Oct 20, 2020
EDS is a rare connective tissue disorder that can drive many digestive symptoms. Hannah discusses her journey with digestive dysfunction, how it lead to developing an eating disorder as a way to control her symptoms, finally being diagnosed with EDS, and how she came to practice in cognitive hypnotherapy through her own personal journey when she had exhausted all medical management options.
Hannah is a Cognitive Hypnotherapist and works with women all over the world to overcome struggles with food, their emotions and the fear of not being good enough. She has a BSc Biological Sciences, MSc Psychology, Cognitive Hypnotherapy and Neuro-linguistic Programming (NLP). She has a special interest in the link between food issues and digestive problems and combines mind and body approaches to support her clients holisitically in their journeys.
- How Hannah’s GI issues led to an eating disorder
- What is Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS)
- What are the symptoms of EDS?
- How is it diagnosed?
- How she journeyed from ED, to EDS, to the field of cognitive hypnotherapy
- What is cognitive hypnotherapy?
- How does accessing our subconscious influence our body's reactions to food & symptoms
- How does cognitive hypnotherapy help digestive disorders?