Digestive problems are common and affect every day life. Whether it is irritable bowel syndrome, diarrhea or constipation or gas and stomach pain; these digestive conditions can make it impossible to simply enjoy a meal. There are various pharmaceutical drugs to resolve digestive issues; however, medicine often irritates the stomach, resulting in the trade of one set of digestive issues for another. And these medications often are only taking away the symptoms and not fixing the problem. There are some ways to resolve digestive problems that take a more natural approach:
Talk to your chiropractor: You may initially think that your digestive issues originate from problems your stomach, but your spine could be to blame. For instance, a study done by researchers in Japan show that people struggling with Crohn’s disease – an inflammation in the small intestine that causes a host of digestive issues – may have spinal subluxations that contribute to flare-ups of the disease. The study concluded that adjustments to the spine caused participants to have reduced levels of inflammation and, in some cases, complete remission of the disease. If you are struggling with digestive problems, talk to your chiropractor. You might be surprised how spinal adjustment may be able to help resolve the issue. If you don’t have a chiropractor, click here.
Check your gut bacteria: The bacteria in your intestinal track can play a role in the way your entire digestive system performs. If you are consistently faced with issues, the balance of good and bad bacteria in your gut may be way off. Since this is the bacteria that propels your stomach to function properly and help to break down the foods you eat, it is important that your gut bacteria strikes a healthy balance. At Roach Chiropractic Centre we have Douglas Labs Multi-Probiotic that promotes healthy gut bacteria.
Schedule your meals properly: Sometimes, digestive issues come down to what you eat and when. For instance, eating a greasy breakfast before your body has even had time to wake up can send you running to the nearest toilet, while eating a spicy meal 15 minutes before bedtime can keep you up with reflux half the night. Consider your day’s schedule, the activities you have planned and then schedule your food accordingly. You may be surprised to find how much eating certain foods at certain times, when correlated with more or less activity, may help to remedy some of your digestive problems. You may also be able to resolve long-term digestive problems with a change in diet. Going from a high calorie, high fat diet to a lower-calorie, lean protein-based eating incorporate more fresh foods and yogurt to help balance gut bacteria may be the best solution to digestive issues.
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