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IBS Syndrome

By Runal Keronil

Irritable Bowel Syndrome is a disease that is estimated to affect 15% of the population in the United States today. There are many IBS symptoms that can help to diagnose the disease, but there currently is no cure. The disease is one that can easily be misdiagnosed and often is mistaken for other diseases it shares its myriad of symptoms with. IBS is often accompanied with several other painful or dehibilitating medical conditions, which can also make its diagnosis a more difficult task. IBS symptoms can be treated in a number of ways and although IBS and IBS symptoms can be painful and inconvenient the disease is not thought to be deadly.

A sufferer can help IBS by limiting intake of certain foods and beverages, such as caffeine, alcohol, and milk products. Some sufferers are more sensitive to certain foods than others. Recognizing what foods trigger symptoms is an important part of awareness and the first step to recovery.

Doctors really don’t know what causes IBS, but some suspect that IBS may be stress related. When you have IBS the nerves and muscles in the bowel seem to be extra sensitive. The muscles may contract to much when you eat causing pain. These contractions may cause diarrhea while eating or shortly after.

Diets in whole grains, high in fiber, fruit, and low in fats provide some IBS sufferers ample IBS relief without the use of supplements or prescription medication. Foods that contain caffeine, like coffee and chocolate, should be avoided by IBS sufferers because they can over stimulate the lining of their colons and produce excess bloating, gas, and cramps. Those prone to diarrhea may find an increase in this symptom after caffeine consumption. Caffeine is a stimulate and not good for promoting IBS relief. Also sufferers with allergies to any food ” in particular wheat, egg, and dairy, should limit or avoid foods containing these ingredients. These foods hinder IBS relief by aggravating the lining of the colon just as caffeine does. Alcohol should be avoided, as well.

Fortunately, plenty of great foods can be enjoyed on an IBS diet. In fact, there are some foods that can actually help IBS symptoms. These include many fruits, vegetables and whole grains.

Diet is an important component of managing IBS, along with a stress-reduced lifestyle and appropriate medicine. Bavolex naturally balances and soothes the bowel and intestines. Doctor-recommended Bavolex features healthy ingredients such as lemon balm, ginger and fennel seed to naturally reduce the uncomfortable and painful symptoms associated with IBS. Adding Bavolex to a healthy lifestyle can bring strong relief to IBS sufferers–naturally.

Want to find out more about irritable bowel treatments, then visit our site and learn more about An introduction to irritable bowel syndrome.

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Keronil, Runal "IBS Syndrome." IBS Syndrome. 26 Aug. 2010. uberarticles.com. 25 Jul 2014 <http://uberarticles.com/health-and-fitness/ibs-syndrome-39/>.

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Keronil, R (2010, August 26). IBS Syndrome. Retrieved July 25, 2014, from http://uberarticles.com/health-and-fitness/ibs-syndrome-39/

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