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Irritable Bowel Syndrome Hypnosis


Get help for your irritable bowel syndrome today.
Find out how hypnotherapy can help you enjoy food again.

Lee Walker

Clinical Hypnotherapist
NLP Coach

LEARN MORELee Walker NCH HypnotherapistApproved Clinical hypnotherapist Anxiety UK


Answers to frequently asked questions

  • What is a typical hypnotherapy session like?

    Every session is unique and tailored to each person’s individual needs. Sessions are normally one-hour long but are sometimes longer for some issues such as addictions.

    Most people experience hypnosis as a pleasant dream-like state. You become deeply relaxed during hypnosis. This allows you to explore your issues in a new way so you can make positive changes in your life. Hypnosis uses the power of positive suggestions to help change your behaviours, thoughts and feelings.

  • What is hypnotherapy?

    Hypnotherapy uses the power of hypnosis to help you change unwanted behaviours, thoughts and feelings. Hypnosis allows you to use your imagination to experience situations as if you are there and imagine a future as you desire.
    In a state of deep relaxation, you open your mind to new ways of thinking and make positive changes to your life.

  • Will you be able to control my mind?

    No. During hypnosis, you have complete control of your mind and are in complete control.
    During hypnosis, all suggestions are positive and for your benefit. If you did not completely agree with the suggestions then your mind would not accept them.

  • Can everyone be hypnotised?

    Yes. Everyone can be hypnotised if they want to be. If you want to be hypnotised then you can enter hypnosis.

  • Are there any side effects?

    Hypnotherapy is a natural and holistic therapy.
    It is a safe and natural way to use your inner resources to help you reorganise your thoughts and change your behaviours to bring about beneficial change.
    After therapy, most clients state they feel more calm, positive and energised.

  • Will I be asleep during hypnosis?

    No, you are not asleep during hypnosis.
    You are fully aware of what is happening and what is being said during hypnosis. From the outside, you may look like you are asleep because you are deeply relaxed, but hypnosis is not the same as sleep.

  • Do you offer any guarantees?

    No. Unfortunately, I cannot guarantee you will change your unwanted behaviours, thoughts or feelings because there are so many factors that can affect the outcome.


    Therapy is unlikely to be successful if you are not fully committed and work against the process.

* Money back guarantee: If you are not totally satisfied after your first session, get a full refund.