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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

Lyme Disease and Fibromyalgia The Surprising Connection

Speaker 1: Hello and thank you for joiningme. Today we're going to be covering a really important and hot topic, both for patientand , the controversy surrounding chronic Lyme disease. If you are that I recommendyou pause and take the time to read our disclaimer, but we're going to jump right into the informationhere. Right on Medscape, which is a common publication mainly s read, but thisis called quot;The Lyme Culture Testquot; and is causing an uproar. This is really where Burrascanois talking about a brand new blood test. Joseph Burrascano is one of the leaders inLyme disease and teaching patients about chronic Lyme disease, is really champion in the area,and he is working with a team to develop a

new blood test that keeps the Lyme alive foreight weeks once it's taken out of the body and here's why. When Lyme disease is taken out of the body,it changes shape. Here on this image, let me show you. In the dark field microscope,you can see the spirochete. You'll see here the squigglylike line, corkscrew organism,which is the spirochete, and what's happening here is, as soon as it leaves the body orthe deer or the animal or whatever, because this is a symbiotic organism, it changes shape,it goes into hiding. If you do this, only about 40% of the patients can even see itin the initial taking the blood out of the

body and putting it under the microscope witha silver nitrate stain. This is the way to do it. This is the best al way to doit. The problem is, it can go dormant for eight weeks and hide inside cells, intracellular,it would be very hard to find, and they are developing a blood test for serology to keepthe blood alive to do that. While that's exciting, but in addition to that, on the same platform,we see CBC. We see Barbara Johnson PhD from CBC, really giving s strict guidelines,what to look for. Here she is talking about, make sure you have the symptoms, the patient'sin the right geography, they have the right behaviors around Lyme disease, and when youdo that, make sure you're first providing

a twostep process, testing first for theELISA and then for the Western Blot. Let me show you why there's some problemswith that ally, and this could be very helpful for s and patients. Burrascanoand his team have been researching, trying to work with this blood test. As a ian,you can see dark field is the past form of diagnosis, but it can go in dormancy for eightweeks, so it's not visible for every patient, and CBC is saying, let's make sure we havethe symptoms, behavior in place. When we take a deeper look at the CBC's recommendations,what we typically see here is that the rash isn't present in both patients. About 25%to 50% might see the rash, most do not. When

the tick bites you, it gives you kind of ananesthetic feeling, so you can't really sense that you were even bitten. That's one problem. Secondly, Lyme disease is far beyond justthe New England states or the East Coast. It is all over the US, all over Canada. It'snot just in one central region, so that doesn't help us, making sure the people are in theright geography because Lyme is everywhere, Canada, US. The third one is, they are recommending youuse ELISA and Western Blot, which is okay, but what about with the patients who are veryill and their immune system is too weak. These

are immune system tests that require an aminoacid. They require the means for them to respond. If someone is too weak or on medications orsteroids because they have been diagnosed with another disease or being symptomaticallytreated, for fibromyalgia or another disease like that, then they will not respond. Theywill get a falsenegative. This is really important, and the bottom line is, you'regoing to make sure that, for the patient to get the correct diagnosis, the right testingis done. Because if you see what can happen here is the can take these systemsand go Boom, right into fibromyalgia, lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, and use painkillers,antidepressants, antiinflammatory drugs,

Adrenal Fatigue Related Health Conditions

This is Lam. Adrenal Fatiguerelated healthconditions can be broadly classified into five main areas. First, we have metabolicsystem imbalances. Now, anybody with severe Adrenal Fatigue will be able to tell you thatthey have a problem maintaining their blood sugar at a level that is very, very steady.Part of the reason is because hypoglycemia is commonly associated with Adrenal Fatigue,even though, if you measure the blood level of the sugar, it is considered normal andnot considered low. This is normally due to a combination of low cortisol and a high insulinlevel when the body is under stress. The normal stress response by the adrenal gland is toincrease the blood sugar level. However, glucose

release is slowed as the output of cortisolreduces during later stages of Adrenal Fatigue, such as what happens in adrenal exhaustion.Hypoglycemia itself is a significant stress on the entire body, especially on the adrenal,so you have a vicious cycle that goes on. While this can be overcome by sugar fixesinitially, in mild Adrenal Fatigue – and that's why people take CocaCola, or PepsiCola, or pop drinks, as well as donuts or juices to give themselves that little boost,this is only a quick fix, and usually the symptoms will come back after only a shorttime, usually within one or two hours. This cycle, if it continues, this will make theperson more drained, and towards the end of

the day, the person will feel nearly exhausted,without having done anything. Low blood sugar is usually most likely to occur, therefore,around 10 AM and 2 PM, as well as from 34 PM. Hypoglycemia is also related to the autonomicnervous system dysfunction, which we will describe later. Secondly, we have a musculoskeletalsystem breakdown. Now, collagen and protein are broken down in a catabolic state of functionduring Adrenal Fatigue. This can lead to chronic pain syndromes, joint pain, chronic fatigue,and fibromyalgia. It must be remembered that the glucocorticoids, primarily cortisol, aresteroidal hormones produced by the adrenal glands as a response to stress. Cortisol outputis high in stage 1 and stage 2, and then as

the Adrenal Fatigue progresses, the cortisoloutput often is pushed to the limit, and then finally goes down. As cortisol goes up, oneof the side effects of this hormone is the breakdown of protein, resulting in an overallnet catabolic state, meaning the amount of buildup of the muscle is less than the amountof breakdown, so as a result, broken down muscles are not adequately replaced. Collagenis broken down without significant replenishment. Outwardly, wrinkles start to develop as prematureaging sets in. Internally, organs and muscle breakdowns tends to lead to chronic muscleand joint pains of unknown origin, especially after strenuous exercise or heavy lifting.Adrenal Fatigue therefore is often associated

with poor ability to digest protein, as wellas the gastrointestinal systems tend to slow down. This will only add to the musculoskeletalpain and syndromes. It should come, therefore, as no surprise that that secondary fibromyalgiaand chronic fatigue are commonly associated with adrenal exhaustion. Third, we go intoneurological system dysfunctions, and this can be divided into various categories. BecauseAdrenal Fatigue can lead to insomnia, sleep disturbances, brain fog, anxiety and depressionif the central nervous system is involved. Peripheral nervous system dysfunction is oftenassociated with orthostatic hypertension, dizziness, lightheadedness, temperature intolerance,fainting spells, tingling and numbness sensation

of extremities, as well as sweating disregulation.First we talked about central nervous system imbalances. When you have imbalances of theadrenal gland, then what starts to happen is you have sleep disorders. Both too highand too low nighttime cortisol level can cause sleep disturbances. Waking up between 13AM is a characteristic of low blood sugar during this time, as well as cortisol imbalances.Sometimes it is accompanied by nightmares, sudden onset of heart palpitations, anxietyattacks, and cold sweats. Chronic lack of sleep is strongly associated with decreasedimmunity, as well, and impaired glucose intolerance, as well as the decreased alertness and concentration.Cortisol, DHEA, testosterone, and estrogen

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