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    Irritable bowel is hard to manage, but is a big problem for some individuals. But is it true that irritable bowel is hard to manage? Are there easier ways to manage it? Although irritable bowel can be easy for some, it’s hard for others who have more severe cases of the syndrome. Thesis: I'm supposed to write an essay about how irritable bowel is hard to manage but that isn't always true, personally I have irritable bowel and it can be easier some days rather than others. what is IBS? Many people don’t know what this syndrome is or how to take care of it. Irritable Bowel Syndrome, also known as IBS, is described as a disorder in which you experience abdominal pain and other symptoms. Typically, these other symptoms include diarrhea, vomiting, constipation, and altering episodes of both diarrhea and constipation. Most of the time, before you know you have IBS and know how to treat it, your daily schedule is having recurrent abdominal pain from your diet and other factors such as stress. Statistics from aboutIBS.org shows “Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is the most common functional gastrointestinal (GI) disorder with worldwide prevalence rates ranging generally in the area of 10–15%.”. Most people actually have (about 40% of people) some form of mild IBS. There is also evidence that one of the…

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    The human body is not something that can maintain its strength forever. Once in a while, it is bound to break down and become vulnerable to different diseases; some curable, some not and some not even known by humanity. In Sherry Jacobsen’s “Diagnosis Discomfort”, she write about an illness that most people are unaware of known irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). To begin with, the medical model of disease is the foundation of health and illness and has various aspects. The model functions with a…

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    Description of the Problem: Irritable Bowel Syndrome is a well-known condition involving constant abdominal pain, bloating, diarrhea or constipation and gas. It is commonly referred to as “IBS”. There are many factors that can expose a person to this illness. Similar to many illnesses there are certain ways you can avoid them. Dr. Anitha Anchan, a parent and doctor, said, “IBS can be prevented in two ways – either avoid the risk factors or the triggers to prevent symptoms of IBS.” When Dr.…

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    Problem Statement Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is one of the most common functional gastrointestinal (GI) disorders affecting more women than men under the age of 50 (Lindfors, Ljótsson, Bjornsson, Abrahamsson, & Simrén, 2013). El-Salhy and Gundersen (2015) defines IBS as intermittent left lower abdominal pain/discomfort, altered bowel habits and abdominal bloating/distention. Although IBS is not known to progress into a more serious disease or cause death, it can drastically reduce…

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    The experience with Irritable bowel syndrome has its ups and downs. It can damage the internal organs if you do not eat right and use the bathroom regularly. The intestine is the main source in causes of Irritable bowel syndrome. Psychology training your body can help prevent it from getting worse, even if the doctor prescribes you medication. My experience with Irritable bowel syndrome is very hard and has been very difficult to manage. When I was younger, I experienced having a lot of…

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    Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a communal disorder that disturbs the large intestine in 5-20% of adults. With this gastrointestinal disorder, it would commonly give a person abdominal pain, bloating, cramps, constipation, diarrhea, and gas. Irritable bowel syndrome is classified into four different categories which are IBS with constipation (IBS-C), IBS with diarrhea (IBS-D), mixes IBS (IBS-M), and un-subtype IBS (IBS-U) (Bethesda, 2013). There are patients that have reported discontinuous…

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    onquer Irritable Bowel Syndrome: Heal From the Inside Out If you've ever been caught in the painful grips of gastrointestinal pain, there is hope, and it may be as easy as changing your diet. Irritable bowel syndrome can be mildly uncomfortable or completely debilitating. It affects nearly 20% of the U. S. population, and this health concern is right up there among the top causes of missed work. The good news is that there is a solution. Avoid Certain Foods Problems in the GI tract can begin…

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    Emily Mahana Sister Christensen NUTR 7 October 2015 The Effects of Dietary Change on IBS Irritable Bowel Syndrome is not a disease, but is a health condition/disorder that consists of a group of atypical symptoms. Irritable Bowel Syndrome, or IBS, causes pain around the stomach area of an individual, as well as contributes to abnormal excretion. Although this condition has been known by other names, professionals found that this name describes the condition best, because it is both a mental and…

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    cramp. Oh no, not now, you start to think. You start looking around the room looking for the closest bathroom. You politely excuse yourself from the table and sprint to the bathroom only to find a line. You’re sweating because of the pain, nauseous, and anxious you’re going to have an accident right here in front of everyone. This is how it can feel for someone suffering from irritable bowel syndrome. The fact is irritable bowel syndrome (or commonly referred to as IBS) is the most commonly…

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    Irritable bowel syndrome or better known as IBS is the digestive disease I have chosen to discuss. This disease effects the colon which is the large intestine in the digestive system. IBS is a chronic condition which causes cramping, abdominal pain, bloating, gas, diarrhea and constipation. (MAYO CLINIC) IBS can be a very uncomfortable condition but is not fatal or does not cause change in bowel tissue which this can increase the risk of getting colorectal cancer. Very few people get serious…

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