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my doctor wants to get me hypnotised

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Has anyone ever been hypnotised ?

I always thought hyonisis didn't work but my doctor has referred me to a specialist hypnotist in a hospital 

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Keep an open mind and forget all the stage show nonsense you have ever seen. When done by a clinician it can work wonders. But it's a bit like aas in that your expectations for the outcome matter. No magic bullet.

For what reason has he asked you to do it, if you don't mind?

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Just now, UK2USA said:

Keep an open mind and forget all the stage show nonsense you have ever seen. When done by a clinician it can work wonders. But it's a bit like aas in that your expectations for the outcome matter. No magic bullet.

For what reason has he asked you to do it, if you don't mind?

I have irritable bowel syndrome he has explained to me the brain to gut connection and thinks I'm a very good candidate for hypnotism 

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Just go in with an open mind. To get any benefit from this type of therapy you've got to believe that it may be of help to you. If you go in with a "this is a complete load of horsesh1t" attitude then you're wasting your time.

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18 minutes ago, big vin said:

I have irritable bowel syndrome he has explained to me the brain to gut connection and thinks I'm a very good candidate for hypnotism 

Not seen it used for that but can't see why not. Biofeedback is often used to learn greater control over bodily functions also.

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44 minutes ago, big vin said:

Has anyone ever been hypnotised ?

I always thought hyonisis didn't work but my doctor has referred me to a specialist hypnotist in a hospital 

Witch doctor, is it?

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Just now, UK2USA said:

Not seen it used for that but can't see why not. Biofeedback is often used to learn greater control over bodily functions also.

Well I have Google it and it sounds very promising from clinical trials done .It was my consultant gastroentologist who has referred me 

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Just now, DappaDonDave said:

Witch doctor, is it?

It's my consultant gastroentologist 

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Just now, big vin said:

Well I have Google it and it sounds very promising from clinical trials done .It was my consultant gastroentologist who has referred me 

Awesome, good luck with it bro.

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Just now, UK2USA said:

Awesome, good luck with it bro.

Might be some time though nhs funding 

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50 minutes ago, big vin said:

I don't see what he done ?

Multi-levelled mate. Too much to explain. 

One day, walking along, almost shitting your kegs with IBS, the penny and the load will drop.

'til that day, you're missing out.

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Just now, iSnatchUrSquat said:

is it cheap?

if yes go for it

give it a try

It's on the nhs

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Research pioneered by Professor Whorwell, a gastroenterologist at Wymthenshawe Hospital, shows that hypnotherapy can make significant contribution to the treatment of IBS. Whorwell began investigating the application of hypnotherapy for management of IBS in the 1980s and his research shows that over 60% of IBS sufferers who undertake hypnotherapy see long term improvement, or complete disappearance of symptoms, often with no recurrence.

 

Hypnotherapy is now acknowledged within the wider medical profession as an evidenced-based therapy that can help reduce the symptoms of IBS, and sometimes alleviate those symptoms entirely. The National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) also lists hypnotherapy as one of the treatments to help with IBS.

 

We know that IBS can be exacerbated by anxiety or stress, and that the subsequent worry about the IBS can perpetuate the effects. Hypnotherapy can get to the root of the problem, giving you the tools to manage any stress that may be making the IBS worse, and by using positive suggestion increase your confidence in your well-being to reduce sensitivity in your gut.

 

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Just now, UK2USA said:

Awesome, good luck with it bro.

Research pioneered by Professor Whorwell, a gastroenterologist at Wymthenshawe Hospital, shows that hypnotherapy can make significant contribution to the treatment of IBS. Whorwell began investigating the application of hypnotherapy for management of IBS in the 1980s and his research shows that over 60% of IBS sufferers who undertake hypnotherapy see long term improvement, or complete disappearance of symptoms, often with no recurrence.

 

Hypnotherapy is now acknowledged within the wider medical profession as an evidenced-based therapy that can help reduce the symptoms of IBS, and sometimes alleviate those symptoms entirely. The National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) also lists hypnotherapy as one of the treatments to help with IBS.

 

We know that IBS can be exacerbated by anxiety or stress, and that the subsequent worry about the IBS can perpetuate the effects. Hypnotherapy can get to the root of the problem, giving you the tools to manage any stress that may be making the IBS worse, and by using positive suggestion increase your confidence in your well-being to reduce sensitivity in your gut.

 

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Just now, UK2USA said:

Not seen it used for that but can't see why not. Biofeedback is often used to learn greater control over bodily functions also.

Research pioneered by Professor Whorwell, a gastroenterologist at Wymthenshawe Hospital, shows that hypnotherapy can make significant contribution to the treatment of IBS. Whorwell began investigating the application of hypnotherapy for management of IBS in the 1980s and his research shows that over 60% of IBS sufferers who undertake hypnotherapy see long term improvement, or complete disappearance of symptoms, often with no recurrence.

 

Hypnotherapy is now acknowledged within the wider medical profession as an evidenced-based therapy that can help reduce the symptoms of IBS, and sometimes alleviate those symptoms entirely. The National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) also lists hypnotherapy as one of the treatments to help with IBS.

 

We know that IBS can be exacerbated by anxiety or stress, and that the subsequent worry about the IBS can perpetuate the effects. Hypnotherapy can get to the root of the problem, giving you the tools to manage any stress that may be making the IBS worse, and by using positive suggestion increase your confidence in your well-being to reduce sensitivity in your gut.

 

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2 hours ago, 0161M said:

A common side effect of being hynotised is a sore bum

So once he brings you back to consciousness, dont worry about it 

Open mind remember

selotape on the arse is required so at least if hairs have been pulled you know you've defo been bummed.

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3 hours ago, 0161M said:

A common side effect of being hynotised is a sore bum

So once he brings you back to consciousness, dont worry about it 

Open mind remember

Open mind, open anus.

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3 hours ago, big vin said:

I don't see what he done ?

witch doctor, is it?  read that again 

witch
wɪtʃ/
noun
 
  1. 1
    a woman thought to have magic powers, especially evil ones, popularly depicted as wearing a black cloak and pointed hat and flying on a broomstick.

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