Not surprisingly, IBS and sleep don’t mix very well. Physical discomfort interferes with your ability to relax, and pain or stress can keep you awake.
It can be tough to know how best to proceed during an IBS flare-up, but these methods can help calm your stomach, and make the pain much more manageable.
Don’t give up on your body; learn to use your muscles, mind and breath to restore comfort and control your IBS pain.
IBS and migraine headaches may have a link as recent research has found that about half of all IBS patients deal with frequent headaches.
There aren't many controlled studies on exercise for IBS, but there’s a good deal of evidence to suggest that activity can change things for the better.
It's particularly important to get an accurate diagnosis as soon as possible. Start by breaking through these misconceptions about IBS to find out more.
When you live with irritable bowel syndrome, it’s nearly impossible to shake the embarrassment but there are ways in which you can beat IBS embarrassment.