IBS HelpHypnosis help for IBS  (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) is here at Seattle Hypnosis with Roger Moore. Over the years at my Seattle hypnosis and Bainbridge Island hypnosis offices I have worked with many people who suffer with IBS.

If you suffer with IBS, Hypnosis help is just a phone call or email away.

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I was all excited when I came across this article in the BBC News:

Hypnotherapy ‘Can Help’ irritable bowel syndrome. Greater use of hypnotherapy to ease the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome would help sufferers and might save money, says a gastroenterologist. Dr Roland Valori, editor of Frontline Gastroenterology, said of the first 100 of his patients treated, symptoms improved significantly for nine in 10.

He said that although previous research has shown hypnotherapy is effective for IBS sufferers, it is not widely used. “It is pretty clear to me that it has an amazing effect,” he said.

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a common gut problem which can cause abdominal pain, bloating, and sometimes diarrhea or constipation. Read Hypnotherapy ‘Can Help’ irritable bowel syndrome.

When I began my research on IBS and hypnosis I discovered that my good friend Melissa Roth had developed a hypnotherapy protocol for irritable bowel syndrome. I studied with her and became certified to use her IBS program. Today, I am thrilled to say that 80% to 85% of my clients who use hypnosis for irritable bowel syndrome experience relief from their symptoms.

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(Originally posted March 29, 2010)