Hypnotherapy can help IBS suffers

See the link below from NHS.
Psychological treatments
If your IBS symptoms are still troublesome after 12 months of treatment, your GP may refer you for a type of therapy known as a psychological intervention.
There are several different types (detailed below), which all work by teaching you techniques to help you control your condition better. The availability of psychological interventions on the NHS may vary from region to region.
Hypnotherapy has been shown to help some people with IBS to reduce their symptoms of pain and discomfort.
Hypnosis is used to change your unconscious mind’s attitude towards your symptoms.
You can have hypnotherapy as an outpatient in some NHS hospital pain clinics, or you can learn self-hypnosis techniques to do at home.
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