While it may be hard to believe we are already halfway through March, the start of the year is slowly – but surely – slipping away from us. One key goal for many at the commencement of a new year is often to look inwards at our bodies and overall health to see where we can improve for the months ahead. If you’re looking to hit restart on your inner health and leave 2021 behind, look no further than the Nerva gut health app.
Through its accessible and easy-to-use app, Nerva is helping individuals learn how to manage their gut health and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) symptoms through daily 20-minute hypnotherapy sessions, breathing exercises and educational readings. The program is broken into two phases, the first being a six-week course focussing on helping people gain control over symptoms, then followed by phase two which looks at helping patients keep their symptoms under control through an ongoing pain support program.
Nerva’s program is suitable for those who may be suffering from a range of IBS-related symptoms which may include bloating, nausea and abdominal pain. Research has revealed at-home, app-delivered gut-directed hypnotherapy (GDH) is a proven method to assist individuals manage IBS symptoms naturally, with those who suffer from symptoms reporting more than 70 per cent improvement. Gut-directed hypnotherapy has been shown to work as well the Low FODMAP diet in managing IBS, without the need for excessive dieting. It may also help manage IBS symptoms for up to five years.
IBS is a common gut disorder affecting many Australians, with symptoms varying yet typically taking the form of abdominal pain, constipation, bloating and gas. While the exact cause of IBS is unknown there are some common triggers, including hormones, stress, and food and alcohol choices
Nerva is available on both Apple and Android devices. Start your journey with a seven-day free trial and enjoy 30 per cent off your subscription. Of course, if you have any concerns about your health, it is best to speak with your GP or health professional before starting a new treatment.