IBS Group – seeking help from a community of IBS sufferers can help you to connect with other IBS members who you can relate with.
Knowing that other people in this world are experiencing the same symptoms as you, can be comforting. However, reading about how they went about tackling their symptoms is more of a concern rather than a positive endeavor.
Many people do not know what is causing their symptoms so they go about mindlessly attempting to reverse their IBS symptoms. This can do more damage rather than the intended beneficial outcome.
The Endless Trap Often Taken
Seeking medical journals are great, as they provide you with an understanding of what is happening within your body. However following their treatments or taking depression medications and other types of pills, may be extremely controversial.
Not very many people can handle IBS on a day-to-day basis. So they end up following the recommendation of a traditional medical practitioner by taking their pills to seek temporarily relief.
A Permanent Solution
This equates to taking pills for the rest of your life to try to suppress your symptoms from arising. This is not a way I would recommend in dealing with your symptoms.
I would recommend a permanent, non-invasive treatment that aims at the source of your problem, that will provide a life-time of positive results with your IBS symptoms, diminishing the symptoms slowly but surely. This means no need for continued medication on a constant basis for the rest of your life, but rather for a duration until your symptoms subside.
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