Incontinence. There, I’ve said it. It’s hard to talk about an overactive bladder, let alone experience it.
Although times have changed from when such things were not discussed, incontinence still remains a bit of a taboo.
For a while now, you have been concerned about a problem you have had with incontinence and this has caused you great embarrassment and inconvenience. You think you’re the only one, but in truth, the loss of bladder control is quite common, especially as women get older.
It may range from dripping, occasionally leaking urine, not only when coughing unexpectedly or heaven forbid, sneezing! Or, having it creep up on you when you are away from home (perhaps standing at the bank machine) and a tidal wave hits and you are trying to be … so still, holding your breath, clenching, unable to move, let alone find a bathroom.
Is there a cure for incontinence, other than medication and invasive surgery? Is there a natural remedy to overcome your urinary incontinence, other than strengthening the pelvic floor muscles? Absolutely!
The British Medical Journal indicated that 86% of women with overactive bladders who participated in a recent study reported that after repeated sessions of hypnotherapy, their symptoms had disappeared completely or considerably improved. In other words, hypnosis was a successful treatment for 86% of the participants in the study.
Hypnosis refers to a natural peaceful, meditative state of focused concentration in which positive suggestions are introduced into your subconscious mind. Within this state, the subconscious mind is easily accessed to directly effect change at a very deep level. This can literally change your thoughts, feelings, perceptions, habits and how you behave and react in any situation.
Learning how to access your own inner healing resources will enable you to find a way of controlling your bladder and begin to heal your body on all levels.
Hypnosis has been shown to be safe, gentle and effective. From day one, you will experience lasting, positive changes in your stress and your confidence. Your mind will become calmer and clearer, you will feel happier and healthier, releasing stress and anxiety and restoring confidence in yourself and in control of your bladder.
To learn more about how hypnosis might help you, schedule a complimentary consultation or an appointment with Master Hypnotist, Mary McCandless at www.masterhealer.ca, (905) 377-8585 or at email@example.com.
Mary McCandless is a Master Healer and an NGH Certified Master Hypnotist/NLP & Certified Hypnosis Instructor residing in Ontario.