Irritable Bowel Syndrome (Ibs) Remedies: Natural Treatments

IBS is perhaps not curable, but its symptoms can be treated.

Millions of persons suffer from Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), making it one of the most common digestive problems. Surprisingly, there is no effective medication to take care of this bothersome disorder. This is why people depend on natural remedies to deal with IBS.

The symptom of Irritable Bowel Syndrome includes constipation, diarrhea, gas, bloating, and abdominal pain. Generally, combinations of these symptoms occur in a cyclic pattern, where patients come into contact with constipation and diarrhea back and forth. IBS does not move ahead to intestinal bleeding and does not lead to cancer.

Still doctors are uncertain regarding the causes of IBS, diet, stress, genes, and other personal traits could all be a factor to the development of this condition. Therefore, IBS is very much a part of one’s life, whether the person likes it or not.

IBS is perhaps not curable, but its symptoms can be treated. While instant symptoms can be treated with normal OTC drugs, frequent use of them should be avoided as they could lead to dependency. The best method to handle the symptoms is through natural treatments.

There are various natural remedies for IBS. Reducing trigger foods from diet is the most common remedy. As particular food groups can trigger IBS symptoms, patients can identify their triggers by cutting things out one at a time until the symptoms eases. Eating high fiber foods may be beneficial in preventing diarrhea and constipation. However, they are not helpful against cramps and pain.

Herbal supplements are perhaps the most effective natural treatments for IBS. Such as, herbal tea, garlic, and peppermint oil, all prove therapeutic effects for IBS. Supplements derived from Aloe Vera are even more potential candidates as they eradicate symptoms in majority of the users.

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  1. Useful tips for a problem which troubles most.

  2. Good work…

  3. Useful tips and reinforcements.Keep posting.

  4. great article for this horrid problem!

  5. A great article tips and all good work from you

  6. helpful tips and an excellent article!! good work!

  7. Aloe Vera seems to be a cure-all!

  8. Great suggestions here!

  9. A very safe and effective herbal remedy.Thanks for the post.

  10. These herbal remedies are surely the way to good health.

  11. Always interested in natural remedies. My more urgent need is something for irritable spouse syndrome.

  12. Wonderful tips… great article :)

  13. useful article

  14. Great article with a helpful tips and suggestions…thanks for sharing…

  15. another informative article.

  16. Very well said Ken…If there is something I will let u know..I am also suffering from that … :) :) :)

  17. thanks for the share

  18. Good article. Thanks.

  19. Very helpful, Thanks

  20. My mom suffers from IBS. I think her cause is stress and diet. Your article is researched and well written. Thanks for sharing this informative article.
    Blessings to you,

  21. Thanks Chris for your reply….Nutrilite Brand launched a Natural Product ‘Fiber” it is very helpful in this…You can try this…Take Care..

  22. A very good article. IBS suffers should be cautious as a high fibre diet can increase symptoms. Oats are gentler than other grains and porridge for breakfast can help a lot. Everyone is different when it comes to trigger foods, but cutting out carbonated drinks, coffe and artificial sweeteners can lead to a significant improvement.

  23. Good! natural is the best. TX for sharing your wisdom.

  24. Please keep sharing your great work – very well done! wonderful remedies indeed..cheers 8) 8)

  25. Excellent work again, useful tips.

  26. Excellent tips, good article.

  27. It is suprising how mant people are afflicted with this! thanks for sharing your knowledge!

  28. Thank you for this article, cutedrishti8. I have never had IBS, but I have heard of it. Thanks for letting people with IBS know what to do if they experience it.

  29. Another great post.

  30. Your article is a follow-up to that of mine recently. Excellent!

  31. i have been there, so thanks for this!

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