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Shy bladder, toilet phobia (Paruresis)

Effective treatment for Paruresis and Shy bladder in Poole, Bournemouth, Wimborne and Dorset using hypnosis and hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy and hypnosis is very effective when dealing with the problems of shy bladder. Robert Clarke has helped many people who have suffered from this problem, which is another form of social phobia in the Bournemouth, Poole and Broadstone in Dorset.

What is shy Paruresis?

It is a problem where the person is unable to urinate in front of other people. This is a problem that only affects men for obvious reasons. The symptoms are made worse when the person suffering from shy bladder has to use public toilets. The stress and pressure leading to this makes it almost impossible for the person to urinate in front of other people. They have a feeling of being put on the spot and will become nervous or anxious and often will look to go and use a cubicle instead of the urinal where ever possible.

What are some of the effects?

Shy bladder-Paruresis-toilet phobiaEven if the person is ‘busting’ to go to the loo, and they find that there is no cubicle available, then the sufferer will hold on until they are able to use another toilet for fear of being put on the spot. Symptoms often include being unable to urinate in a private toilet also at a house if someone else is waiting outside.

In severe cases the sufferer may not go out to social events fearing that feeling of being out of control and being put on the spot.

For the sufferer of shy bladder, they may feel like this is something that nobody else suffers from, but this could be no further from the truth and the latest research show that 4 million people are also affected by this problem.

What treatment is available?

There are two ways to help to treat deep routed problems related to Paruresis, the first one being Hypno-analysis (analytical hypnotherapy) which is in essence cause and effect therapy and can be very effective in helping to treat Shy bladder. Once the bottled up emotions are released then the symptoms can cease to be, allowing you to be free from your past problems.

The other way is to use Clinical Hypnotherapy combined with a Positive Thinking Styles course which can also prove a very effective therapy in treating these unwanted feelings.

Once you start to change to a more positive thinking style the result of which is a happier, much more confident and outgoing person.

For any more information about Shy Bladder (Paruresis) or to book a free initial consultation please call Rob on 01202 245020 or 07920 885015.

Email:robert-clarke@live.com

Confidentiality is strictly observed at all times.

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