Migraine, Depression And Chronic Pain For IBS Sufferers by N.J. Doctor

Migraine, Depression And Chronic Pain For IBS Sufferers

People with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) are more likely to suffer migraines or depression than other individuals.

In the largest study of its kind, J. Alexander Cole and colleagues from Boston University, found that IBS suffers were 40% more likely to suffer from depression and 60% more likely to suffer from migraines. The occurrence of fibromyalgia was 1.8 times greater in these individuals to.

In addition to the usual symptoms of IBS; diarrhea, bloating, cramping; constipation; nausea, headache, depression or anxiety, Cole and other doctors now fear that many more problems could visit the IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) sufferer.

One in every five Americans has some form of the ailment, making it one of the most commonly diagnosed modern day disorders. And although the condition can’ be cured, it can be maintained and controlled.

A healthy diet is the first step to keeping irritable bowel syndrome under control. Stress management to will serve a person well in keeping their symptoms from flaring and hopefully avoiding all the additional problems IBS (Irritable Bowel Sybdrome) can cause. Seeking a sound diagnosis, working with a trained professional in nutrition and mental health will help to keep the IBS, migraines and depression in check.

I have worked with hundreds of clients dealing with IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome), depression and Migraines and have had significant relief with most people. Call 201.618.3534 or email me at Rob@drrobertg.com

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