You may mistakenly believe you have a stomach bug or Irritable Bowel Syndrome symptoms. The symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome can vary from one person to another and even change over time.
Anyone with chronic digestive problems should see a doctor. You can also get a free consultation from Mesas Top Natural Doctor.
The Telltale Signs of Irritable Bowel Syndrome
It's fine when you wake up in the morning. A few hours later, you feel fine and you rush to the toilet. Then you experience an intestinal cramp that causes you to miss classes or a meeting.
What are the symptoms and signs of IBS? It is not the same for everyone. Someone who has one set of symptoms might experience another set. It is difficult to diagnose. A healthcare provider should rule out other conditions and give the official diagnosis.
The following symptoms are typical for irritable bowel syndrome:
Constipation is a chronic condition.
Frequent gas and flatulence can sometimes be accompanied by abdominal pain.
Mucous on the stools
Possible causes of Irritable Bowel syndrome
Normal intestinal contractions occur in a regular, smooth motion known as peristalsis. If the contractions are disrupted, constipation, cramps, and diarrhea can occur. Irritated bowel syndrome may be diagnosed if the condition is persistent or severe. Irritatable bowel syndrome isn't something doctors can diagnose.
Poor diet, low fiber diet, miscommunications (or problems with hormones) between the nervous and digestive systems, food allergies, sensitivities, and stress are possible causes.
Colon hydrotherapists, holistic health practitioners, believe that diet plays an important role in the relief and cause of symptoms such as irritable bowel syndrome. It is hard to digest and difficult to get rid of a diet high in meat, poultry, processed foods, and junk food.
Fiber is an indigestible substance found in plants. Fiber acts as a little broom that sweeps waste out of the colon. The colon may become clogged if you don't eat enough fiber.