Cognitive-behavioral treatment of irritable bowel syndrome.

@article{Toner2005CognitivebehavioralTO,
  title={Cognitive-behavioral treatment of irritable bowel syndrome.},
  author={Brenda B. Toner},
  journal={CNS spectrums},
  year={2005},
  volume={10 11},
  pages={883-90}
}
There is increasing evidence that supports the view that irritable bowel disorder (IBS) is a disorder of brain-gut function. Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) has received increased attention in light of this recent shift in the conceptualization of IBS. This review has two main aims. The first is to provide a critical review of controlled trials on CBT for IBS. The second is to discuss ways of further developing CBT interventions that are more clinically relevant and meaningful to health care… CONTINUE READING

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IntestinesIs associated anatomic site ofIrritable Bowel Syndrome
There is increasing evidence that supports the view that irritable bowel disorder ( IBS ) is a disorder of brain - gut function .
A review of CBT for IBS lends some limited support for improvement in some IBS symptoms and associated psychosocial distress .
A review of CBT for IBS lends some limited support for improvement in some IBS symptoms and associated psychosocial distress .
A review of CBT for IBS lends some limited support for improvement in some IBS symptoms and associated psychosocial distress .
A review of CBT for IBS lends some limited support for improvement in some IBS symptoms and associated psychosocial distress .
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