Covid-19 and IBS: What you need to know

Coronavirus 101 What is coronavirus(1) Covid-19 is the most recently discovered form of a disease from the coronavirus family. Coronaviruses also include Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome(SARS) and Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS). How it it spread(1) Covid 19 is a respiratory virus and as such is primarily spread through droplets coming from an infected personContinue reading “Covid-19 and IBS: What you need to know”

10 Things to Do the Day After an IBS Attack

The day after having a particularly bad IBS attack you can feel a bit worse for ware. You may still be experiencing some painful symptoms or your body may just be completely exhausted. We have all been there and after years of having my bad days this is my list of ten things to doContinue reading “10 Things to Do the Day After an IBS Attack”

5 Things You Didn’t Know About IBS

Stress does NOT cause IBS, but is a trigger for symptomsOnly half of IBS patients seek medical help – if you feel that you have IBS or know you do but haven’t taken the issue further with you GP, don’t be afraid to go get the help you deserve (1)IBS has been studied for moreContinue reading “5 Things You Didn’t Know About IBS”