“Is IBS a genetic disorder, or hereditary?” is a question that comes up often. We all want to know WHY we have IBS, can IBS run in the family, and more importantly how we can get relief.… Read more
One particularly unpleasant symptom that a number of IBS sufferers deal with is nausea and vomiting.
I used to vomit regularly as a child, and continued to do so quite regularly as an adult, so I know that volatile and utterly wretched feeling very well.… Read more
IBS: Are you doing this too? Bracing yourself – with food, with people, with family and social situations?
I recently took a plane. And in the middle of the safety instructions, they said that if we heard “Brace, brace, brace” we should protect our head and brace ourselves.… Read more
This weekend I had a personal victory. Over something that for many years I thought was impossible to change : multiple chemical sensitivity. If you had told me this would be the case a few years ago I would have replied “That’s Impossible”.… Read more
We are all different, and each of us has our unique version of IBS. So can there be a cure for IBS?
Like me, you’ve probably read many miracle stories for IBS – and sighed.
All those stories of “DO THIS and you will be cured”.… Read more
You may be experiencing your IBS getting worse, and be wondering why. Will it get better, or will it become something more sinister? Here is what is happening, and what you can do about it.
Why is my IBS getting worse
It’s a classic.… Read more
Can you suddenly develop IBS? Absolutely! When IBS starts it is often like a flash of lightening. A fuse that blows and reprogrammes our most basic bodily functions to act in a crazy new way. And when your bowel movements changed.… Read more
I had no idea I could recover from IBS.
I stayed stuck with IBS for many years because I was told I had physical reasons for having IBS, and that I would probably suffer from IBS for the rest of my life.… Read more
Is there a way out of IBS? I believe there is for anyone who is really sick of their IBS, and more than ready for change.
The IBS Maze
Have you ever been in a maze somewhere and just couldn’t find the way out?… Read more
All IBS sufferers know pain. Stomach pain, back pain, abdominal pain, pain under the ribcage to name a few popular spots. This can go from light indigestion for the lucky ones, to a regular diffuse dull pain that knocks your enthusiasm – to intense stabbing pains that knock you for six.… Read more