Most Hull and Beverley people don’t admit to feeling anxious but those who suffer from a toilet phobia are unlikely ever to admit this.
They fear humiliation, being laughed at or not being understood. There are a number of fears relating to toilets such as a fear of urinating in public toilets or in the company of others (paruresis). The most common problem occurs when men cannot urinate in the company of others; women too can find it difficult if there are people in the toilet or nearby cubicles.
Other aspects of toilet anxiety include the sufferer having a fear of contamination and also a fear of not being able to find a toilet when needed. This latter element is one of the factors of IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome), which is also effectively treated using hypnotherapy and regression therapy.
So if you live in Hull, Beverley, Swanland, North Ferriby, Hessle or any other villages in the area please get in touch and lets discuss the hypnosis help I can give you.