IBS can be treated effectively
Irritable Bowel Syndrome is a very common problems and it can make your life a misery. Conventional sources estimate that around 20% of people in the UK have IBS (the real figure could be much higher), but that only about 7% ask their GP for help with the symptoms (1). However, research shows that acupuncture is more effective than conventional treatment for IBS (2) and is 70% more effective than control and with benefits that persist for 12 months after treatment (3, 4). The type of relaxation exercises used by Thrive have also been demonstrated to be effective for IBS (5, 6).
How can you help me?
The IBS Be-Gone Programme at Thrive
A highly successful, natural and safe programme of treatment and lifestyle modification to help you be free of your IBS forever.
Mainstream treatments are not very helpful for the main symptoms of IBS, such as abdominal pain (which can be excruciating), bloating and variable bowels movements. At best symptom relief can be offered, and although this may be welcome at the time this will not stop the problem happening again. Some people are embarrassed by their symptoms or do not feel their GP will take their ‘just a bloated tummy’ seriously, and many people are told ‘it is all in your mind’ and leave unsatisfied.
On the other hand, Stefan Chmelik, Parmjit Sandhu and the Thrive team have helped a great many people become symptom free and able to lead normal lives again. A full assessment will always be given to check the diagnosis is correct, and we can offer you any test that is needed.
What do you need to do now?:
Natural Treatment of IBS
Irritable Bowel Syndrome is particularly suited to treatment using natural and safe approaches including acupuncture, relaxation techniques, dietary therapy, herbal medicine, breathing training and massage. Parmjit works with each person to fully understand how they tick, and then creates an individual treatment programme that will start to alter this life-changing condition straight away.
Here at Thrive Health we employ a multi faceted approach (including Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine, Dietary advice, Breath Coaching, Meditation) which has its roots in Traditional Medicine but we also utilise modern day scientifically backed modalities (eg. cutting edge Nutrition and Supplements).
Under our care we find people respond extremely well to the course we offer at Thrive, and also subsequent to treatment, they are armed and equipped with tools (eg. Diet, Breathing, Meditation) which they can take forward to maintain vibrant Health and Wellness.
6. A Mindfulness Program: Effect on Gastrointestinal Symptoms : Abstract and Introduction. www.medscape.com