The mere thought of travel is often stressful enough to cause an attack of irritable bowel syndrome. These tips and coping strategies might help.
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Have you tried coconut or coconut oil to calm your irritable bowel syndrome? Maybe the time has come …
Green salad is a huge trigger for many who suffer from irritable bowel syndrome. The good news is that you may be able to add salad to your diet without suffering the usual problems.
Here are some ideas to zing up the taste and increase the nutrition of the foods you're eating. Please ignore any tips that might incorporate foods on your IBS trigger list.
Dining out can be a real ordeal if you are experiencing an IBS flare-up. However with some planning, you should be able to manage it. These tips will help.
You might not believe in hypnosis. However, anything that promotes relaxation will help relieve stress-related gastrointestinal spasms. Over time, you can actually teach yourself to relax.
According to several sources, gelatin may help to heal the mucous membranes in the intestines and soothe the digestive tract. It is credited with improving disorders such as IBS and Crohn's.
There are mountains of medical advice on the Internet. Some of it is excellent, some is mediocre, and some is downright dangerous. You should always consult a medical professional.
As an IBS sufferer, your gut is likely more sensitive than normal to pain. Gas acts as a stimulus that can irritate the pain response and ignite the gastrocolic reflex. It also causes discomfort.
The advice on fiber consumption for IBS sufferers is often confusing. Some experts say that you should reduce fiber and switch to a low-residue diet. Others insist that more fiber is better.
When life revolves around your bathroom habits, it can seem pretty dismal and complex at times. Many experts claim that soluble fiber relieves both diarrhea and constipation.
When you're feeling depressed, remember that you are only one of millions of people suffering from irritable bowel syndrome. Some very big celebrities, including world leaders, have it, too.
Here are some of my personal IBS pet peeves, not necessarily listed in order of annoyance. What about you? Feel free to leave a comment about what frustrates or exasperates you.
Does this sound like you? You have several ideas stagnating in your mind waiting to become short stories or books; however, you are so busy that you never manage to transform those ideas into words.
Many people look forward to retirement with anticipation, thinking of all the exotic places they will be able to visit once they stop working. However, travel as a senior can present difficulties.
If you suffer from irritable bowel syndrome, you have probably discovered that sugars and artificial sweeteners are triggers. Eliminating them from your diet can often be difficult.
Travel can be much easier and a lot more fun if you observe a few simple rules. This article presents several important travel tips that will help keep you safe and sound on your next trip.
Laughing will not cure IBS. However, stress is a common trigger for irritable bowel syndrome - and laughter reduces stress. It is a type of positive thinking that helps you relax.
Your doctor may have recommended that you increase soluble fiber to alleviate IBS symptoms. Here are some foods high in soluble fiber that may help calm that wretched irritable bowel syndrome.
Most people know that they should discontinue their newspapers and keep the lawn mowed when they venture out on vacation or extended trips. However, there are other ways to safeguard your home.
You've heard the adage, 'Work is a 4-letter word!' There is another foul 4-letter word - nastier than the worst of the worst. It may shock you, but women are even guiltier of using this word than men.