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Lower anxiety and beat chronic pain with CBT for IBS and GI Distress

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy or CBT is a form of therapy that works to modify your thinking and behavioral patterns. It can work wonderfully to lessen the feelings of anxiety, loneliness, and despair that often accompany IBS gastrointestinal distress and chronic pain.

CBT works through the brain-gut pathway. Take a look at this blog to learn more about the brain-gut pathway.

Is your belly affecting your brain? Anxiety, Depression Linked to Irritable Bowel

Scientists have established that individuals suffering from depression may also suffer from gastrointestinal distress such as low gut motility and constipation, as seen in irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).