Stress and IBS
Angela Finlay
Angela Finlay
May 6, 2019
Everyone deals with stress at some point in their life, but did you know it can make IBS worse? Learn more about stress and IBS and how it affects you.

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IBS and Pregnancy

What to Expect From Your IBS When You’re Expecting

IBS and pregnancy can be difficult to juggle because changing hormones interact with your tummy troubles in unpredictable ways.
by Angela Finlay on January 7, 2019
IBS Pain

What Causes IBS Pain and How Do We Cope?

Equipping yourself with information about what types of IBS pain exist, what causes them, and how to avoid or cope with them can help you in the long run.
by Emmi Scott and Krystina Ostermeyer on January 23, 2018
IBS and Fibromyalgia

Navigating Life With IBS and Fibromyalgia

Living with IBS and fibromyalgia comes with challenges, however, there are ways to cope with the two conditions like knowing your triggers and more.
by Sophie Lee on January 8, 2018
Natural Treatments for IBS

6 Natural Remedies for IBS Worth Trying

The symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome can be treated medically, but there are natural remedies for IBS to get relief.
by Lana Barhum on July 28, 2017
Video How To Build An IBS Survival Kit

How To Build Your IBS Survival Kit

One of the most important things when you have IBS is to be prepared. Prepare for your next episode by building a survival kit.
by Codie Wright on July 10, 2017
IBS and Anxiety

Which Came First — IBS, or Anxiety and Depression?

It's not uncommon for IBS and anxiety and depression to occur together. You'll need to address your physical and mental symptoms to improve your outlook.
by Eric Patterson on October 11, 2016
Infographic ibs spoon theory infographic

IBS and the Spoon Theory

If you live with chronic illness, explaining your condition can be tough. The spoon theory was created to do just that, and has since become so much more.
by NewLifeOutlook Team on March 7, 2016
Support from Family

Support from Family

Based on another study that included patients with IBS from eight countries, support from relationships have a positive impact on IBS symptoms.
by Brenda Vanta on February 25, 2015
Exercise and IBS

Exercise and IBS

Interestingly enough, exercise and IBS actually work very well together, as exercise can help a patient with irritable bowel syndrome.
by Yvonne Banks on February 11, 2015
IBS and Embarrassment

IBS and Embarrassment

Embarrassment is one of the most common feelings associated with IBS, and it is not surprising.
by Eric Patterson on January 28, 2015
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