Irritable Bowel Syndrome: Information, tips and help in Berlin & onlineHypnotherapy and Hypnobalancing™ in Berlin
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Irritable bowel syndrome is a very common functional disorder of the gastrointestinal system. Irritable bowel syndrome is thought to be due to changes in the way the gut functions, but is not associated with any observable structural changes to the gut. It is a disorder that comes and goes.
Nerves that control the muscles in the functional gastrointestinal tract are too active. The functional gastrointestinal tract becomes sensitive to food, stool, gas, and stress. This causes abdominal pain, bloating, and constipation or diarrhea.
The Irritable bowel syndrome is also called spastic colon or mucous colitis.
It is important to see a medical doctor for a thorough check before you make an appointment for psychotherapy. Although there is no cure for the Irritable bowel syndrome, there are things that can help.
Hypnotherapy can help the client an individual to learn relaxation techniques and new ways to manage stress. As our state of mind can have an impact on our physical well-being, the tension, stress and anxiety that living with Irritable bowel syndrome can cause, may undermine our immune system and actually further compromise our health. Therefore, learning how to deeply relax and manage stress become useful tools. Hypnosis can also promote positive thinking and coping strategies by accessing the unconscious mind in a deep state of trance.
Before contacting me, please read the detailed information on fees, booking, contraindications of hypnotherapy, and the answers to other common questions (FAQ). I would be happy to discuss your specific needs with you in a free preliminary telephone consultation.
These pages are intended to provide information to those interested in psychotherapy with hypnotherapy. They are neither intended to replace psychotherapy nor a personal consultation, examination, or diagnosis by a licensed physician. I am not a medical doctor. I am specialized to help people with fears and anxiety disorders. The profession of a hypnotherapist (official permission to practice psychotherapy according to the HPG) is fundamentally different from the practice of a medical doctor. Medical diagnoses are not made, nor are promises of healing made or medications prescribed. A medical or psychiatric intervention, if necessary, is not to be replaced by hypnotherapeutic treatment under any circumstances.
If you have questions about psychotherapy with hypnosis, please do not hesitate to contact me. I am happy to inform you.