Are your IBS symptoms interfering with your daily living?
Hypnotherapy has been proven to reduce symptoms in a remarkable 80% of cases, and the improvements last for years.
The research evidence to support this is so dramatic and so overwhelming that Adriane Fugh-Berman, MD, chair of the National Women's Health Network in Washington, D.C., says that hypnosis should be the treatment of choice for severe cases of IBS.
Medically, the causes of IBS are unknown, so traditional treatment, which is effective only about 25% of the time, consists of fiber therapy, antispasmodic medications and antidepressants. In these cases, antidepressants function on the nervous system of the gut to reduce its sensitivity to pain and other sensations rather than acting as emotional antidepressants.
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