Irritable Bowel Syndrome

What is Irritable Bowel Syndrome?

IBS affects the large intestine and is a fairly common disorder. Constipation, diarrhea, bloating, gas, and cramping are common symptoms of this condition.
Described as a chronic, functional disorder of the small intestine, it is associated with discomfort, diarrhea, and pain. In western medicine, the exact cause of irritable bowel syndrome is still unknown.
An IBS condition is called grahani in Ayurveda, which means that this disorder eclipses the intestine’s ability to digest. The condition is called grahani in which the bowels lose control and its absorption is weakened.

What are the causes of Irritable Bowel Syndrome?

1.Consumption of too much food or excessive fasting
2.Eating junk/packaged food
3.Eating again before digestion of the previous meal is complete
4.Consuming ill-suited food
5.Constant loose motion, diarrhea, or food poisoning
6.A diet high in heavy, cold, dry, junk, and polluted foods
7.Unnatural suppression of natural urges
8.Poor sleep habits
9.Anger, grief, or fear
10.Weak digestion caused by chronic illness
11.Weakened immune system
12.Constant travel and change of places

What are the symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome?

1.Loss of weight
2.A nighttime diarrhea
3.The rectal bleeding
4.Anemia due to iron deficiency
5.Vomiting without apparent cause
6.An inability to swallow
7.Passing gas or having a bowel movement does not relieve persistent pain

Ayurveda treatment for Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Personalized treatment

Eliminate the cause

Shodhana Chikitsa or The Digestive Detox

Shaman Chikitsa or The Toxin Removal Treatment