Treating Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Irritable bowel syndrome which many know it by abbreviation as IBS is a condition which affects the large intestines as by its it bowel whose function I to make and store the stool, the condition is highly manifesting among people in the age group of twenty five to forty.
A condition by which the colon which is in charge of pushing digested materials becomes so much sensitive it is referred as Irritable bowel syndrome, this conditions effects cannot be estimated since it means that a whole system of digestion is in miscommunication.
People who are experiencing Irritable bowel syndrome symptoms find a hrd time in controling it since they it is a communication based condition between the mind and the digestive system.
The Irritable bowel syndrome is known to be highly affected by diet some of the noted diets that cause the condition are; alcohol, caffeine, fatty foods, cabbage, beans and nuts thus the condition will be manifested in the individuals in a different way.
Diarrhea is one of the most common symptoms to identify the condition and in most of the time is hard to control due to its behavior but generally it happens during the day and it is hard it happens at night.
The movement digested waste materials caused by the activation of the hamper and the spasms causes the individual to experience a lot of constipation.
Another common characteristics of a person suffering from this condition is the pain in the lower stomach and cramps which starts when the individual has taken a meal and stops after he/she has had a bowel movement.
The treatment of Irritable bowel syndrome is done by change of lifestyle and the diet and understanding the condition, this is due to the fact that this condition is caused by diet related issue and by taking friendly foods to the condition one can eventually be able to control the condition.
Fibre which comes in two forms is one of the most used foods to control the condition one form is the soluble fibre which can be found in oats, bananas, apples, barley, carrots, potatoes, golden linseeds and rye and the insoluble fibre found in wholegrain bread, nuts, cereals and bran.
During a condition of diarrhea individuals are advised to take less soluble and take more soluble fibres.
Patients are also advised to avoid missing a meal so as to avoid the gaps caused in the digestive system also having regular meals is always a priority so as to keep the system occupied.