Ease Your IBS Symptoms
So you want to ease IBS symptoms…. right?
But modern medicine doesn’t seem to have a definitive answer. It’s not there is a specific medicine that cures IBS. As a matter of fact, may diagnoses of IBS are essentially a diagnosis of last resort. In other words, the doctor can’t definitely diagnose you, so you are told it’s probably IBS. So is there another answer? I believe there is.
Can IBS Cause Nausea
In an article on the website aboutibs.org they state that
Nausea is a common symptom reported by patients with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). In one of our studies conducted at UCLA, we found that about 4 out of 10 women (38%) with IBS, and nearly 3 out of 10 men (27%) with IBS report nausea. Nausea may be due to several causes…..
Other IBS symptoms can include gas, painful cramping, the constant threat of diarrhoea, acid reflux and even migraines in some cases. While these may be direct symptoms of IBS, they may also co-exist and not be directly caused by it.
IBS And Back Pain
If you have IBS and you also have back pain, you may have wondered if they could be linked. The answer is maybe. You should never assume that one is caused by the other and, of course should always consult a doctor about your back pain in case it is completely unrelated.
However, in many cases, people exhibit symptoms that seem on the surface to have very little to do with IBS. You may have found that your sleep is disturbed. Some people have complained of needing to urinate more frequently.
There are incidences of increased frequency or severity of headaches, up to and including migraines. It has even been found that pain in your jaw can be linked to IBS.
IBS And Pregnancy
There are very few studies in this are. Anecdotal evidence would seem to suggest that for a lot of women, their IBS actually improves during pregnancy. It has been suggested that your thinking style has a major impact on whether that could be true for you too. So, to put it simply, if you are a worrier or overthinker and you are now stressing about being pregnant or giving birth, it is more likely that your symptoms will be get worse. If you relax while pregnant and really feel the joy of it, your symptoms can improve.
One question that many pregnant women wonder about is “will my IBS affect my baby?”. Once again, there is very little factual evidence to support that idea, which I believe is a good thing. I think that if there was a problem, we’d know about it by now. Studies are generally centred on problems and if there have been very few (if any) studies on this area, then it is a reasonably good assumption that there probably is no problem.
Hypnosis For IBS
Many IBS sufferers would say that they are constantly stressed about the condition. You may already be aware of this but stress contributes to the problem. So, it’s like a vicious cycle. Your IBS causes stress and the stress in turn, causes IBS.
There is a way to break this cycle. This powerful self hypnosis audio can help you to change how your unconscious mind interprets the signals and sensations from your body. You can learn control over your gut sensations and learn how to relax that part of your body. You’ll learn to have positive expectations about social situations.
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And in case you’ve never listened to a self hypnosis audio before and you’d like to find out how to do that why not have a look at this blog post which will teach you what you need to know – How Do I Listen To A Self Hypnosis Audio?