Gain Freedom from IBS Symptoms
Take control of your IBS and and claim back your life.
The effective way to manage you symptoms and experience lasting long term relief.
Wherever you are in the world we can help.
We offer online IBS Hypnotherapy sessions.
HYPNOTHERAPY IS AN EFFICIENT AND VERY EFFECTIVE WAY TO TREAT IBS
For people with gastrointestinal conditions such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), everyday life brings many challenges. In addition to managing physical symptoms, the discomfort, uncertainty and inconvenience of living with IBS can take an emotional toll, negatively impacting mental health and quality of life.
Research has found that hypnotherapy, used alongside standard medical treatement can contribute to improving the quality of life for IBS sufferers. Success rates of 60-80% for reduction in symptoms are common. As an added bonus, there are no known side effects gut-directed hypnotherapy, unlike medicinal based treatments.
The Hypno4IBS Programme
The Hypno4IBS Programme is based on an award winning IBS Hypnotherapy Programme and includes a number of techniques designed to help you deal with the uncontrollable and unpredictable aspects of your IBS condition.
The Hypno4IBS programme comprises 4 face to face sessions either in person or via Skype supported by a series of individually tailored hpnosis recordings.
It includes relaxation and stress management techniques you can apply on your own to manage everyday stressors. Putting these self-management strategies into practice can create long term change, without the need to seek treatment indefinitely.
This life changing programme is delivered by clinical hypnotherapist and life coach Tony Yuile. Tony is an expert in the field of hypnotherapy, anxiety and stress management.
Free Discovery Consultation
To explore whether this is the solution you've been looking for, book a free, no-obligation 30 minute discovery consultation with Tony. Book here.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
WHAT IS IBS?
IBS is one of the most prevalent gastroenterological disorders. It’s a chronic, relapsing and often life‑long disorder that is believed to strike between 10% and 20% of people according to global estimates with a large percentage of sufferers undiagnosed.
WHO DOES IT AFFECT?
IBS can affect people of any age. But it seems to be more common in young people between the ages of 20 and 30 years.
Women are most commonly affected, with 60 percent of IBS sufferers female, compared to 40 percent male.
It is characterized by abdominal pain, cramping, diarrhea, constipation, bloating and flatulence.
Symptoms sometimes overlap with other gastrointestinal disorders such as non‑ulcer dyspepsia or coeliac disease.
Most people with IBS experience symptoms that are relatively short‑lived or that only trouble them on an intermittent basis. Some people, however, develop chronic and severe symptom that markedly reduce the quality of life.
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