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Kinesiology and Irritable Bowel Disease (IBD)

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Irritable Bowel Disease can be caused by a variety of things, but most people agree it is aggravated by stress. However there is more to it.

The organ affected is usually the large intestine. The corresponding meridian relates to letting go of blocked emotions. So when we are unable to do this, our symptoms appear.

Often we hold onto a negative experience. Maybe we feel we need to hold onto it to avoid it happening again. Maybe we just can’t let go of a wrong done to us. However, if we hang onto it, then we will probably experience symptoms in our large intestine.

Often these symptoms start as IBS; a bit of bloating, a tummy ache or problems going to the toilet. Often we develop food intolerances and it can be advisable to cut out certain foods from our diet to give our physical systems a chance to heal. However, if untreated these symptoms can become worse and end up as Crohn’s or Ulcerative Colitis.

3-in-1 Kinesiology is brilliant at finding and helping you release the past, even if you are not consciously aware of the causing issue. It is one of the few therapies that can do this, using its trademark tool of muscle testing. Gently but powerfully, we can remove the stress around the original issue, helping you to completely let it go. Often basic dietary suggestions also come up through the muscle testing, providing you with help on a nutritional level too.

Ros Kitson

This article is part of a series of articles about IBD for  World IBD Day 19th May 2013.  See also IBD Awareness and Natural Treatment and  Nutritional Therapy for IBD. Subscribe to the blog, follow us on facebook or twitter or simply check back here later for further updates…

Ros Kitson is a professional kinesiologist and practises Three in One Kinesiology and Face Reading at The Wellbeing Centre. She also has qualifications in Nutrition, Anatomy and Physiology, and Counselling.

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