If you have been trying to solve your IBS for a long time, there may be something you are missing. IBS is a big job, much bigger than you probably realise.… Read more
Do you suffer with IBS and feel sensitive? Are you a sensitive person?
In my work with IBS sufferers, I have found that many are just like me – sensitive people.… Read more
Many of us want to travel with IBS – especially now Covid seems to have settled in most places. While there are no magic wand solutions to make travelling with IBS easy, here are my top tips to travel better and enjoy your holiday more.… Read more
April 19th is IBS Awareness Day. Awareness around IBS is important, because it tends to be an invisible handicap, seemingly without solutions.
People think of IBS as being like just a little tummy ache.… Read more
Did you know that your inner critic could be one of your IBS triggers? One that is keeping a pattern of feeling bad in your life and potentially creating, or intensifying certain IBS symptoms.… Read more
Do you have IBS and are worried that you might not be getting the nutrients you need to support your health? When you are limited with what you can eat (which, let’s face it, most of us with IBS are), it’s normal to be concerned about how you can get more vitamins and minerals in an attempt to stay healthy.… Read more
For me, feeling alone behind the mask was one of the worst parts of IBS.
Putting on the “Everything is fine” mask during the day.
Then getting home and putting on that “I’m doing what I can” mask while doing the chores and then bloating on the coach.… Read more
Have you ever noticed that it is when you are in the midst of your next IBS flare-up, that you take the LEAST care of yourself?
Even if there is no miracle fix once you have been triggered, BEING PREPARED really is the best way to reduce the anxiety and the pain.… Read more