Hypnotherapy is a therapeutic tool used to treat a number of common ailments such as anxiety, pain, post-traumatic stress disorder and insomnia. Only recently, gaining momentum as a treatment mechanism for people with Irritable Bowel Syndrome. —
Hypnosis is as old as medicine, however its scientific history began in the latter part of the 18th century until English Physician James Braid studied the phenomenon and coined the term we use today, after the god of sleep, Hypnos.
Hypnosis works by inducing a state of “trance” which is a state of intense concentration or focused attention. Unlike stage hypnosis (which I’m sure you’ve all seen), you’re fully aware of what’s going on and in total control of your body. Studies show that the two areas of the brain that are responsible for processing and controlling what’s going on in your body show greater activity during hypnosis, which is why it works well as a treatment tool for people suffering from IBS.
The main cause of true IBS is still argued over today, but the most widely accepted theory is that it is a dysfunction in your brain-gut axis, which includes a breakdown in communication between the brain and the gut or an overly “hyper-sensitive” GI tract.
“Hypnotherapy repairs this dysfunction and as a result significantly reduces IBS symptoms, in some cases, people see a 90% reduction in their symptoms which lasts for several years“ says clinical hypnotherapist and strategic psychotherapist Anthony Ehsani. His new book “IBS: What they don’t tell you” contains eye-opening revelations about IBS and information that have hitherto remained hidden to millions of people world. The book offers clinically proven tips to reduce IBS symptoms without daily medications or dietary modifications. To download your copy, head to www.theibsbook.com
For more information about Anthony Ehsani and the strategies developed to help people overcome IBS, visit - www.anthonyehsani.com.
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