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Irritable Bowel Syndrome commonly referred to as IBS, is a condition that typically affects one in five people. Those suffering from IBS experience chronic abdominal discomfort, including moderate to severe pain, bloating and swelling, cramps, constipation, and diarrhea. While physicians can most definitely suggest a treatment, incorporating a mixture of medications and lifestyle changes, it can often be difficult to easily discover which methods work best for you, as that Irritable Bowel Syndrome tends to affect individuals quite differently. To decide what works best for you and your body, it often requires a lot of trial and error. If one suggestion doesn’t produce optimal results, then patients often move on to the next, until they find the mixture that works best, providing the most relief.

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1. Try Not to Eat Too Much During One Meal

When you eat a very large meal, it can be extremely difficult on the digestive system, which is working away to distribute the food where it needs to go. Under normal conditions, this can cause strain on the body, often leading to an upset stomach, diarrhea, and vomiting. However, when a person has Irritable Bowel System, it compounds an already negative situation. It is advised that, rather than eating three large meals a day, that patients suffering from IBS eat five to six times during the day, enjoying smaller, more frequent meals. This gives the digestive system ample time to process the food before trying to force more in.

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