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Treating IBS

Here’s What You Need to Know to Feel Better NOW

Millions of Americans are silently suffering from painful stomach problems such as bloating, gas, constipation and diarrhea. These symptoms are classic signs of irritable bowel syndrome, or IBS. Unfortunately, only about half of people with IBS have been diagnosed. And if you are a woman, chances are even greater that you are afflicted with IBS.

We all know it can be uncomfortable to discuss your digestive issues with your doctor. With the right information, you will better understand your symptoms and start the conversation with your doctor. That’s why Harvard Health experts, the leaders in medical science, created a report to help you deal with your digestive difficulties. It’s called Managing Irritable Bowel Syndrome and it’s chock full of straightforward advice on diagnosing, treating and coping with IBS symptoms.

This easy-to-understand special report gives you all the facts and advice you need to deal with IBS and its symptoms. You’ll discover:

  • The 4 main causes of IBS. Did you know that IBS can develop after you have a bacterial infection such as salmonella? The infection often passes but your symptoms such as diarrhea can turn into a form of IBS called IBS-PI (post-infectious bowel syndrome.) An infection is only one of the causes. Learn the other 3 culprits when you order this report!

  • The trigger foods you should eliminate from your diet. What you eat has a big impact on your IBS symptoms. You’ll learn which foods are the known suspects to cause flare-ups. Most people are aware that milk and ice cream can cause abdominal discomfort. They are considered high-FODMAP foods, which should be avoided. FODMAP is a hard-to-digest carbohydrate found in a variety of foods from apples to milk to cauliflower. You’ll learn the easiest way to follow a low-FODMAP diet. Full list is enclosed in your special report.

  • Why stress management is crucial for a healthy gut. At times, we all experience stress in our lives. Have you ever noticed that when you’re stressed, you often feel queasy? That’s because the brain and the gut are closely connected. Stress can cause more contractions in the intestines and increase sensitivity. So it’s crucial to manage your stress as best as you can. Yoga is one way to help with tension buildup in your body. The experts at Harvard also recommend five additional stress-busting techniques that can help calm you down and reduce your IBS symptoms.

  • Which supplements and prescription medications are best for your type of IBS? Doctors often prescribe over-the- counter medications to treat IBS symptoms. If you have IBS-C, supplements that contain soluble fiber and osmotic laxatives often reduce IBS symptoms. You’ll learn exactly what ingredients to look for when purchasing these natural supplements. If you need a stronger prescription drug for pain relief, you’ll learn which ones are safe to take including a brand new drug that will available soon.

You don’t have to suffer any longer. Download your copy of Managing Irritable Bowel Syndrome now.

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This important new report reveals:

  • People with this condition are five times as likely to develop IBS. Are you one of them?
  • Is it IBS or a more serious condition called IBD? This simple test gives you the answer.
  • The ancient practice that can reduce constipation. Scientific study proves it.
  • The best part of a fruit you should eat to ease constipation.
  • Why you may need to avoid beverages with this common ingredient.
  • Antidepressants to treat your gut? See which ones are recommended.
  • The real reason women often have stomach pain during their menstrual cycle. Doing this can help alleviate symptoms.
  • The popular exercise to avoid when your gut is acting up.
  • What to do before taking a probiotic supplement.
  • The inexpensive supplement that helps treat spasms in your gut.
  • When to talk to your doctor about a fecal transplant.