"Stress" is described as normal responses in the body that are required for health and survival.
Understanding the responses between mind and body during stressful periods may provide insight in to the underlying cause of IBS.
Stress can arise from a perceived or actual event that disrupts the balance between mind, brain, and body.
Stress can occur with or without having conscious feelings of anxiety or distress.
To understand IBS it's important to recognize that this condition can be manifested in a response to internal and/or external stressors.
Stress is NOT something that happens to us.
It is our RESPONSE to what is happening or what has happened.
We can CHOOSE how to respond at any moment.
I am a specialist consultant in Clinical and Analytical Hypnotherapy and a Master NLP Practitioner based in Largs, North Ayrshire on the West coast of Scotland since 1999.