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It was suggested I try hypnosis to help avoid sugar and wheat. Any thoughts?

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    Hello Barbara

    I try and avoid as much sugar as possible.  It will only give me a flare up.  I seem to be ok on wheat, well I think I am.  At this rate, I won't be eating anything!  I think sugar is a definite no, no.  So if I were you, I would start by limiting this first, and see if your condition improves.



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    I thought that I would try hypnosos some time ago for other reasons but what 

    I found was first of all there are not that many hypnotists around and the ones that

    are, want to take you into 'past lives' which I don't believe in and feel they are charletons.

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    Hello everyone I have had this disease for about 20 years & it has worsened over the years but I have learned to deal with it & live my life. It was very difficult because my Dr. didn't diagnose me with the name of the disease when he first found it. I think back then it maybe wasn't talked about like we do today in these forums. It's so helpful to hear everyone's stories & experiences with this disease. I have found that diet doesn't bother me one way or the other so I'm grateful when I hear that diets seem to be a problem for some. I had a biopsy when my Gyno first saw what was happening but since then have used Clobetasol with good results. I was hearing about creams to use for cleansing due to Dove stinging at this stage of my disease, and I received some replys for cleansing creams & emollients to soothe. 
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    Hypnoses so I won't dangle in front of the cupboard trying hard not to consume any sweets.  It's a thought.  However, I rather make myself a bit stronger and think of the consequences when I have a weak moment or two.  When you're about to eat something 'bad for you' think of the pain it may cause you.  For me it's the best deterrant.

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