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Chronic Irritable Bowel Syndrome IBS Hypnotherapy

Irritable bowel syndrome is a common digestive complaint. IBS affects some people and not others. While symptoms vary, they usually include diarrhoea, constipation and bloating. Common triggers include stress or disruption to the good bacteria in your gut.

Irritable Bowel Syndrome is a cause of discomfort and stress but it does not cause permanent damage to the gut or serious illnesses, most people with IBS can keep symptoms under control by following a proper diet and learning to manage stress. Once diagnosed, several things can be done to help relieve the symptoms.

Firstly the severity of symptoms is acknowledged to be highly reactive to stress. The known and accepted antidote to stress is deep and regular relaxation, as can be experienced in hypnosis.

Secondly, diet changes – experimenting with foods that you tolerate better. Fatty food, dairy products such as cheese, alcohol, drinks containing caffeine, etc can cause the symptoms to be more acute.


Practical advice, healthy eating tips and changes to help ease some common health complaints.

Reduction in coffee and energy drinks, as this will help to reduce stress levels. Drink plenty of fluids, e.g. water, non-alcoholic drinks, fruit juice, vegetable juice and smoothies. Eat more lean meat. Fish is a good source of protein and contains many vitamins and minerals. Eggs, milk, yoghurt and cheese are good to eat too.

Besides, a sauna is a good source of relaxation that relieves stress, flushes toxins out of the body, increases circulation and helps to reduce muscle soreness and ease arthritic pain.

An important factor: a high intake of salt can harm your blood pressure. Research shows people with high blood pressure are more likely to develop heart disease or have a stroke. Irritable bowel syndrome is a common digestive complaint. IBS affects some people and not others. While symptoms vary, they usually include diarrhoea, constipation and bloating. Common triggers include stress or disruption to the good bacteria in your gut.








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