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Article #1

IBS Stands for Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Not I've-Been-Sick

Most people enjoy a variety of foods and look forward to the next meal…unless they have IBS. It is tempting to think of IBS as the I've-Been-Sick syndrome rather than by its true name of Irritable Bowel Syndrome. IBS is a bit like an "open secret" because it is not a condition you generally talk about with others like you would if it were high cholesterol or migraine headaches. Yet millions of people suffer with IBS, and that is no exaggeration. Based on surveys and data extrapolation, the World Gastroenterology Organisation estimates that as many as 1 out of every 10 people in the world have IBS, and 1 out of every 5 people in developed countries. So you are not alone in keeping the "open secret."

One of the interesting aspects of IBS is that people who have it know they have something wrong with their digestive systems but are not sure what. IBS is mostly defined by its symptoms because it is a diagnosis of exclusion. That merely means that it is not a disease that can be proven through medical tests. Yet a host of symptoms characterizing Irritable Bowel Syndrome are very real. IBS is a chronic illness that presents itself through gastrointestinal symptoms that include gas, diarrhea, bloating, constipation, abdominal cramping, sudden urges to pass stool, and mucous discharge from the rectum. There is typically inefficient or uncoordinated intestinal action, and that can cause stomach or gut pain.

No two people have identical symptoms. One person may alternate constipation and diarrhea and constipation, and experience painful gas and bloating. Another person may develop mostly severe constipation and difficulty controlling urges to go to the bathroom. There may also be a number of symptoms that are connected to poor digestive processes that affect other parts of the body. For example, you may experience bad breath despite good dental care, joint or muscle pain, headaches and persistent fatigue.

Keeping Food Moving at the Right Pace

IBS represents the end result of digestive difficulties that cannot be pinned down to a particular medical condition. When you eat, food moves through the esophagus, into the stomach and eventually enters the intestines. Along the way, the food is broken down through enzyme action and mixed with various digestive juices to keep it pliable. The proteins, carbohydrates and fats are processed in a way they can enter the bloodstream or lymphatic system. Food material not absorbed by the body is moved to the large intestine, which is composed of the cecum, colon, appendix and rectum. The food waste is processed further by the colon as it extracts fluid, leaving a mass of undigested food. Muscle contractions in the colon push the mass into the rectum to be expelled through the anus.

It is easy to see how so many things could go wrong. If food empties too quickly from the stomach, the rest of the digestive system will attempt to compensate by slowing down the digestive process. There might be an undiagnosed food sensitivity impacting the efficiency of the digestive system. The gastrointestinal tract may not breakdown the food correctly due to disease or physical defects, making it difficult to move through the digestive system. Perhaps your body does not produce enough digestive juices containing the enzymes that play such an important role. Health professionals believe many people have digestive muscles that are not contracting as they should, leading to slow transport of food waste. It is also believed that IBS is frequently related to an overgrowth of bacteria in the intestines, causing severe gas as they do their job of helping to breakdown undigested food. Finally, IBS could be connected to faulty functioning of the gastrointestinal tract's nervous system.

Responding the Right Way to Prevent Further Harm

Though medical professionals have yet to discover the specific medical reason IBS develops, the symptoms can be minimized. Fortunately, IBS does not cause permanent damage, but how people respond to the symptoms can cause great harm. For example, if you eliminate certain foods from your diet, a vitamin or mineral deficiency can develop. Eating provokes the symptoms, but to manage the syndrome it is necessary to know which specific foods to avoid, and how to supplement the vitamins and minerals lost. However, there must be other lifestyle changes and additions that help you manage stress and relax the muscles.

IBS is complicated because the causes and symptoms can vary so widely. To minimize or control symptoms, you have to know the specific dietary, behavioral and mental changes to make in your life. What you need to know to treat IBS naturally is found in The IBS Miracle™ - How To Free Your Life From Irritable Bowel Syndrome by James Walden. This ebook contains the information you need to understand IBS, its symptoms, and most importantly, the dietary, supplementation and lifestyle changes needed to treat IBS naturally so you can get back to enjoying life once again.


