Managing IBS symptoms with dietary changes is key. Some suggested IBS diets include gluten-free, elimination diet, low FODMAP, and more.
Adopting these healthy habits for IBS sufferers can help to effectively relieve the gassiness, pain and bloating you may experience.
Don’t give up on your body; learn to use your muscles, mind and breath to restore comfort and control your IBS pain.
Sharing a meal at a restaurant should be a happy occasion, but eating out with IBS, can put you in a potentially dangerous dining situation.
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.
Many symptoms of IBS and IBD are similar, however the conditions are very different from each other.
IBS and alcohol don’t mix well because alcohol affects the digestive tract in many ways and may create even more symptoms.
When working against you, your IBS and anxiety can spiral out of control while making even the simplest daily tasks seem like major chores.