Four Super Tips To Manage Irritable bowel Syndrome

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Sudden cramping, bloating, abdominal pain, gas, diarrhea, or constipation are all signs of you being a victim of Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). It’s a widespread disease that is linked with the over-sensitivity of nerves present in our gut. It is not life threatening but can cause great discomfort. If you have faced these symptoms persistently don’t hesitate to consult gastroenterologist as soon as possible.

Don’t worry, it is manageable you can control its symptoms by managing your lifestyle, diet and stress level.

Marham is here to disclose four incredibly awesome tips to manage irritable bowel syndrome.

Probiotics are your well-wisher

Yes! To keep your digestive tract healthy you have to go for options that are packed with Probiotics such as fortified cereals, yogurt, milk etc. You can ingest Probiotics in number of ways; powdered form, capsules or through natural food. Probiotics can stop the growth of bacteria, fights inflammation and soothe the digestive tract and as a result no more IBS symptoms.

Fiber it up!

Take a diet rich in fiber such as oats, beans, whole grains, cereals, fruits, and vegetables as they will alleviate the symptoms of Irritable bowel syndrome to great extent. The meal rich in fat is a big “No No” for you as it can increase colon contractions resulting in abdominal cramping and diarrhea. Go for food that is easy to digest. It’s better to consult a nutritionist for a complete diet plan that is just right for you.

Move till you feel it

It is extremely important; you got to move to stay healthy. You should exercise for at least 30 minutes, 5 days a week to stay healthy and fit. Simply a brisk walk for few minutes can reduce symptoms such as constipation and abdominal cramps, so what are you waiting for? Take your trainers out right now.

Keep stress away

Stress can greatly increase your symptoms it’s because of the neural connection present between our brain and digestive tract. Try to relax, meditate, do yoga and practice breathing exercises to stay positive and away from stress as it can trigger IBS’s symptoms.

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Amina Hameed
Amina is an MBA from Lahore school of economics who had also been a Former Cultural ambassador of Pakistan (USEFP). Amina writes to throw a light on the importance of healthcare system in Pakistan. She is indeed a passionate writer when comes to health, fitness and lifestyle.

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