Article #2

Love Your Body by Treating IBS Without Medications

Too many people suffer day-in and day-out with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) for one very poor reason: They do not want to discuss topics like the colon, constipation, diarrhea, or gas. There is a cultural taboo about discussing such private matters, and so people are reluctant to bring the subject up, sometimes even with their health professionals. They suffer through bouts of IBS, wondering if they will ever be able to enjoy a meal or a social event without worrying about or experiencing digestive problems. Unfortunately, many IBS sufferers have used antibiotics for a long time, in the belief that it would cure whatever was causing the problem, but instead were making the condition worse by killing intestinal bacteria.

Drugs are seldom the answer to IBS for one simple reason – health professionals do not know the specific source of IBS, so drugs could not be developed to target a specific issue. As a result, the drugs currently used are ineffective. A much better solution is treating IBS with a natural holistic approach because everything in the body is related. In fact, there are a number of natural treatments that extend to dietary changes, supplementation, psychological treatments, muscle relaxation techniques, exercise, herbal treatments, and homeopathic dosages.

The complexity of IBS is such that there is no single natural treatment recommended. The ideal treatment program is a blend of alternative foods and dietary exclusions, activities and choices that promote a healthy colon. The ideal treatment program is unique to each person because each person experiences a different set of symptoms. The specific symptoms must be addressed in order to achieve the maximum benefits.

  • Dietary Changes – Food can trigger IBS symptoms, so it is necessary to determine which foods or ingredients are causing the problems. One way to narrow the list of potential offenders is to keep a food journal to detect a pattern of items you consume followed by an occurrence of symptoms. You can then begin to eliminate those foods and replace them with foods high in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.
  • Lifestyle Changes – Food management is not the only effective IBS management. Perhaps surprisingly to many people is the fact that there appears to be a link between depression and stress and IBS. Stress impacts the entire body so you want to address the entire body, which means potentially including various psychological treatments.
Other lifestyle changes include learning and practicing relaxation techniques for the mind and the body. Exercise will also play an important role in IBS treatment programs. Learning to manage stress and ease the tension in the body will promote healthy digestion.
  • Supplementation and Homeopathy – It is a well known fact that many herbs and homeopathic doses can treat many human diseases. IBS is no different. There are herbs that soothe the stomach and intestines, promote the production of gastric juices, and relax muscles. Homeopathic remedies can also promote a healthy digestive system, but are particularly useful for easing pain and digestive upset when IBS rages.
The specific treatment program depends on your specific symptoms. In the ebook The IBS Miracle™ - How To Free Your Life From Irritable Bowel Syndrome by James Walden, a nutritionist, biomedical researcher and health consultant, you can find detailed explanations of the known natural treatments that can ease IBS symptoms. Even more importantly, it is possible to develop a treatment program that will greatly reduce the chances of experiencing IBS flare-ups in the first place. That is the ultimate prize – good health and the freedom it gives you to live life the way you choose, unrestricted by IBS.


Article #3

Love and Live Life Your Way with The IBS Miracle™

When a miracle is performed, it means extremely impressive results are achieved. If you suffer with Irritable Bowel Syndrome, referred to as IBS, it may seem like it will take a miracle before you will ever be able to approach food once again with anticipation, rather than fear of the physical effects it might trigger. IBS can have a direct impact on the quality of your life because it brings pain and fatigue, produces unpleasant symptoms like diarrhea or constipation, and brings fear of getting caught in public or social settings when symptoms develop. If someone could offer a way to control the symptoms and reduce the odds of IBS expression, it certainly would seem like a miracle.

Unfortunately, we live in a society in which drugs are the first line of defense against physical ailments. However, drugs only work if they are able to target specific causes of illnesses. If the cause is not well understood, taking drugs is like taking a stab in the dark. There may or may not be results. Since the most common drugs taken for a host of illnesses are antibiotics, the law of unintended consequences takes effect. Taking antibiotics for a long period of time can lead to bacterial antibiotic resistance, and they do little, if anything, for Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Though the specific causes of IBS are not yet known, it is not due to bacterial infection.

