IBS can have several causes. Some of these include:
Small intestine bacterial overgrowth can hinder your intestines’ ability to do their job properly. In fact, it’s estimated that 84% of IBS cases are down to SIBO.
These are a known trigger of IBS. If your immune system reacts to a certain food, it can impair your digestion.
This can be both a cause and symptom of IBS, as your gut and your brain are talking to each other constantly via the gut-brain axis.
Intestinal hyperpermeability, otherwise known as leaky gut, can trigger an immune reaction. The resulting inflammation can lead to digestive disturbance and IBS.
Family conflict, severe illness or the death of a loved one childhood increase the risk of developing IBS later in life.
Research has found that IBS sufferers tend to have overactive nervous systems, which affects the digestive process.
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IBS can be resolved easily in some, while others will need more support. Start with these three steps:
This can help you to make connections between certain foods and your symptoms.
This is known to play a role in IBS. Learn what makes you relax, and make it a non-negotiable part of your schedule every day.
These have been found to alleviate symptoms, especially when combined with dietary changes.
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