Hypnosis: Treat Ulcerative Colitis
Constant flatulence, severe abdominal pain, and excruciating constipation, some people’s gastrointestinal tracts are in turmoil. Your quality of life suffers the longer the condition lasts.
Those affected can be checked out by a doctor. But sometimes the examinations do not produce any organic findings for the symptoms. Then the diagnosis is usually “irritable bowel syndrome”. What helps in such cases is intestinal hypnosis.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome – How Gut Hypnosis Helps
According to the German Society for Gastroenterology, Digestive and Metabolic Diseases (DGVS), between four and ten percent of Germans are affected. It is often factors such as psychological stress in the form of conflicts in the private or professional sphere, trauma, or stress that have a negative impact on the gastrointestinal tract.
Hypnosis works on the faulty connection between the brain and intestines and gradually puts everything back on the right track. Intestinal hypnosis therapy (Hypnosetherapie) is currently the only known therapy that not only addresses the symptoms but also addresses the causes.
Therapists specializing in intestinal hypnosis
It can make sense to have a specialist therapist guide you through gut hypnosis. It is about therapeutically working through possible trauma, abuse, loss of close relatives, stress, and current conflicts and also using suggestions to bring the gastrointestinal tract into balance. In such a case, a session with a therapist takes place about every 2-3 weeks.
If necessary, the patients practice specified exercises at home after the treatment. This is where self-hypnosis comes in, which a well-trained hypnotist can quickly teach you. Audio hypnosis, which you can either get from your therapist or find on the Internet after consultation with your therapist, can also help. The most successful is audio hypnosis, which is recorded directly by your therapist and created especially for you. This is a little more complex, but the most effective.
Treating irritable bowel syndrome with gut hypnosis
The effectiveness of gut hypnosis has been tested in numerous studies. However, it is important that the patients actively participate and are willing to engage in hypnosis. However, if someone thinks this is hocus-pocus, then there is no help for him or her.
Intestinal hypnosis is a serious therapy for irritable bowel syndrome. When people close themselves off to hypnosis, it is unfortunate. Because the most effective way to treat irritable bowel syndrome is intestinal hypnosis together with a change in diet and stress reduction.