Hypnotherapy for IBS, IBD, Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis & other digestive disorders
How we can help you heal digestive / gut disorders with hypnosis
We see countless clients with digestive disorders, particularly those coming in for Hypnotherapy for IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome).
Our aim is to help you manage your symptoms, and where possible heal them naturally!
Digestive Disorders affect the gastrointestinal tract (GI), the long muscular tube that begins in the mouth and ends in the anus that is highly reactive in some people. Irritation and/or inflammation can occur in different parts of the GI tract, and may be diagnosed as reflux, acid reflux, heartburn, gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) or gastro oesophageal reflux disease (GORD), diverticulitis, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), IBS with constipation, IBS with diarrhoea or a mix of both. Food intolerances, such as lactose intolerance, can also cause digestive disorders. Then there are those that are classified as autoimmune conditions, such as Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis (both classified as Inflammatory Bowel Disease or IBD), and celiac / coeliac disease.
The physical symptoms that most IBS hypnosis clients report are: abdominal pain, diarrhoea, constipation, bloating, nausea and/or vomiting. Often the physical discomfort is accompanied by psychological discomfort – anxiety, fear and sometimes panic regarding making it to the bathroom in time, location of bathrooms in new situations, worry about physical appearance, gurgling sounds, bad breath, gas, managing pain, etc.
The good news is that as stress plays a major role in many digestive disorders, deep relaxation is beneficial, and paired with targeted hypnotherapy for IBS / hypnotherapy for IBD is extremely effective in reducing symptoms and healing the digestive tract.
So how can we help? I’m glad you asked!
Whether your digestive disorder is stress related, due to food intolerance or autoimmune we can help you on the road to recovery with gut hypnotherapy / gut hypnosis.
Through hypnotherapeutic counselling we take a comprehensive history and identify key areas to focus on with hypnosis for IBS for you to be symptom free. These encompass old beliefs that no longer serve you, as well as thought patterns, feelings and self-talk.
And just like no two Hypnotherapists were made equal, no two digestive disorders are the same, though the symptoms may appear identical, what is driving them are going to be entirely different because your life experience is unique.
So how do we resolve your issues? Easily and effectively!
We take you into hypnosis and use various techniques to unlock and resolve as necessary, build and reinforce coping strategies, self-esteem, positivity, optimism and seal the deal with a zen-like calm. In addition, we focus on healing and restoring optimal functioning of the gastrointestinal tract and digestive system, so that the body and mind establish healthier ways of being, naturally.
Every hypnosis for IBS client is different and every session will be unique, depending on the goal and techniques used. We have been described as the ‘mixed martial arts’ of therapy! See Unique Approach.
What does your digestive disorder cost you?
Does it hold you back from advancing in your career? Can you put a monetary value on that?
Do you invest time and energy in avoiding situations, or concealing it?
Does it inhibit you in your everyday relationships?
Do you neglect yourself, family and/or friends because of it?
What is the cost and impact on your health? On your physical appearance?
What is the cost and impact on your sense of self-worth and wellbeing?
What is the cost and impact on your ability to perform at work? At home?
What is the cost and impact on your relationships?
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