Irritable Bowel Syndrome Tips

Irritable Bowel Syndrome Tips

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Have you been experiencing abdominal discomfort or pain,bloating, frequent constipation or diarrhoea? These could be signs of a functional gastrointestinal (GI) disorder known as Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). Read on to find out more.

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a very common condition. Approximately one in five people are affected.

Is It IBS Or Just Constipation?

Uncertain about whether or not you actually suffer from IBS?

In Irritable Bowel Syndrome Guide - I concisely and thoroughly discuss everything there is to know about the causes, symptoms and diagnosis of of IBS including -

What role stress plays in causing IBS

What it means to have a "sensitive colon"

How doctors determine how severe the condition is in any individual sufferer

Why the condition of Irritable Bowel Syndrome is so difficult to diagnose in the first place!

A description of the other medical conditions and afflictions that IBS shares symptoms with and is commonly confused with!

Why both loose bowels and constipation are both symptoms of the condition

What types of bowel movements to look for in your toilet bowel that may indicate that you have IBS

The physical symptoms that many people suffer when they have IBS

What anxiety or depression may have to do with IBS


In Irritable Bowel Syndrome Guide - I also go through all of the medicines that you might be prescribed by Western Doctors and give you an idea of what to expect including ...

The dangerous drug interactions that can occur if you are taking Nardil or Mantulane

Why taking Imodium can have a negative impact on the muscle lining of your intestines and make the symptoms of the disorder even worse

How the overuse of stool softeners can lead to serious problems such as lax

active dependence, dehydration and electrolyte imbalance

Diet plays a very important role in the management of IBS and in Curing Irritable Bowel Syndrome I teach you how to feel better by -

Discussing the role that fiber can take in either improving your condition or making it much worse!

How to determine which foods irritate your colon the worst - these are your trigger foods!

How to differentiate a stimulating food (a good thing!) from an irritating food (a bad thing!)

Where to find your best sources of soluble fiber which can greatly alleviate the discomfort of elimination when you suffer form IBS

Why you should eat your soluble fiber first before you eat any other food at a meal and how that can help prevent unpleasant symptoms

How to avoid gaining weight when trying to manage this problem

Why egg yolks are not the best thing for an IBS sufferer to eat

The role that fried foods, like French Fries and onion rings can play in aggravating your condition

Why eating red meat can make IBS worse

Are You Ready To Get Rid of IBS Once and For All and for GOOD!

The bottom line is, it is not such a difficult thing to deal with irritable bowel syndrome naturally.

For example, altering your diet as suggested is something that anyone should be able to do, but this one simple step will make a significant difference to your future susceptibility to IBS problems.

Stress is almost certainly the number one cause of your condition so it is clearly extremely important to deal with stress. In particular, you have to learn to live with it and not allow it to dominate your life. Get on top of your stress, learn how to handle it and remove another significant causative factor from the picture.

Now that you are armed with this information, you can start taking appropriate actions immediately.

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