IBS Disorder


IBS Disorder - this can be a very debilitating condition which has inflicted millions of people to-date.




The Weakest Links

The Irritable Bowel Syndrome condition is a problem that primarily effects the gut. The intestines become easily irritable by the type of foods that are consumed, the psychological stress levels that are endured, the air quality of what is breathed in, etc.

If you consume foods that are not compatible with your system, you could be racing to the washroom and/or greeted with sharp pains in the stomach. Similarly, stressful thoughts or situations can trigger the intestines to contract harder than normal, resulting in stomachaches, gas, diarrhea, etc.

In continuance to these possible triggers, when the air is damp and moldy, this can result in a runny nose, mind fog, diarrhea, etc. IBS is a condition that can be affected by many sources, however if you can reverse and lessen the degree of your symptoms, this will make all the difference in the world in your gut's sensitivity levels.

IBS 101

IBS is often characterized by symptoms such as constipation, diarrhea, intestinal pains, gas, stomach noises, etc. The condition of IBS is caused by a number of possible reasons including the use of antibiotics, a long history of poor diet (processed foods and foods high in refined sugars), etc.

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Inferior Solutions

Traditional medical doctors will tell people who are diagnosed with IBS to manage their symptoms by the means of reducing their stress levels or by taking antidepressants.

Traditional versus Alternative Practitioners

The solutions provided by traditional doctors will only temporarily manage your symptoms with varying effects. Alternative practitioners however, will take the time to understand your situation and the symptoms that you are experiencing.

Before going further however, you need to know how your symptoms came about, reading this section here will prove to be very beneficial.






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