If you suffer from Irritable Bowel Syndrome, you know just how much of an impact IBS has had on you. Have you cut back on your hobbies? Do you see less of your friends? Do you constantly worry about how IBS symptoms might affect your daily activities? If so, ‘Better Living with IBS’ can give you back the life you long for!Structured in a clear, easy-to-use workbook format,If you suffer from Irritable Bowel Syndrome, you know just how much of an impact IBS has had on you. Have you cut back on your hobbies? Do you see less of your friends? Do you constantly worry about how IBS symptoms might affect your daily activities? If so, ‘Better Living with IBS’ can give you back the life you long for!Structured in a clear, easy-to-use workbook format, with lots of practical exercises, ‘Better Living with IBS’ is your guide to living a happier, richer, more fulfilling life. The step-by-step program, based on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), will give you the mental tools to deal effectively with your IBS symptoms. Instead of constantly fighting your symptoms, this approach will teach you how to step away from the struggle, and in so doing, substantially reduce their impact.Clinical psychologists Nuno Ferreira, PhD and Dr David Gillanders are leading experts in using psychological therapies for the management of IBS. Based at the University of Edinburgh, they have worked and presented symposia and workshops around the world, including the United Kingdom, Portugal, Holland, Italy, and the United States.‘A compassionate, easy-to-read and incredibly practical guide for enriching life and finding fulfilment whilst dealing effectively with IBS. If you suffer from this debilitating condition, do yourself a favour and read this book; the benefits will be enormous.’ — Dr Russ Harris, author of the international bestseller ‘The Happiness Trap’‘The problem of IBS often extends far beyond its symptoms. It can impact every area of one’s life, an issue that can be missed by many healthcare providers. I am pleased to say that this issue is not missed in the book you hold in your hands. Rather, Drs Ferreira and Gillanders have produced something that specifically aims to help people suffering from IBS achieve a life that is less restricted by IBS; a life that also has meaning, vitality and quality. I have no doubt that the approach in this book will allow better living with IBS.’ — Kevin E. Vowles, PhD, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, The Haywood Hospital‘This is a very worthwhile book for people who suffer from the unpleasant symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Once the reader has been given an overview to this condition they are introduced to a range of workable ways to deal with it. Packed with practical exercises and scenarios, Better Living with IBS helps people to live the way that they want, potentially improving their overall quality of life. I would highly recommend this easily accessed text to anyone with IBS and to all health professions who deal with this complex chronic condition.’ — Dr Graeme D. Smith, University of Edinburgh...
|Title||:||better living with ibs a step by step program to managing your symptoms so you can enjoy life to the full|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||177 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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