Irritable Bowel Syndrome: Tips on Controlling Your Symptoms

For more info. go to www.CaptainColon.com or www.VolcanoHealing.com testimonials http is irritable bowel syndrome? Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a common problem with the intestines. In people with IBS, the intestines squeeze too hard or not hard enough and cause food to move too quickly or too slowly through the intestines. IBS usually begins around age 20 and is more common in women. IBS is also called functional bowel syndrome, irritable colon, spastic bowel and spastic colon. It’s not the same as inflammatory bowel diseases like ulcerative colitis. What are the symptoms of IBS? Common symptoms of IBS • Bloating and gas • Mucus in the stool • Constipation • Diarrhea, especially after eating or first thing in the morning • Feeling like you still need to have a bowel movement after you’ve already had one • Feeling a strong urge to have a bowel movement • Abdominal pain and cramping that may go away after having a bowel movement The symptoms may get worse when you’re under stress, such as when you travel, attend social events or change your daily routine. Your symptoms may also get worse if you don’t eat enough healthy foods or after you’ve eaten a big meal. Some people are bothered by certain foods. Women who have IBS may notice more frequent symptoms during their menstrual periods. How is IBS diagnosed? Your doctor may start by asking you questions about your symptoms. If your symptoms have had a pattern over time, the pattern may make it clear to your doctor that

26 thoughts on “Irritable Bowel Syndrome: Tips on Controlling Your Symptoms”

  1. @auz3186 They are idiot doctors I had a few. I found the “cure” for my IBS through taking Whey Protein three times daily. I eat what I want including Pizza and IceCream and fast food at MCD’s now. I couldn’t do that before starting on my Whey Protein regimen. You can check out my video on my page if you like.

  2. @VarthalabauHair There are many diot doctors out there and I had a few. I found the “cure” for my IBS through taking Whey Protein three times daily. I eat what I want including Pizza and IceCream and fast food at MCD’s now. I couldn’t do that before starting on my Whey Protein regimen. You can check out my video on my page if you like.

  3. @MadScientist7777 Try some Whey Protein three times a day it “cured” my IBS symptoms. Check out my IBS video on my page for more info

  4. @zrunner240Z thats true and i claim it too… the lack of serious doctors is certainly a problem… I will try this Whey Protein and hope it helps cause im tired of the limitations in life, due to IBS…

  5. @MegaCartoonguy Hey watch my video ” Beat IBS with Whey Protein” on youtube with your parents and see if you want to give it a try

  6. @TheJswerve Hey watch my video ” Beat IBS with Whey Protein” on youtube with your parents and see if you want to give it a try

  7. @drshields1988 Hey watch my video ” Beat IBS with Whey Protein” on youtube with your parents and see if you want to give it a try

  8. Something else for everyone to look into: uppercervicalcare dot comThis is not a cure all, but has certainly helped many out that had IBS.

  9. I use to get IBS when I was working 9-5.. as soon as I left, it stopped. What I learnt was.. listen to your body, you only get a disease when you are at dis-ease with something. 😉

  10. i hate IBS … its hard for me to go to school… my anxiety is always attacking when im leaving..

  11. I had never seen the difference of healthy and not healthy colon before. I wonder what mine looks like.. I suffered IBS over 20 years, but the symptoms went away when I started drinking MonaVie. The kind I drink is supposed to help people with Arthritis or any joint, knee or back pain because it has glucosamine in it. Plus fiber, too, so I am assuming that’s working for my IBS symptoms. It’s made out of Acai berry with 18 other wild fruits.

  12. I’m 12 and I have IBS. And I hate it! When I’m at school and I have it then i’m in the bathroom for 30 or 35 mins at a time. It’s so embarrsing!

  13. search “antifungal natural supplements” and just check out any links related. it could be that you have too must yeast in ur gastrointestinal tract.
    i was extremely bloated whenever i ate, until i tried anti fungals and eliminated yeast from my diet. Garlic, grapefruit seed extract, neem, olive leaf, and many others work. but remeber to alternate between which supplements you use every few weeks, because yeast can adapt to antifungals, just like bacteria can adapt to certain antibiotics.

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