Irritable Bowel Syndrome

New opportunities without medication can lead to healing an irritable bowel syndrome is a disorder of the stomach and intestinal tract. It no organic disturbances. Trigger of this mysterious disease are often psychological stress such as anxiety, panic attacks or stress. Who can it meet? Younger adults, but also those who are in the middle ages. Even when children have this diagnosis was created. Many people today are under constant stress. You must pay more, whether at school, at work or during leisure time. Everything is focused on performance.

There can no longer keep the gut and reacted annoyed. Also the daily meals are partial to hastily down looped or fast-food programs are too often on the menu. What are the distinguishing features of irritable bowel? The irritable bowel syndrome is noticeable by a number of typical, often excruciating discomfort: pain and cramps in the entire abdominal area. Diarrhea or constipation or both together in the Exchange. The bowel movement is mushy, watery, or hard. What chances do those affected? Psychotherapeutic treatments can help here: progressive muscle relaxation (PMR) and other relaxation exercises, hypnosis, behavior therapy and psychotherapy are individually inserted in irritable bowel syndrome. Even a slow nutrition on low-carbohydrate base, can be very helpful. The author Bajwa got their sustained over years intestinal problems in the handle with a changeover to low-carbohydrate diet.

Various books by the author have appeared on the subject of intestinal and diet: “My friendly kitchen” is a cooking and baking book for the delicate and sensitive intestines. unsustainable conditions”is their own experience report and Advisor. “International low carb-cuisine” was as e-book published and 30 recipes are available to choose from. The author Bajpai was born in Bremen, Germany in 1964 and worked for several years in the food industry. For over 20 years, it is used by the District Court of Bremen as a volunteer carer for a disabled person. She writes books about low-carbohydrate diet in terms of on the intestine.

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