Common Sense Approaches May Seem Like a Miracle

When medications do not work on a common disorder like IBS, what will? The answer is the IBS Miracle treatment plan, which is comprised of common sense approaches to managing suspected IBS triggers. Anytime simpler natural solutions improve health, it certainly seems like a miracle. However, it is well known that nutrition, exercise and mental relaxation are important to maintaining a healthy life. If they also relieve IBS symptoms, then you can call it a common sense approach or call it a miracle. It does not matter because addressing your unique symptoms is the way to relieve or prevent those symptoms.

However, it is important to understand that though the end result may seem like a miracle, it takes a concerted effort on your part to reach the ultimate goal. Alternative treatments require a true desire to improve your health and greatly reduce the risk of IBS attacks by making wise choices. You need to learn which foods to avoid, which foods can be safely eaten, and which foods contain the essential vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.

Relax…IBS is Treatable

It is also necessary to identify how stress is affecting your body and learn how to relieve that stress using a variety of techniques from deep breathing to exercise. One of the set of therapies that have proven successful for treating IBS promotes muscle relaxation so that the digestive system works more naturally and normally. Ultimately, the goal is to free your life of the Irritable Bowel Syndrome, which is the same as saying the end goal is to help you enjoy life to its fullest. It is difficult to find joy in even the smallest activities, like visiting with friends, when food has become an enemy. The ebook The IBS Miracle™ - How To Free Your Life From Irritable Bowel Syndrome describes a no-nonsense approach to treating IBS. It identifies the many levels of treatment that bring relief step-by-step. You learn how to balance your life…your whole life. That only makes sense since IBS affects your whole life, including your mental and emotional well-being, in addition to your physical health.

Article #4

Become Friends with Food Again…Despite IBS

It is easy to let IBS take control of your life because it makes eating any food an uncertain exercise. Sometimes a meal does not trigger ABS symptoms. On the other hand, eating the identical meal a week later may trigger IBS symptoms because you are experiencing stress or there is a temporary hormone imbalance. It is difficult to predict when IBS will strike, but there are certain foods that have been identified as having a potential impact on the digestive system. Since IBS is a disorder of the digestive system, it is only natural that managing the diet is one approach to managing IBS.

Since the most common IBS symptoms are constipation, diarrhea, bloating and gas, there is a two-pronged dietary approach to controlling IBS. On the one hand, you want to avoid those foods most likely to trigger the symptoms. On the other hand, it is necessary to add the foods to the diet that will supply essential nutrients, while also easing IBS symptoms.

Avoiding Foods that Harm and Adding Foods that Heal

The general categories of food to avoid include greasy or fatty foods, spicy foods, sugar and artificial sweeteners, wheat, dairy products, citrus fruit, and certain vegetables that cause gas and bloating. These foods are known to cause intestinal convulsions, produce gas, be difficult to digest, or are known to have substances that are difficult to digest. In some instances, it may be a lactose intolerance or a reaction to the gluten protein in wheat that is causing symptoms like diarrhea and gas. Within each of these food categories there are specific foods that will need to be avoided, depending on the specific symptoms experienced. People with IBS should avoid alcohol and coffee also.

Once you know which foods should be eliminated from the IBS diet, the second phase is to add foods that promote good health. Once again, your symptoms will dictate what you can eat and what needs to be avoided. High fiber fruits and vegetables, whole grains, and foods high in omega-3 fatty acids are often recommended. However, if you have diarrhea, it is wise to avoid eating too much fiber, but it is important to add foods that alleviate diarrhea.

People with IBS should avoid eating large meals because they stress the digestive system by encouraging stronger intestinal contractions. You can eat small meals throughout the day, while staying alert to eating habits that seem to prompt Irritable Bowel Syndrome symptoms. For example, you will learn how large a serving of any food containing wheat you can eat before IBS symptoms are triggered. It may be you cannot eat any dairy products, or you might be able to eat low fat dairy products a couple of times a week.

