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Has anyone had success with yoga, meditation, stomach massage, reiki, acupuncture or other complimentary therapies?

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    All of the above, actually. I find that these types of treatments add to, for me, a necessary holistic approach to managing the IBS. They act as extra support for the most part, but meditation and yoga are a core component of my wellness regime. If you haven't tried any of them, give them a try. At very least, you will get a good bit of stress relief. Thank you for your question and I hope you are well today. -Todd, Team

    1. Todd thank you for your quick response. I will do so! Have a great weekend and feel good!
      ( Penny)

      1. I have had some success with yoga meditation and accupuncture which was the best. Problem was it was getting expensive since my insurance would not pay. I am presently involved with hypnotherapy and beginning with a nutritionist (which I really wish I had done earlier) we will see.

        1. Where do you find hypnotherapy? I assume this is gut hypnotherapy. Not sure where to look, we are in East Ontario.

        2. I have never tried in-person hypnotherapy, but I did the Nerva program before (I shared my experience here: and found it helpful. Karina (team member)

      2. Thank you for your response. I wish you luck with your new course of treatment!

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