Treatment for Shy Bladder - Parureses with CBT Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Hypnotherapy
Shy Bladder - Parureses treated with CBT Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Hypnotherapy at the Carterton Therapy Practice providing effective brief therapy for Shy Bladder - Parureses using CBT Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Hypnotherapy.
Shy Bladder or Parureses - the inability to urinate in front of others Shy bladder is one of the most common symptoms that men consult me for. Men with shy bladder (and it is usually only men who get shy bladder - for obvious reasons) have a great difficulty urinating in front of other people, or in a place that they are unfamiliar with. As with all phobias, the severity of the symptoms can change from person to person, and also fluctuate depending on the persons stress level. i.e. some men find it a little difficult to pee in a crowded toilet, some can only pee in their own toilet (causing great difficulties - because the person has to come home from work, just to have a pee). Due to the embarrassing nature of the symptom, it is rare that a man would consult his G.P. with the problem - and because of this, there is very little written on the subject.
There can sometimes be a link between Shy Bladder and Coprophobia (the fear of faeces or passing faeces)...
Harry deals with a variety of symptoms that any one of us could
fall pray to at any time in our lives. His main focus
though is on the adverse affects that Depression, Stress and Anxiety related symptoms have upon our bodies and minds, causing everything from the formation of habits, phobias, to full blown nervous disorders. Here is a typical example of what Harry deals with:
"Coprophobia - fear of going to the toilet (passing faeces) A fear of anything related to faeces/passing faeces, toilets, public toilets, being heard going to the toilet, feeling embarrassed, unclean or dirty generally."
This is another fairly common Phobia. Typically the sufferer would find it difficult (if not impossible) to use a public loo. A lot of the time the fear is specifically of losing bowel control - in public. Quite often the sufferer has very precise routines they have to adhere to - in order to be able to go to the loo.
CBT - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Hypnotherapy can help you to resolve the emotional conflicts that are causing the problem. These are nothing more than bottled up emotions and so once found and released, the symptom itself then dissolves.