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Digestive problems

 irritable bowel syndrome and intestinal disorders

In UK, millions of people suffer from intestinal disorders such as irritable bowel syndrome.
These problems can include constipation (less than three bowel movements a week), diarrhea (more than three loose or watery stools a day), bloating, or stomach aches.
Many of these disorders are due to an imbalance between beneficial and undesirable bacteria in our gut. This means that they have no structural origin and can be relieved by restoring the intestinal balance.

Your bowels do not give you a break?

Our intestine knows more about us than our own brain. It's also the number 1 immune organ.
This is due to the functions of intestinal bacteria, which have long been greatly underestimated.
It is only in recent years, thanks to numerous scientific studies, that the importance of bacteria for our health has been established.
In fact, they do much more than just control our digestion. Over several million years, the evolution of mankind has resulted in beneficial phenomena of adaptation, which, in addition to digestion, also promote the fight against pathogens and the strengthening of the immune system.
Not all bacteria in our intestine are beneficial. A balanced and healthy intestinal flora consists mainly of useful bacteria, which have a positive impact on the organism, but also some undesirable bacteria, which, on the contrary, have a negative impact. 
These can be the starting point for intestinal problems, which can develop into irritable bowel syndrome.
Identify intestinal inflammation
And treat it properly
We often misinterpret our symptoms, ignore them or try to treat them ourselves. But this is not always the right way to act. If we treat them badly, the symptoms can intensify, the inflammation can spread to other areas of the stomach or intestine and become chronic.
Many forms of intestinal inflammation are easily treatable if a correct diagnosis has been made previously. 
Depending on the severity and type of inflammation, different treatment options can be considered, ranging from supplementation to allopathic treatments. 
In the case of chronic intestinal inflammation, symptoms occur in episodes. Since recovery is rare, Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis are treated with treatments that weaken the episodes. The aim is to inhibit inflammation, limit pain as much as possible and prevent cramps and diarrhoea.
Intestinal imbalance
What are the reasons?
An imbalance in your intestinal flora can be induced by persistent situations of physical and/or mental stress, by a lack of physical activity, as well as by medication, such as antibiotics.
Likewise, poor eating habits as well as alcohol consumption and smoking should not be taken lightly, as they promote intestinal problems and the development of irritable bowel syndrome. 
In addition, this can lead to the development of autoimmune reactions, immune deficiency, food intolerance, overweight, adiposity and even mental disorders.
It is therefore important to maintain the balance of the intestinal flora. This begins with a healthy lifestyle. Ask yourself whether you eat in a sufficiently healthy and balanced way, whether you allow yourself enough time to eat and whether your diet is sufficiently diversified. 
Prebiotic and probiotic products can also help to compensate for an imbalance. To find out more about this, please click here. However, before using such dietary supplements, it is advisable to analyse your intestinal flora to find out which bacteria you may be lacking. You can then take targeted action with suitable prebiotic and probiotic products.
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