Onebright delighted by results of new CBT and IBS study
The research, which was the largest study of its kind, showed that participants who received the varying levels of CBT reported significant improvement in the severity of their symptoms compared to those who only received basic IBS treatment.
were delighted to discover the results of this research and are now keen to encourage IBS sufferers to seek out CBT treatment to alleviate their symptoms.
The organisation were particularly intrigued to learn that the telephone and web-based CBT sessions were proven to be the most effective treatment for the participants who undertook these as their form of IBS treatment. Onebright believes that although IBS causes physical symptoms, it is also important to acknowledge the psychological factors that can exasperate these symptoms.
and believes it is essential to understand that it is the interaction between patient’s thoughts, feelings and behaviours that can contribute to the physical symptoms of IBS. The firm is now delighted that the results of this new study have highlighted the important contribution CBT can have in helping sufferers.
If you have IBS and would like to find out more about, contact Onebright to speak to one of their BABCP accredited therapists.