A New Life with 6 Natural Ways for Irritable Bowel Syndrome
By Hannah Hall
Each year, there are tens of millions people experience the gastrointestinal disorder called IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) and it makes up nearly one-third of patient in outpatient clinics. Its cause is remained unknown and varies people between people. In some cases only, it arises from the stress, anxiety or the aftermath of disorder in intestinal muscle movement. Although this disease is not worse over time and leads to more serious problems like cancer or inflammation colon, its symptoms are actually disturbance and make the life lesser comfortable.
Patients who suffer from this kind of disease used to complain about their constant diarrhea or constipation accompanying by abdominal pain, bloating, mucous stools and so on. Although there is no definitive treatment for this disease, the vast variety of home remedies can help in releasing the symptoms. The patient, therefore, may have better life quality.
This kind of fermentation food contains a generous source of good bacteria which has been drawn away during diarrhea. Eating yogurt replenishes the number of its population in the intestine and balances the intestinal flora. In addition to this, the reproduction of favorable organisms deters the development of bad bacteria and neutralizes the toxin they produce during their lives. One another way to increase the population of the good organism is taking the acidophilus pill. Using it 2 times per day when being hungry until the symptoms of diarrhea disappear. Further from that, yogurt may also a surprisingly effective home remedies for dizziness.
Carrot is well-known for its effectiveness in the treatment of diarrhea and constipation which are the main compliments in IBS patients. While raw carrot contains the compound that can mitigate diarrhea, the well-cooked carrot helps out in constipation condition. There is no doubt that carrot provides the good source of fiber that is essential for the normal bowel movement. There are various ways to utilize carrot from making a juice to adding it into a salad or making a soup. Along with carrot, patients can have a look on other vegetables which also provide significant amount of fiber for our body need, such as cabbage, psyllium, green leaf vegetables
3. Releasing stress
It is stated that stress can also trigger irritable bowel syndrome symptoms. As a consequent, learning way to alleviate tension from your mind may help you escape from the disturbance of IBS. One simple method to figure out what problem of life affects your mood most is making a diary in relation with your emotion towards. Some exercises like meditation or yoga may also benefit for those who are seeking peace in mind. By controlling the body’s movements as well as breath rate, the patient will find an ease in both mental and BIS’s symptoms. Last but not least, consulting the psychiatrists if the condition is getting worse over time and the simple way mentioned above seem not to be effective.
This plant is a rich source of menthol oil which has a good impact on smooth muscles of the digestive system. Many studies showed that employment of this remedy can lessen the symptoms which are induced by muscle spasm in IBS patients including cramping, bloating, abdominal pain and diarrhea. Patients can resort to peppermint oil supplement which can be found easily in pharmacy. Drink one or two drops with one-fourth of warm cup water on daily basis. On the other hand, they also can enjoy peppermint tea two to three times per day until the symptoms are driven away. Keep in mind that, it should not be taken in excess as it can cause some disorders like nausea, vomit, mouth burn or loss of appetite.
5. Fiber-rich diet
Needless to say, fiber is vitally important in our daily diet as it assists in the normal peristaltic and absorbance of nutrition, especially in the case of IBS where the constipation is the major discomfort. Some scientists suggested that each people should consume 50-gram fiber per 1000 calories. There is list of useful vegetable which can provide you as much fiber as you need every day:
• Psyllium: Psyllium works with both diarrhea and constipation. In the case of in continence, psyllium reduces the amount of water in stool and control bowel movement. On the contrary, if the case is constipation, it helps soften stool and boost intestinal movement.
• Flax seed: Similarity like psyllium, flax seed is favorable for both principle discomforts of IBS. What’s more, flax seed contains a high concentration of omega-3 acids, especially ALA which everyone needs on regularly. People can either use fresh ground seeds with water or serve themselves a cup of hot tea made from this seed.
• Oat bran: Along with the abundance of fiber content it can offer, oat bran is a generous supplier of protein, antioxidants, calcium, iron and vitamins.
6. Check gluten-contained food
As gluten is proved to be related to trigger IBS symptoms, people who suffer from this condition should stay away from food containing this substance. Gluten is known as a protein which comes from the wheat product. However, it is worthy to note that some hidden source of gluten often neglected by the consumers, for instance, spelled, rye, barley and so on. To ensure that you are actually sensitive to gluten or not, keep it out of your meal for one or two weeks and observe the improvement in your symptoms.
Author: Hannah Hall has graduated Hanoi Medical University which is the most famous university in Viet Nam. She also had the time worked as a staff nurse in Australia and Denmark where her main responsibility was patient nutrition manage. Now, she continues to take part in a lot of research which is related directly to nutrition. Moreover, sharing knowledge and writing are her particular passion. She also works as a major contributor in authorityremedies.com which provides many articles in natural and home remedies.