Chronic Pain and IBS

Chronic Pain

Pain has a purpose when it relates to a new injury or problem. It gives us the urgency to deal with an issue, relevant to how much of a problem it is. However, once we have had a proper medical diagnosis and the tissues are healed, or will never heal, and no more can be done except pain relief, that's when OldPain2Go can help - even when nothing else can!

Our bodies are miracles of nature and in most cases they heal themselves with no conscious input from us. It is this aspect of the mind that OldPain2Go taps into. OldPain2Go does it in a totally unique way - it gets the unconscious and conscious aspects to talk to each other with the practitioner as an intermediary. This is not like anything else and all a qualified practitioner needs to do is talk to you - it is not hypnosis - no trance is needed.  It is a simple methodology based on how the brain processes things, so whilst we all store different information in our head we do tend to process things in the same way as everyone else.

When we continue in pain, long after the initial warning it gave is unnecessary, then all we need to do is change that old, useless out of date program. This can be done at the level of the unconscious and I will guide you each step of the way to get you as pain free as is possible.

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IBS

People suffering from Irritable Bowel Syndrome often have an  increase in negative moods.  These psychological factors may be a cause of symptoms or a result of years of disrupted life activities and frequent periods of painful symptoms.

Anxiety may be related to specific events and sensations such as meals, abdominal pain, or diarrhea.  This can result in increased worry about the sensations, hyper-vigilance of symptoms and avoidance of any situation that they associate with the symptoms.  As a result life becomes more limited as they stick to safe places and activities which can result in increasing and pronging the anxiety.

There is now positive research to show Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and hypnosis, can have very a beneficial impact on IBS.

CBT for IBS

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy helps clients change their habitual thoughts, feelings, and behaviours that have contributed to stress and negative moods by applying a structured approach of exercises. 

Hypnosis for IBS

Hypnotherapy uses relaxation techniques and suggestion to help reduce symptoms and create helpful coping strategies.

For more about hypnotherapy see http://hypnotherapykingston.com

EXAM CONFIDENCE: "I was really impressed by Nicola's therapy sessions, as she is really understanding, non-judgmental and friendly in approach, and provides skills and relaxation strategies to help to cope with stress and life events which can be adapted to many different situations" Caroline D