Developing Personal Awareness

One of the most important aspects of the IBS diet is its variableness. People with IBS must become very aware of the relationship between their lifestyle and IBS symptoms. You may discover that it is best to eat the largest meal in the morning to encourage intestinal contractions. You will learn what foods should be avoided at all costs on the days when you experiencing bloating and gas. When you are experiencing a period of high anxiety or stress, even a little grease can affect digestion. What aggravates your system may not bother another person, so it is personal awareness that counts.

Learning the specific types of foods that can prompt IBS symptoms and those that are safe to eat is critical. The book IBS Miracle™ - How To Free Your Life From Irritable Bowel Syndromedevotes a large section to the discussion of foods, so that you can begin to develop a diet that keeps you healthy instead of making you sick. It is distressing when the very substances meant to keep us alive are the same things disrupting the digestive process. It is possible to take control of your health one food item at a time when you have IBS.

Article #5

Is This Normal or Do I Really Have Irritable Bowel Syndrome?

Unfortunately, there are probably millions of people who have Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and do not know it or will not admit it. It could go either way because there is no medical test that can lead to a diagnosis of IBS, like tests for diabetes or high cholesterol. In addition, everyone experiences digestion problems at times or episodes of diarrhea or constipation. It is the day you realize that these episodes are happening with regularity or that the quality of your life is declining because of digestive issues that it is time to ask: Is it possible I have IBS?

One of the symptoms differentiating IBS from average and random digestion problems is stomach pain. When your gut hurts or experiences noticeable discomfort, it may be IBS. Usually there are multiple symptoms and not just one, making it more likely you will notice the digestive problems are occurring too frequently to be "normal." The delay in dealing with the condition can lead to anxiety because eventually you will wonder if there is something seriously wrong with your intestines. The anxiety can exacerbate the symptoms, producing more diarrhea, constipation, gas and a host of other symptoms.

Recognizing Symptoms

Unfortunately, many people do not tell a health professional about the symptoms due to embarrassment. No one really likes talking about their bowels. However, it is important to first rule out other, more serious, diseases or illnesses before starting an IBS diet. A physician will want to know if you have been running a fever or have blood in your stool because these are not IBS symptoms, but they are symptoms of serious diseases like colon cancer.

For IBS to be medically diagnosed, you should have experienced gut pain for at least 12 weeks out of 24 weeks. Any pain experienced should be associated with frequency of the bowel movement, changes in stool appearance or experiencing relief from pain after a bowel movement. Other symptoms include bloating, mucus that accompanies the stool, urgent need to go to the bathroom, difficulty passing stool, bouts of diarrhea and/or too frequent bowel movements, or long periods with no bowel movement.

In a lot of cases, people never get an official medical diagnosis. They are either too embarrassed to talk about their disorder with a doctor, or the symptoms are mild enough to be tolerated. In these cases, many begin to realize that the amount of abdominal pain felt is associated with bowel movements. Once stool is passed, the pain or discomfort eases. They may also begin to notice a pattern that includes a bloated stomach, occasional constipation or diarrhea or both, and a connection between eating and symptoms.

If you have been experiencing ongoing digestive problems that particularly include constipation or diarrhea, and excessive gas and bloating, you may have IBS. There are other symptoms also that include vomiting and nausea, sensations of abdominal fullness (without abdominal enlargement), and an uncontrollable urge to defecate.

Easing Symptoms

One way to begin dealing with suspected IBS is to begin changing the diet to see if the symptoms ease. The IBS Miracle™ - How To Free Your Life From Irritable Bowel Syndrome provides a clear roadmap for dietary and other lifestyle changes that can improve your health by reducing or eliminating IBS symptoms. The message is clear: You do not have to endure IBS because Irritable Bowel Syndrome is treatable. That is good news for anyone suffering the day-to-day embarrassments and discomfort of IBS.

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