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How To Reverse And Cure Irritable Bowel Syndrome Within Days

Thank you for tuning into this tutorial today.This tutorial is going to be a comprehensive tutorial about irritable bowel syndrome. Irritablebowel syndrome is a condition that I've seen now for almost 30 years in the , a long,long time. It's quite a common complaint that affects probably between 10 to 15 percentof the population in the western world at any given time.It's not uncommon to get patients in with functional bowel disturbances. In fact, theyprobably make up about 10 percent of what a medical practitioner would see in his orher at any given time and probably account for about 50 percent of all the casesthat a gastroenterologist or bowel specialist

would see. Let's just first look at the signs and symptomsthat encompass irritable bowel syndrome. The typical signs and symptoms that we would seewould be bloating and gas. There could be all sorts of uncomfortable sensations in thegut. There could be spasms or cramping sensations, constipation and diarrhea, particularly alternatingconstipation and diarrhea, are common with irritable bowel syndrome. What's not common, however, is to see a patientwho's bleeding from the bowel or have anemia, low iron counts, or would have fevers. Sweatsat night. Those sorts of things that don't

tend to really be irritable bowel syndrome.I would refer you go to a gastroenterologist for scoping because you may have inflammatorybowel syndrome, which is a separate complaint. That's an autoimmune disease. It's less commonthan irritable bowel syndrome, but we still see it in the quite regularly, particularlyulcerative colitis, which would be the feature of another entire tutorial that I'll do at somestage. It's interesting when I went to America in2003 for some training, I heard Alan Gaby speaking. Alan Gaby is a past presidentof the American Holistic Medical Association, and Gaby calls IBS a quot;garbage can diagnosis.quot;Garbage can diagnosis is a condition he believes

is the one where the s throw peoplein a rubbish tin and hope that someone else will take it away because they're in the quot;toohardquot; basket. Functional complaints like adrenal fatigue, Candida diagnosis, irritable bowelsyndrome; these are what Gaby calls a garbage can diagnosis. I would tend to agree because it's very easyto see a patient in a fiveminute time slot and then say to the patient, quot;Well, we'llrun all the tests. But if we can't find anything, we might give you an antidepressant. Or ifit's irritable bowel syndrome (which I see a lot), we'll just put you on a fiber supplement.quot;So that's a bit of a cop out because western

medical s don't tend to really be interestedin looking at causes of conditions. They'd rather treat the symptoms that are presenting.Which is really unfortunate for the patient because if a patient has had a functionalbowel complaint for many years, that can lead to anxiety and depression. And not only that,if a functional bowel complaint goes on for a long, long period of time, that can evenlead to diseases in its own right, many types of conditions. Let's now explore the four main causes thatI would tend to see a lot with irritable bowel syndrome. I'm just going to grab my note sheethere. The common ones I would see with patients

would be allergies. Allergies are quite common.We'll go into that in a minute. Bugs, all kinds of bugs patients can present with, whichcan often cause IBS. We're looking at Candida or parasites, small intestinal bowel overgrowth.Stress is a really big one. Stress is often not spoken about with the bowel. And intolerances.Let's clearly understand that food intolerances and food allergies are two entirely differentthings. People often get them confused. Allergies are associated with the immune system. Andthe common allergies I would see with IBS would be dairy allergies, probably numberone. Hyman on YouTube, and many other s,believe that gluten's the big one, but I don't

IBS Symptoms and Treatment Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Hi, How are youé This is Ken Redcross,again. Welcome to the quot;Redcross Minute.quot; What are we going to talk about todayé You know,my practice is probably about 80 percent women. Some of the things that can be common ormore common in women is that of stomach issues. In particular, quot;IBSquot; or IrritableBowel Syndrome. IBS is something that has really plagued us in the medical society fora long time. But now we have some alternatives. We know about Amitiza and some of the othermedications that are great for that. But, once again, if you know Redcross, quot;lessis morequot; when it comes to medicine, so we try to go back to the holistic part. So, ifwe go back to holistic areas, we know that

we have a GI treating this a certainway. I like to treat it with Peppermint Oil. Peppermint Oil is shown to be very beneficialfor those who do have IBS, or Irritable Bowel Syndrome. So, once again, take a look at that.Read a little about Peppermint Oil, and consider that for your IBS. It has worked miraclesfor a lot of women in my practice, and I want you to know about it as well. Once again,that's a Redcross Minute.

