Finding Parallels Between Health and Life
If you feel bloated, constipated, pain in the abdomen, and have diarrhea; chances are you also have an irritable bowel syndrome. The meaning of getting at least one or two of those symptoms is that you are someone who has irritable bowel syndrome. Medical experts do not have a definite conclusion as to what irritable bowel syndrome is. The recent conclusion of the researches on IBS points at the sensitive nerve ending in the bowel as the main culprit to having the said condition. The implications of not fully understanding IBS is that a medicine that completely stops it is not yet created. Do not worry if you are someone suffering from the IBS because a remedy exists for your condition. Through these remedies a person who has an irritable bowel syndrome can at least live normally, even when no cure for it exists yet.
Every time the IBS symptoms show, remember what food you last ate so that you can make a final conclusion if you really have IBS. List on your notes, every food that causes abdominal pain. After listing out those food that causes abdominal pain, exclude them from your daily diet. Always keep track of the symptoms that is triggered by a certain kind of food, and update your notes on such kinds of food. If you cannot help but eat the restricted food, since it is your favorite, you can at least eat small amounts of it. You have longed suffered from the IBS symptoms because of eating food that trigger them, trim down on them slowly first so that you can fully stop eating them eventually.
Forego with your habit of eating bulkily for only three times a day, eat instead six times a day with smaller meal sizes only so that you IBS is no longer triggered. By eating several smaller meals, your body does not have hard time digesting the food. If the bloating and diarrhea still persists even after making the dietary adjustments, then you can try an over the counter medication for the said symptoms. If instead of bloating and diarrhea, you have abdominal cramps then you should consult a doctor for an antispasmodic prescription so that it would stop.
An effective bowel cleanser can address the symptoms presented by IBS. Sometimes the feces and toxins that are built up inside the bowels trigger the irritable bowel syndrome, the bowel cleanser can remove all of those so that the bowel function becomes healthy again. Take note that the bowel cleanser you should be using is the one that has natural ingredients used. In comparison to the gentleness of the natural bowel cleansers, those that have artificial substances can be harsh on the digestive track and may intensify the irritable bowel syndrome.