Long term benefits of hypnotherapy for irritable bowel syndrome
- Hypnotherapy in irritable bowel syndrome: a large-scale audit of a clinical service with examination of factors influencing responsiveness. Gonsalkorale, Wendy M.; Houghton, Lesley A.; Whorwell, Peter J. // American Journal of Gastroenterology;Apr2002, Vol. 97 Issue 4, p954
OBJECTIVES: Hypnotherapy has been shown to be effective in the treatment of irritable bowel syndrome in a number of previous research studies. This has led to the establishment of the first unit in the United Kingdom staffed by six therapists that provides this treatment as a clinical...
- Clinical Hypnotherapy for Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Mahoney, Michael // Positive Health;May2002, Issue 76, p28
Presents a study on the effectiveness of clinical hypnotherapy in treating irritable bowel syndrome in Great Britain. Effects of hypnotherapy on the digestive system; Symptoms of IBS; Discussions on relaxation, suggestibility and imagery enhanced by hypnosis.
- Hypnotherapy Good for Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Spencer-Beacham, Anne H. // Subconsciously Speaking;Nov2002-Feb2003, Vol. 17-18 Issue 6-1, p3
Comments on study findings on the effectiveness of hypnosis therapy in treating irritable bowel syndrome. Previous studies with similar findings; Details of the study.
- You're getting very, very healthy. // Self;Sep2002, Vol. 24 Issue 9, p112
Reports on findings of a study, published in the 'American Journal of Gastroenterology,' which showed that hypnotherapy can treat irritable bowel syndrome.
- Diet to Quiet the Bowels. Scheiman, Susan // Saturday Evening Post;Apr86, Vol. 258 Issue 3, p109
Presents a letter to the "Medical Mailbox" column of the magazine in response to the article about irritable-bowel research diet.
- DECODING TUMMY TROUBLES. Greenberger, Phyllis // Shape;Feb2010, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p87
The article discusses the symptoms and common treatments for irritable bowel syndrome.
- General practitioners believe that hypnotherapy could be a useful treatment for irritable bowel syndrome in primary care. Cox, Stephen; De Lusignan, Simon; Chan, Tom // BMC Family Practice;2004, Vol. 5, p22
Background: Irritable bowel syndrome is a common condition in general practice. It occurs in 10 to 20% of the population, but less than half seek medical assistance with the complaint. Methods: A questionnaire was sent to the 406 GPs listed on the West Sussex Health Authority Medical List to...
- Some soothing solutions for an irritating bowel problem. // Environmental Nutrition;Feb99, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p7
Answers a question on how to prevent irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Functional disorder triggered by psychological factors and stress; Symptoms; Importance to avoid foods that cause IBS; Worsening of women's symptoms around menstruation.
- A Patient Questionnaire to Identify Bowel Disease. Talley, Nicholas J.; Phillips, S.F.; Melton III, Joseph; Wiltgen, Christine; Zinsmeister, Alan R. // Annals of Internal Medicine;10/15/89, Vol. 111 Issue 8, p671
Provides information a questionnaire designed for the diagnosis of bowel disease. Signs and symptoms of bowel disease; Differential diagnosis; Computational analysis of the probability of a subject having functional bowel disease.