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How to Treat IBS: 7 Commonly-Prescribed Treatments That Do NOT  Cure Irritable Bowel Syndrome             Dr. Albert Snow ...
Irritable Bowel Syndrome, often referred to as IBS or colitis, is a gastrointestinal disorder,and the recommendations for ...
Because it is a very common disease, with  statistics showing that every one out of fiveadults suffer from IBS in the Unit...
The common symptoms of the disease includeabdominal pain, bloated stomach, heart burn          and abdominal cramps.
Some patients may have constipation whileothers may have diarrhea, fever, bleeding and                weight loss.
IBS is a disease that causes a great deal of        discomfort and life upset.
If you have one or more of these symptoms,youll probably begin searching the Internetfor cures and treatments for your con...
Most of the information that you will discovermay help mitigate your symptoms but wontcure the disease, even though the tr...
Here are 7 examples of commonly-prescribed  treatments that you will discover as youresearch how to treat IBS that do not ...
1. Yoga
Yoga was practiced by the ancient sages of India.There are some specific yoga asanas to improvethe digestion and to manage...
Yoga is a combination of physical and mental   exercises. The exercises focus on deepbreathing, de-stressing and restoring...
The yoga asanas for IBS include the forwardbend, the abdominal twist, the gas-relieving       pose and breathing exercises.
While these practices may helpalleviate some IBS symptoms,      yoga is not a cure.
2. Acupuncture and acupressure
These are Chinese medicinal practices that  involve treating diseases by pricking fineneedles or apply pressure on specifi...
Both of these procedures are effective intreating many diseases. An acupuncturist canhelp in relaxing muscle spasms and im...
While these practices may help mitigate someIBS symptoms, acupuncture and acupressure               are not cures.
3. Home remedies
Home remedies like taking ginger andasafoetida are commonly recommended for                  IBS.
Ginger paste mixed with lemon juice and    honey and taken after every meal isrecommended to make sure the food you eat   ...
Drinking gooseberry water and eatingpomegranate seeds are other common homeremedies recommended for how to treat IBS.
While these practices may help alleviate some IBS symptoms, home remedies are not the                    cure.
4. Stress management
Stress is often listed as a primary cause of IBS. Therefore, the recommendation to manage stress is to indulge yourself in...
Exercise regularly. Go for briskwalking or vigorous swimming or  jogging or cycling to reduce             stress.
Sleep well. Practice yoga. While these    practices may help reduce some IBSsymptoms, stress management is not the cure.
5. Hypnosis
A trained hypnotist helps you in relaxing and   can help you learn how to relax tense    abdominal muscles to avoid cramps.
While these practices may help overcomesome IBS symptoms, hypnosis is not the cure.
6. Diet
Avoiding processed foods, spicy foods, fried   foods and acidic foods is a commonlyrecommended protocol for treating IBS, ...
Actually, the best diet for IBS is one in whichyou eat low fiber foods that wont aggravate   the already-inflamed intestin...
This means no raw fruits orvegetables, and no nuts, seeds,or corn until you get your IBS            fixed.
While these practices may help alleviate someIBS symptoms, a different diet is not the cure.Actually, when youre cured of ...
7. Life style modifications
Typical modifications include no alcohol and smoking, drinking plenty of water, regular    exercise, and getting plenty of...
While these are all generally goodrecommendations for enhancing your lifestyle   and may alleviate some IBS symptoms,   li...
Heres the best way to treat your IBS --naturopathy. IBS is caused from antibiotics    you have taken over your lifetime.
These antibiotics have caused damage to themucosal lining of your intestines. If you want to get rid of IBS permanently, t...
Naturopathic treatment does wonders inrebuilding the mucosal lining and intestinalwall through ingesting natural nutrition...
Naturopathy also helps toreinoculate beneficial organisms  to help rebuild your GI tract.
The above commonly-recommendedtreatment options may help you manage your              IBS symptoms.
However, rebuilding the mucosal lining ofyour intestines is the only cure for IBS that      works and is how to treat IBS.
Discover the Truth About Irritable Bowel Disease! How colitis, irritable bowel syndrome, Crohn’s Disease, and Leaky Gut S...
If you’re frustrated, confused,and looking for help in how to    end your Irritable Bowel Disease, visit this site to get ...
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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 treatments that you will discover as you research how to treat IBS:

