The Truth About IBS
Get the Facts About Irritable Bowel Syndrome
The Truth About IBS – Irritable Bowel Syndrome, also known as IBS, is a condition in which the bowel does not function as it should. If you are one that has been diagnosed with IBS, then there is a real need to find the help to relieve the symptoms you are facing.
If you haven’t been diagnosed yet, it is time to consider heading to the doctor if you do feel that these are things happening to you.
The problem is that many medications for IBS are not all that safe and do provide some harsh side effects. Is there a way to safely manage IBS symptoms? How do you go on with your everyday life without having to worry about these symptoms?
What’s even more difficult for those that are suffering from IBS, they don’t like to talk about their condition. After all, to many individuals, talking about the bowel is not something they want to do.
The good news is that there are some effective means that can help you to relieve the pain and discomfort that you face due to IBS. In this eBook, you will learn how to manage the symptoms of IBS that seem to control your life to make them livable.
What Is Irritable Bowel Syndrome?
Irritable bowel syndrome is something that no one really wants to talk about, but more people need to hear about.
This condition affects an average of 50% of those that visit the gastroenterologist each year. Even if you haven’t gone there yet, it is likely that at some point, you will want to make the journey.
The condition is one that is likely to cause you a great deal of pain and discomfort. For that reason, it is imperative to learn all that you can about what irritable bowel syndrome is as well as how it can be relieved. That’s what we aim to do here. But, before you can find relief from irritable bowel syndrome, you must know what it actually is.
What Is It?
IBS, as it is called for short, is also known as spastic colon. In this condition, individuals will experience pain in their abdomen. The pain is due to a disorder of the function of your bowel. In addition to pain, you may also experience changes in normal bowel habits.
There are many symptoms that can be contributed to that of irritated bowel syndrome. Learning about these can help you and your doctor to get a start on what’s wrong. In many cases, IBS symptoms may seem like a normal bowel, but in fact there could be additional problems lurking.
The most frequent symptoms include:
Pain in the lower abdomen
Pain that is relieved by defecation
If you are suffering from any of these conditions, you may want to talk to your doctor, especially if they are recurring.
The symptoms that you may experience may feel like diarrhea or even constipation. In some individuals it moves from one extreme to the next. A change in the stool is often a symptom of IBS.
It is also believed that those that have other conditions are more likely to experience IBS. Those conditions include chronic fatigue syndrome, stress, chronic pelvic pain and fibromyalgia.
Some doctors have found that there is a link between irritable bowel syndrome and mental conditions. They link IBS to having both neurological and psychological components.
In addition to this, conditions can make it worse. For example, menstruation usually makes IBS worse or makes the symptoms more pronounced.
Here’s What’s Included
What To Do First
When It’s Not IBS
Where The Truth Lies
How To Manage IBS
Treatments To Be Considered
How Do You Know?
Stress And IBS
Why Stress Hurts
It Doesn’t Have To Be Food
Do Something Fun
Get Enough Sleep
IBS And Your Diet
The Problems with Foods
Tracking Your Diet
Common Portion Sizes
And Much More…
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