5 Natural IBS Remedies

5 Natural IBS Remedies


Dealing with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) can be one of the most annoying and inconvenient experiences ever. Typical IBS symptoms include abdominal pain, constipation, and diarrhea. It is truly a debilitating condition as suffers usually experience these symptoms persistently. The worse part about this condition is not knowing that you have it. IBS is benign and not associated with more serious conditions such as irritable bowel disease, Crohn's disease, or colon cancer. However, IBS symptoms can mimic those of other more serious diseases, usually sending suffers to their primary doctor looking for answers.

Like millions of other Americans, if are suffering from persistent stomach and digestive issues, you may be suffering from IBS. Medication is available to ease the symptoms of IBS, however, some people feel better using natural remedies to help with IBS such as diet and exercise. 


We are going to give you a list of 5 natural remedies that may work for you if you suffer from IBS. Keep in mind, these are natural remedies that haven’t been extensively researched by big pharma but have been reported to provide some relief from suffers via forums and medical professionals. That being said, some of these solutions may work for you and some may not.


Disclaimer: These are popular remedies found on internet forums and should be considered as anecdotal at best. They are not scientifically verified and you should always consult your doctor before trying any over-the-counter treatment for IBS. 


1. Probiotics

Yogurt is a good source of probiotics

Probiotics are live bacteria that are found in fermented foods like yogurt and kefir have been cited as remedies for IBS. These added bacteria help balance the existing bacteria in your gut. However, because they do alter the amount and ratio of natural gut bacteria—which, in some cases, could be a bad thing. You should consult your doctor regarding the risks and benefits of probiotics for your situation.


2. Fiber

Fruits, vegetables and nuts are great sources of fiber that can help with IBS

Good old fiber. The American diet is notorious for being fiber deficient. There is some evidence that fiber can help IBS particularly if you have constipation-predominant IBS. However, those who have a lot of diarrhea, bloating and gas should avoid extra fiber.


3. Ginger

It is believed that the extract may help decrease inflammation, make the stomach lining stronger, and promote movement in the intestines

Ginger root contains special digestive enzymes that help relieve intestinal cramps and nausea associated with diarrhea. This root also has mild anti-inflammatory properties that may help abdominal pain and discomfort. Adding ginger root to your diet is relatively easy and is worth a try.


4. Calcium

Although there is no research support that taking calcium helps ease chronic diarrhea from IBS, success stories abound on online IBS support groups.

For those of you who suffer diarrhea dominate IBS, you may want to try a calcium supplement. Calcium promotes the contraction of gut muscles and reduces the amount of water in the intestines. This combination can contribute to better-formed stools. 


5. Exercise

Exercise reduces stress and that should help to reduce IBS symptoms.

Have you ever heard of the old saying that your mind and gut are connected? For many folks, exercise is a great way to relieve stress, depression, and anxiety. Stress relief can help relieve bowel discomfort by stimulating regular intestinal contractions. If you happen to be looking for a workout, check out our “Own your booty” workout blog.

It is important to keep in mind these are just natural remedies that could work for you. This is not medical advice. It is always best to check with your doctor in order to see what may work best for you.

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