Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), popularly known as irritable bowel syndrome, is a functional digestive disorder characterized by recurrent abdominal pain associated with bloating, flatulence and changes in bowel movements, either diarrhea, constipation, or a combination of both. Characterized by the presence of pain. “It’s a disease…
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), popularly known as colon irritableis a functional digestive disorder characterized by the presence of recurrent abdominal pain associated with bloating, flatulence, and changes in bowel movements, either diarrhea, constipation, or a combination of both.
,It is an underdiagnosed disease and, usually, diagnosis is achieved based on symptoms. This fact generates some frustration among patients, because sometimes the environment makes the discomfort experienced relative to, despite the fact that the most acute cases can be disabling.“, Indicates Dr. Ana Isabel Ortiz Gutierrez, Health Sector Manager of Grupo Pharmaciera.
In the summer we often make drastic changes in our habits, and it is important to maintain healthy lifestyle habits and follow certain guidelines to control the increase in symptoms as much as possible.
Clinical symptoms of IBS tend to coincide with temporary episodes derived from abundant food intake or a significant change in our diet, so it is common for people affected by this pathology to suffer more at this time of year than ever before. However, by following a few simple guidelines, the digestion process of these people can be facilitated, some of them are simple such as: eating a proper diet, controlling the amount of food eaten, exercising in moderation and consuming food. to help us. specific probiotics.
The effects of probiotics should always be supported by the specific strain or combination of specific strains that have been shown, either individually or in combination through clinical studies, to have a beneficial effect on IBS symptoms.
In this sense, Unique Onion 35624®, from Bifidobacterium Longum Naturally abundant in healthy individuals, it has been shown to be effective against all symptoms of irritable bowel, helping to improve intestinal well-being and improving the quality of life of IBS patients.
- The diet of a person with irritable bowel should guarantee a healthy, complete, varied, balanced, adequate and attractive diet.
- Try to cut down on high-calorie and high-calorie dishes, which affect our digestive system.
- Limit or avoid certain foods in your diet because they can worsen IBS symptoms, such as:
Foods that cause gas and bloating (legumes, cauliflower, onions, nuts, soft drinks, cereals, rice and wholemeal bread, peppers, cucumber, asparagus and spinach, among others).
carbonated drinks, coffee, chocolate, wine
high fat foods
- Avoid alcohol and tobacco consumption as smoking is an environmental risk factor that exacerbates the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome and alcohol can irritate your gastrointestinal mucosa and cause poor absorption.
- Sleep and give yourself breaks when needed. The connection between the brain and the gut underscores the importance of getting a good rest and keeping track of your sleeping hours.