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Do you suffer from excess wind, feelings of bloating, pain in the abdomen or frequent boats of diarrhoea?
If so there’s a chance you are one of the many people that suffers from IBS, it’s a painful and rather distressing condition.
The good news is there’s no need to suffer in silence any more, there are a number of treatments to try for IBS and reflexology is just one of the options available.
Before you book a course of reflexology, learn a little more about irritable bowel syndrome and find out how to cope with the condition.
Early warning signs are classic in cases of IBS, they might include any of the following:
Other symptoms can also include…
As we mentioned earlier, reflexology is a proven, holistic treatment that’s very effective at dealing with symptoms of IBS. It’s deeply relaxing and restores order and harmony to your body, suffer from an irritable bowel and you’ve nothing to lose by giving it a try.
Other ways of coping with IBS include drinking plenty of water, keeping a food diary so you can eliminate food that exaggerates the symptoms and avoiding spicy meals that are likely to give you wind.
Plus there are a number of preventative measures you can take to reduce the impact of IBS and they might include any of the following suggestions…