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How to Treat IBS: 7 Commonly-Prescribed Treatments That Do NOT Cure Irritable Bowel Syndrome

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Irritable Bowel Syndrome, often referred to as IBS or colitis, is a gastrointestinal disorder, and the recommendations for how to treat IBS run the gamut. Here are 7 examples of commonly-prescribed …

Irritable Bowel Syndrome, often referred to as IBS or colitis, is a gastrointestinal disorder, and the recommendations for how to treat IBS run the gamut. Here are 7 examples of commonly-prescribed treatments that you will discover as you research how to treat IBS:

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  • 1. How to Treat IBS: 7 Commonly-Prescribed Treatments That Do NOT Cure Irritable Bowel Syndrome Dr. Albert Snow Holistic Gastroenterologist
  • 2. Irritable Bowel Syndrome, often referred to as IBS or colitis, is a gastrointestinal disorder,and the recommendations for how to treat IBS run the gamut.
  • 3. Because it is a very common disease, with statistics showing that every one out of fiveadults suffer from IBS in the United States, there is a great deal of misinformation online about treatments for the condition.
  • 4. The common symptoms of the disease includeabdominal pain, bloated stomach, heart burn and abdominal cramps.
  • 5. Some patients may have constipation whileothers may have diarrhea, fever, bleeding and weight loss.
  • 6. IBS is a disease that causes a great deal of discomfort and life upset.
  • 7. If you have one or more of these symptoms,youll probably begin searching the Internetfor cures and treatments for your condition.
  • 8. Most of the information that you will discovermay help mitigate your symptoms but wontcure the disease, even though the treatments are recommended as cures.
  • 9. Here are 7 examples of commonly-prescribed treatments that you will discover as youresearch how to treat IBS that do not work to cure IBS:
  • 10. 1. Yoga
  • 11. Yoga was practiced by the ancient sages of India.There are some specific yoga asanas to improvethe digestion and to manage the symptoms like diarrhea, constipation, bloating and others.
  • 12. Yoga is a combination of physical and mental exercises. The exercises focus on deepbreathing, de-stressing and restoring balanceto all organs and systems of the human body.
  • 13. The yoga asanas for IBS include the forwardbend, the abdominal twist, the gas-relieving pose and breathing exercises.
  • 14. While these practices may helpalleviate some IBS symptoms, yoga is not a cure.
  • 15. 2. Acupuncture and acupressure
  • 16. These are Chinese medicinal practices that involve treating diseases by pricking fineneedles or apply pressure on specific points in the body.
  • 17. Both of these procedures are effective intreating many diseases. An acupuncturist canhelp in relaxing muscle spasms and improve bowel function.
  • 18. While these practices may help mitigate someIBS symptoms, acupuncture and acupressure are not cures.
  • 19. 3. Home remedies
  • 20. Home remedies like taking ginger andasafoetida are commonly recommended for IBS.
  • 21. Ginger paste mixed with lemon juice and honey and taken after every meal isrecommended to make sure the food you eat is digested well.
  • 22. Drinking gooseberry water and eatingpomegranate seeds are other common homeremedies recommended for how to treat IBS.
  • 23. While these practices may help alleviate some IBS symptoms, home remedies are not the cure.
  • 24. 4. Stress management
  • 25. Stress is often listed as a primary cause of IBS. Therefore, the recommendation to manage stress is to indulge yourself in a hobby that you like.
  • 26. Exercise regularly. Go for briskwalking or vigorous swimming or jogging or cycling to reduce stress.
  • 27. Sleep well. Practice yoga. While these practices may help reduce some IBSsymptoms, stress management is not the cure.
  • 28. 5. Hypnosis
  • 29. A trained hypnotist helps you in relaxing and can help you learn how to relax tense abdominal muscles to avoid cramps.
  • 30. While these practices may help overcomesome IBS symptoms, hypnosis is not the cure.
  • 31. 6. Diet
  • 32. Avoiding processed foods, spicy foods, fried foods and acidic foods is a commonlyrecommended protocol for treating IBS, as is eating a diet rich in fiber.
  • 33. Actually, the best diet for IBS is one in whichyou eat low fiber foods that wont aggravate the already-inflamed intestinal tissue.
  • 34. This means no raw fruits orvegetables, and no nuts, seeds,or corn until you get your IBS fixed.
  • 35. While these practices may help alleviate someIBS symptoms, a different diet is not the cure.Actually, when youre cured of IBS, you can eat whatever you like.
  • 36. 7. Life style modifications
  • 37. Typical modifications include no alcohol and smoking, drinking plenty of water, regular exercise, and getting plenty of sleep.
  • 38. While these are all generally goodrecommendations for enhancing your lifestyle and may alleviate some IBS symptoms, lifestyle modifications are not the cure.
  • 39. Heres the best way to treat your IBS --naturopathy. IBS is caused from antibiotics you have taken over your lifetime.
  • 40. These antibiotics have caused damage to themucosal lining of your intestines. If you want to get rid of IBS permanently, the damaged mucosal lining must be rebuilt.
  • 41. Naturopathic treatment does wonders inrebuilding the mucosal lining and intestinalwall through ingesting natural nutritional compounds.
  • 42. Naturopathy also helps toreinoculate beneficial organisms to help rebuild your GI tract.
  • 43. The above commonly-recommendedtreatment options may help you manage your IBS symptoms.
  • 44. However, rebuilding the mucosal lining ofyour intestines is the only cure for IBS that works and is how to treat IBS.
  • 45. Discover the Truth About Irritable Bowel Disease! How colitis, irritable bowel syndrome, Crohn’s Disease, and Leaky Gut Syndrome are all symptoms of the same condition Exactly what these conditions are How you got these conditions How your medical doctor contributed to your condition The one primary source of all conditions How these conditions are man-made How to get rid of these conditions permanently
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