Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

What May Be The Possible Complaints In Case of Irritable Bowel Syndrome? Generally there are two basic kinds of irritable bowel syndrome. Signs and symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome along with diarrhea consist of abdominal discomfort or soreness, bloating as well … Continue reading →

Diarrhea – Symptoms, Causes & Treatment

Diarrhea can be defined as the frequent need to pass stool which is watery and loose. This condition might last for days, depending on the acuteness of the problem. Diarrhea can have many forms and it is important to distinguish between them before … Continue reading →

Colon Diseases

Introduction Because our body is made up of so many different parts, it is important to understand how each of these parts works to live a healthy life. It is essential for a person to realize the importance of each … Continue reading →

Colon Health – Probiotics Are Good For You

We don’t normally like to think of it but humans have a symbiotic relationship with many tiny organisms. ‘Symbiosis’ means two or more species interacting, sometimes very closely, and gaining mutual benefit from the relationship. ‘Closely’, in this case, actually … Continue reading →

Colon Health – Keeping Your Colon Healthy

It’s a myth that 90% of disease starts in the colon. But it’s still true that this section of the large intestine is one major factor in overall health. Making up most of the five feet or so of the … Continue reading →

Colon Health – Irritable Bowel Syndrome

IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) is such a nebulous condition it can be difficult to identify as a distinct illness at all. The most common symptoms are abdominal cramping, bloating and gas, and diarrhea or constipation. With such normal signs as … Continue reading →

Colon Health – Constipation, Causes and Treatments

Constipation – an inability to have a bowel movement, frequently from excessively hard stools – is a normal condition when it occurs rarely or for short periods. Treatments range from doing nothing and allowing the condition to self-correct to use … Continue reading →