Digestive Health


IBS Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Common Signs and Symptoms Of IBS

  • Abdominal pain and cramping.

  • Diarrhorea or Constipation or a combination of both.

  • Abdominal bloating of a feeling of abdominal distension.

  • Excessive flatulence.

  • Urgency

  • Feeling of not emptying your bowel completely.

  • Nausea.

  • There may mucous in the stool.

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Reflux & Indigestion (GORD)

Reflux and indigestion affects millions of people’s lives every day with one in ten adults

experiencing reflux every week. For some, the symptoms of reflux and indigestion may

only be mild with only a slightly uncomfortable sensation in the stomach or the occasional


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It is a symptom of an underlying condition and acute diarrhoea is usually self-limiting (2-3 days). Chronic diarrhoea (2-3 weeks or more in duration) however, requires appropriate assessment and management. It is important in these cases to attempt to determine the cause(s).

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Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO)

This is a condition in which an abnormally large number of bacteria are present in the small intestine, and the types of bacteria present in the small intestine more closely resemble the bacteria of the colon.

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Digestive Health


Generally Naturally Dynamic Health Practitioners find that when clients experience an episode of constipation they will be drawn to the over the counter laxatives, which will offer some relief in the short term. In the long term they can be actually dangerous and make your constipation worse. The problem with this quick fix is that it never looks at the many possible causes of constipation.

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Diverticular disease

This is characterised by the development of the diverticulae (sac-like protrusions) in the wall of the bowel. This condition is usually acquired, and most commonly occurs in the sigmoid colon (95-98%); however it can also involve the descending, ascending and transverse colon.

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Coeliac Disease

An autoimmune disease triggered by an abnormal immune response to gluten. The inflammatory response produced by this immune reaction primarily affects the small intestine. An estimated 1% of Western populations are affected.

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Gall stones consist of bile pigments, calcium and/or cholesterol, and form due to fat soluble waste, toxins and.or bile stagnating in the gallbladder. This stagnant 'sludge' accumulates and solidas may form and become gravel and/or stones.

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