Do You Suffer From CHRONIC Diarrhea Or Constipation??-Here's How To Manage Them And Never Experienced AGAIN!!


No one is exempted to experienced the So called IBS (Irritable Bowel Movement) and you must be prepared on how to handle the pain.

Do you suffer from chronic diarrhea or constipation? You may be one of the 25 to 45 million Americans suffering from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).

It is not an affliction to be taken lightly. Luckily, for those suffering from IBS, there are a number of home remedies that can help prevent symptoms before they occur. 

When pain strikes, there are different methods you can use to relieve symptoms. Every body is different, so try some or all of these home remedies and see which works best for you!


1. Drink peppermint tea. Peppermint tea is known to relax intestines, reduce bowel spasms, and relieve gas pain If peppermint tea is not to your taste, take one or two enteric-coated peppermint oil capsules between meals. 

2. Eat probiotic yogurt. Your intestines are home to good bacteria called probiotics. Some people suffering from IBS may not produce enough probiotics naturally, reports Mayo Clinic. This is why IBS sufferers may benefit from eating yogurt and other foods rich in probiotics, like sauerkraut, kimchi, miso, and tempeh. 

3. Avoid the 4 C's: Chocolate, Coffee, Cabbage, Cauliflower. According to Health Line, these four foods are among the most irritable to sensitive bowels. You should also avoid beans, broccoli, soda, and dairy. A healthy diet that limits these foods will help prevent symptoms of IBS. 

4. Eat small meals throughout the day. Eating large meals can overstimulate the digestive system and trigger IBS symptoms. To avoid this problem, eat smaller meals throughout the day, as suggested by Readers Digests Best Health. Eating slowly and mindfully will also help your digestive system process food more easily.

5. Progressive muscle relaxation. Stress can be a trigger of IBS and it can certainly exacerbate symptoms. To practice this method, lie down in a quiet, calm environment. Purposely tighten a single muscle group and then relax it. Start with one end of your body (your head or your toes) and move up or down and across the body. Doing so will help you become more away of your muscles, including those in your stomach. Through progressive muscle relaxation, you may be able to naturally relax your bowels. 

6. Drink between, not during, meals. Drinking liquids, even water, with meals can dilute the digestive juices and make digestion more difficult.

7. Drink ginger tea. Ginger is a miracle worker when it comes to soothing digestive problems, including IBS.Readers Digest Best Health  recommends grating a half-teaspoon of fresh ginger root into a cup of boiling water. Drinking four to six cups of ginger tea per day could help IBS sufferers manage their symptoms. 

8. Eat oat bran. Most people know a fiber-rich diet is good for the digestive system. However, sufferers of IBS are aware that fiber can also upset their bowels. Oat bran is the perfect fiber solution for those afflicted with IBS. It is mild and easy on the colon

Diet can have a profound effect on the digestive system, especially for those suffering from IBS. Making subtle changes to what you eat, and how you eat, can be the boost your body needs to making IBS less painful and easier to live with. 

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