IBS or Irritable Bowel Syndrome is a problem that many people are suffering with in today’s frenetic world. Certain foods can trigger an episode which include alcohol, chocolate, caffeinated drinks such as tea, coffee and cola drinks, biscuits and cookies, crisps and snack foods, foods with a high fat content or fried foods. You may find it useful to keep a food diary to notice which foods are triggeringt an epsisode for you. By listening to this IBS Therapy Mp3 Download on a regular basis for three weeks, you will achieve greater control over your symptoms of IBS.
Symptoms of IBS can include tummy pain, bloating, wind, diarrhoea and constipation.
Diarrhoea is caused by your food passing through your gut too quickly and constipation is when the food passes through too slowly to absorb enough moisture to soften the stool.
Stress is certainly a contributing factor to bouts of IBS. You may be aware of this when you suddenly rush to the toilet when you get exam nerves or you have to pubically speak to an audience. When you are anxious or feeling stressed, there are certain chemical changes within the body that affect your digestion.
Learning to control your reaction to stress is beneficial and this IBS Mp3 will offer you ways to do this, along with feeling calmer in all types of situations.
I have taken specific training to help you overcome the effects of IBS and so you feel much more in control of your life and gain a better quality of life.
If you would like to hear what I sound like as I present the IBS Therapy Mp3 Download to you, please have a listen to this introduction.
This Mp3 will encourage greater confidence and relaxation as the IBS symptoms are eradicated.
All MP3 audio files have been designed and recorded by Diana Luke to aid in over coming your chosen topic. Each file is around 30 minutes in length and has an accompanying relaxing music to help you drift into the magic of hypnosis, allowing Diana to connect with your subcontious mind to sooth and heal.
To gain the best from this product, it is suggested that you listen to it every day for one week and then at least three times a week for the next two weeks.