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

  1. 1. How to Treat IBS: 7 Commonly-Prescribed Treatments That Do NOT Cure Irritable Bowel Syndrome Dr. Albert Snow Holistic Gastroenterologist
  2. 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. 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. 4. The common symptoms of the disease includeabdominal pain, bloated stomach, heart burn and abdominal cramps.
  5. 5. Some patients may have constipation whileothers may have diarrhea, fever, bleeding and weight loss.
  6. 6. IBS is a disease that causes a great deal of discomfort and life upset.
  7. 7. If you have one or more of these symptoms,youll probably begin searching the Internetfor cures and treatments for your condition.
  8. 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. 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. 10. 1. Yoga
  11. 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. 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. 13. The yoga asanas for IBS include the forwardbend, the abdominal twist, the gas-relieving pose and breathing exercises.
  14. 14. While these practices may helpalleviate some IBS symptoms, yoga is not a cure.
  15. 15. 2. Acupuncture and acupressure
  16. 16. These are Chinese medicinal practices that involve treating diseases by pricking fineneedles or apply pressure on specific points in the body.
  17. 17. Both of these procedures are effective intreating many diseases. An acupuncturist canhelp in relaxing muscle spasms and improve bowel function.
  18. 18. While these practices may help mitigate someIBS symptoms, acupuncture and acupressure are not cures.
  19. 19. 3. Home remedies
  20. 20. Home remedies like taking ginger andasafoetida are commonly recommended for IBS.
  21. 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. 22. Drinking gooseberry water and eatingpomegranate seeds are other common homeremedies recommended for how to treat IBS.
  23. 23. While these practices may help alleviate some IBS symptoms, home remedies are not the cure.
  24. 24. 4. Stress management
  25. 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. 26. Exercise regularly. Go for briskwalking or vigorous swimming or jogging or cycling to reduce stress.
  27. 27. Sleep well. Practice yoga. While these practices may help reduce some IBSsymptoms, stress management is not the cure.
  28. 28. 5. Hypnosis
  29. 29. A trained hypnotist helps you in relaxing and can help you learn how to relax tense abdominal muscles to avoid cramps.
  30. 30. While these practices may help overcomesome IBS symptoms, hypnosis is not the cure.
  31. 31. 6. Diet
  32. 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. 33. Actually, the best diet for IBS is one in whichyou eat low fiber foods that wont aggravate the already-inflamed intestinal tissue.
  34. 34. This means no raw fruits orvegetables, and no nuts, seeds,or corn until you get your IBS fixed.
  35. 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. 36. 7. Life style modifications
  37. 37. Typical modifications include no alcohol and smoking, drinking plenty of water, regular exercise, and getting plenty of sleep.
  38. 38. While these are all generally goodrecommendations for enhancing your lifestyle and may alleviate some IBS symptoms, lifestyle modifications are not the cure.
  39. 39. Heres the best way to treat your IBS --naturopathy. IBS is caused from antibiotics you have taken over your lifetime.
  40. 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. 41. Naturopathic treatment does wonders inrebuilding the mucosal lining and intestinalwall through ingesting natural nutritional compounds.
  42. 42. Naturopathy also helps toreinoculate beneficial organisms to help rebuild your GI tract.
  43. 43. The above commonly-recommendedtreatment options may help you manage your IBS symptoms.
  44. 44. However, rebuilding the mucosal lining ofyour intestines is the only cure for IBS that works and is how to treat IBS.
  45. 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
  46. 46. If you’re frustrated, confused,and looking for help in how to end your Irritable Bowel Disease, visit this site to get your free audio.

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