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Find out what makes your stomach upset with you

Certain eatables can send you to the bathroom as soon as they are consumed. For example, excessive cheese, a spicy feast, cake flour pasta etc. However, if you’re amongst the 15 per cent of Indians, who ail with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), you might be an easy target for bloating, diarrhea, constipation, and cramps.

Let’s find out what causes Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS):

You are fond of bread and pasta

People usually believe that only gluten leads to wheat belly, however it’s actually dietary fructans (fermentable sugar) that regularly trigger IBS in the body. It is difficult for the body to break fructans. Once they enter into the large bowel, the bacterium in your gut devours them up, releasing burps.

You’re not working out regularly

Inactive people are more prone to show up IBS symptoms, as compared to those who work out regularly. Apart from alleviating stress and anxiety, exercising can add the good bacteria in our gut, other than the diet.

You’re regular at taking booze

The sugars content in liquors may differ, which is why some can be served as food for gut bacteria. This results in the fermentation and creation of extreme gas and bloating. Taking booze moderately can help you to avoid the symptoms of ISB.

You have a deficiency of vitamin D

Extreme deficiency of vitamin D—vitamin that’s vital for gut health—in people who have irritable bowel syndrome. A study showed that people who consumed vitamin D supplements experienced alleviation in symptoms, like bloating, diarrhea, and constipation.

If you feel exhausted or suffer from severe anxiety, focusing on your mental health may act as a bonus for improving your tummy ailments. Consult your doctor regarding stress-management therapies, or take an appointment with a psychologist.

 

Basanti has been in the healthcare industry for over five years. Aside from performing tasks as a digital marketer and social media expert, he is a professional journalism graduate with exceptional experiences on healthcare issues, business ventures, and current trends that pose as a significant factor in the development of India as a globalized nation, and competitive workforce.

Basanti Choudhary

Basanti has been in the healthcare industry for over five years. Aside from performing tasks as a digital marketer and social media expert, he is a professional journalism graduate with exceptional experiences on healthcare issues, business ventures, and current trends that pose as a significant factor in the development of India as a globalized nation, and competitive workforce.

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