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Your gut and brain have a direct line of communication, often referred to as the "gut-brain axis". This means that mental stress can influence gut function, and vice versa.
Our guided audio sessions lead you into a profound state of relaxation, aiming to calm the nervous system and reduce stress, a known aggravator of IBS symptoms.
In this relaxed state, the recording introduces positive affirmations and imagery focused on promoting gastrointestinal comfort and balance.
With regular listening, the goal is to train your mind to manage and even alleviate some gastrointestinal symptoms, fostering a harmonious mind-gut relationship.
Thetabloom offers a scientifically-backed approach that's both natural and personalised. Gut-directed hypnotherapy, proven in studies to improve gastrointestinal symptoms in up to 80% of IBS patients, addresses the miscommunication between your brain and gut, fostering a harmonised connection. Dive into a world of relaxation, imagery, and suggestion, and witness the transformative effects on IBS symptoms.
Rooted in research, hypnotherapy improves gastrointestinal symptoms in most IBS patients.
Multiple studies have shown symptom improvements in people with IBS by 70-80%.
A non-invasive solution, harnessing your body's inherent ability to find balance and well-being.
Every individual is unique. Our sessions are crafted keeping your specific symptoms in mind.
Gut-directed hypnotherapy is a specialised form of hypnosis tailored to address gastrointestinal disorders, particularly IBS. This therapeutic approach focuses on the gut-brain connection, aiming to alleviate both physical and psychological symptoms. During sessions, individuals are guided into a deep state of relaxation and then presented with positive suggestions and imagery to promote gut comfort and normal function.
Hypnotherapy taps into the mind-gut connection. Studies suggest that IBS may be linked to a heightened sensitivity and miscommunication between the brain and the gut. Hypnotherapy helps to modulate this sensitivity and improve communication pathways, potentially reducing flare-ups and alleviating symptoms. Additionally, by addressing anxiety and stress -- common triggers for IBS -- hypnotherapy can indirectly help manage symptoms.
Yes, numerous studies and clinical trials have indicated that gut-directed hypnotherapy can be an effective treatment for IBS. Research suggests that hypnotherapy can significantly reduce the severity of IBS symptoms, improve quality of life, and may have long-term benefits. Thetabloom is based on the Manchester Protocol, which has demonstrated consistent positive outcomes for IBS patients using hypnotherapy.
Hypnotherapy is generally considered safe and non-invasive. Most people experience no side effects. Some individuals might feel a bit disoriented or drowsy immediately after a session, but this feeling typically passes quickly.
Absolutely. During hypnotherapy, you remain fully conscious and aware of your surroundings. It's a state of focused relaxation where you're more open to positive suggestions. You will always have control and can choose to end the session anytime you feel uncomfortable.
The response to hypnotherapy can vary between individuals. Some may notice improvements after just a few sessions, while others might require more extended therapy to see tangible benefits. Consistency and a positive approach can often accelerate the benefits. It's also essential to remember that hypnotherapy is more about progress than instant results.
Hypnotherapy is not a replacement for traditional IBS treatments or medications, but it can be used as a complementary approach to treating IBS. Hypnotherapy has been shown to have beneficial effects for IBS symptoms, and it has been reported to be superior to usual medical management for abdominal pain and primary IBS symptoms in patients who failed standard medical therapy.
Meditation focuses on mindfulness and awareness, often used for clarity and stress reduction. Relaxation technques, like deep breathing, directly target physical or mental stress. Hypnotherapy, on the other hand, involves deep relaxation with positive suggestions tailored to address specific issues, such as IBS. While all offer stress relief, hypnotherapy is more goal-oriented.
The longevity of hypnotherapy's effects can vary between individuals. Many people experience prolonged relief from symptoms after completing a series of sessions. Some studies have shown that the benefits of hypnotherapy for IBS can last for years. However, periodic booster sessions or practicing self-hypnosis can help maintain the benefits and further reinforce the positive changes.