Yoga For Digestion Flow

Hey everyone. Welcome to Yoga with Adriene.I'm Adriene and today we have a digestive flow sequence to make you glow. This is theperfect pick me up if you've been taking it easy, or you just got done with a big event,or perhaps during the holiday season you've been taking good care and nurturing your body,eating nice yummy heavy foods, and you're craving a little kick back into a workoutroutine or a yoga practice. This is the perfect sequence for you. It's going to massage theinternal organs, and get those digestive enzymes moving and flowing, and overall just bringa little heat to the body during these cold winter months. So, even if it's hot outside,this will be a nice sequence to make you sweat.

So, get in something comfy, and hop on themat, and giddyup. Let's go. All right, let's begin in extended child'spose, taking a deep breath in and finding a long exhale out. And we'll spread the palmsand in your own time rise up to all fours, drawing the knees underneath the hips andthe wrist underneath the shoulders. Inhale, dropping the belly. Exhale, curling the tailboneunder, relaxing the crown of the head. Catcow, moving with your breath. Take a moment toclose the eyes here. Press up and out of the earth, and really connect to this line fromthe crown of the head to the tip of the tailbone, and everything in between. Commit to yourbreath for this practice. As you curl the

toes under, walk the palms out, and take thedeepest breath in as you send the sit bones up and back. Exhale, downward facing dog. Take a moment here to dance a little. Checkit out. Paddle the feet. Find movement. Connect to the energy of your practice today. So,we are doing more than just a yoga workout, but really exploring the practice, and whateverit plans to serve up today. When you're ready, bend the knees softly and we're going to walkup towards the front edge of the mat, settling in to Uttanasana here. This is a great opportunityto let go of the day thus far, and again drop into the practice. Find what feels good here.You can clasp the elbows. Rock a little side

to side. Relax the head. And then wheneveryou're ready press into your feet, and on an inhale, we're going to lift up to a niceflat back position, just halfway here. Deep breath in. On an exhale, float it down.Then bend your knees softly, tuck your chin into your chest and begin to roll it up intomountain pose. Take a moment here to loop the shoulders, check in with the neck. Letgo of any tension here as you breathe deep and stay connected with your feet. Work itout. Draw your palms to your heart now, coming into mountain pose or Tadasana, with mindfulness,a sense of you. And we'll begin to move. Inhale, reaching the fingertips up overhead. Exhale,down through the midline we flow. Inhale,

halfway lift. Exhale, soften and bow. Inhale,reach it all the way back up. Deep breath in. Breathe, breathe, breathe. And exhale,hands to heart. Awesome. Inhale, reach it up. Full breath in. Exhale, soft knees asyou forward fold. Inhale, halfway lift. Exhale, bow. Now, step or hop the feet back to plank. Don'tpanic. Find a little movement here and then slowly we'll lower all the way down to thebelly. On a deep breath in, open your heart, your chest cobra. And then exhale, we release.Curling the toes under and sending it up and back. Downdog. Deep breath in. Long breathout. And then on an inhale we step, float,

or hop towards the front edge of our mat.Forward fold. Inhale. Halfway lift. Move with your breath. Exhale, bow. Inhale, reach itall the way up. Spread your fingertips and exhale to the heart. Sweet. Inhale, reachit up. Exhale, forward fold. Inhale, halfway lift. Long neck. Exhale. Step, float, or hopthe feet back. Plank. Now, we can lower down to cobra or Chaturangato updog. Find softness in your Vinyasa here. Together we'll meet. Downward facing dog.This time inhale. Send the right leg up. Exhale all the way up and into your lunge. From thelow lunge, we'll take a deep breath in and on an exhale let the heart open. Radiate forward.Plant the left palm next to the right foot

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