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Resolve your emetophobia completely - with a specialist form of hypnosis and hypnotherapy

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is thought to affect as many as one in five of the population at any one time. Its symptoms can vary from person to person, but typically one or more of the following symptoms may be experienced:

  • 1.Constipation
  • 2.Diarrhoea
  • 3.Bloating (that may subside​ overnight, only to return the next day, and may occur after eating a meal)
  • 4.Flatulence
  • 5.Abdominal pain or cramps
  • May, or may not, be reduced by passing a stool
  • May be specific to the lower right side or tucked up under the right ribs tucked up under leftribs, or if the pain is particularly bad it may move into the left armpit.
  • In women, left sided abdominal pain during sex.
  • Or more generalised pain or cramping.
  • 6.Painful swallowing
  • 7.Noisy gurgling stomach (may be loud enough to cause social embarrassment)
  • 8.Variable, erratic and unpredictable bowel habits
  • 9.Severe short stabbing pains in the rectum
  • 10.Passing urine more often
  • 11.Fatigue
  • 12. Loss of appetite
  • 13.Nausea
  • 14.Depressive symptoms
15.Anxiety and stress-related symptoms, which may interact with the gut symptoms IBS is a condition that is often hidden by the person experiencing its symptoms. The media is certainly trying to move us towards a point where we are more comfortable talking about bloating, stomach cramps, constipation or diarrhoea, however, if you suffer from the condition, you will know how difficult it can be to talk about what can be very embarrassing symptoms. For example, how do you tell the person interviewing you that you are suffering with severe flatulence? How do you explain to the coach driver that you need to stop for the toilet (again, having only been 5 minutes previously)? How do you leave in the middle the funeral to find a toilet? Or how do you tell your new partner that you dare not go on a trip in case you have a bout of IBS? ​If you are someone who suffers with IBS, you will also know only too well that the symptoms can seriously affect and limit your ability to enjoy life to the full. It is the severity and frequency of symptoms that can be most troublesome and intrusive for sufferers and it is a condition that can be notoriously difficult to treat successfully. Despite this, there are many cures and treatments recommended by the ‘experts’ and these include a large number of medications and herbal treatments (e.g. for diarrhoea, constipation, cramps and flatulence or bloating); dietary changes and restrictions; exercises different types of exercise seem to be in vogue at different times (e.g. yoga is currently experiencing an elevated status as the exercise ‘cure’); and lifestyle changes or restrictions. However, the disappointing reality for IBS sufferers is that of the many treatments listed above, which are variable and often disappointing in their treatment outcomes, all aim to treat the symptoms, rather than removing or resolving the root cause of the IBS. This will mean that the person will always likely to have a susceptibility to IBS, the symptoms of which could be moderated with treatments, but that may always return.

This is a condition that appears to affect more women than men and if you are someone who suffers with emetophobia, you will know only too well that the symptoms can seriously affect and limit your ability to enjoy life to the full as this condition can have a very disabling effect on the sufferer. Many sufferers will avoid all places where there is a possibility of themselves, or others, being sick: for example pubs, restaurants, clubbing, eating in front of others. Due to the link between eating and potentially being sick, many sufferers are a little obsessive about what, where and with who they will eat. Many view being sick as 'horrible’, ‘dirty’, ‘yucky' etc, and so it is quite common for emetophobics to also have fears of other situations where they might feel the same way: going to the toilet, urinating in front of others (e.g. at a public urinal - shy bladder), or even just being a little bit sweaty.

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How Analytical Hypnotherapy Can Help

Here at Tees Wellbeing & Hypnotherapy, we realise that when you speak to us it may be the first time you have discussed your fear of being sick. We will help you to feel at ease so that you feel comfortable and free to talk about your symptoms in a safe and friendly environment. We understand how difficult it can be to talk about emetophobia and to seek help, but if you would like to rid yourself of emetophobia and resolve any related emotional issues forever, we are confident that we can help you. Be confident, we have substantial experience of helping people to rid themselves of emetophobia and related symptoms using pure hypnoanalysis and find that symptoms usually disappear within 8 sessions (though sometimes it can take up to 12 sessions to completely resolve issues) I am SO confident about the speed and effectiveness of Hypnoanalysis, that I will NEVER charge you for more than 12 sessions!

What we offer

Obsessesive Symptoms Weight Control Emetopobia Treatment
Stress and Anxiety Self Confidence Sex Problems
Irritable Bowel problems Social Problems Fears and Problems
Compulsive Symptoms Self Confidence Hypnotherapy and Analysis

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