Saturday, 29 March 2014

Connection of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) to Parasites

Many people suffer from irritable bowel syndrome and these cases are increasing rapidly with every passing day. Here are some common symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome, abdominal pain, flatulence, bloating, constipation, diarrhea, urgency with defecation, and an incomplete sensation of defecation. There are many causes of irritable bowel syndrome, but this is also said that irritable bowel syndrome and parasites are interrelated with each other.


It’s worth nothing that IBS on its own will not cause intestinal complication and Children with IBS continue to grow normally and never show any single sign of retarded growth.
However, though there is not any single physical symptom of IBS, but there are social and psychological issues that often accompany the condition. Research shows that almost 60 % people, who have IBS also, have a psychological disorder, such as anxiety and depression, etc.
In medical studies, it is an indication that the parasite lives in a human body might be the result of IBS.  The Parasites can be seen in the liver, intestines, brain, circulatory system, skin and other organs of the body. Symptoms like diarrhea, malaise, asthma, chronic fatigue, syndrome, bloating, bloating, skin problems, itching, flatulence, rashes, anorexia, and other rare diseases may also the result of parasitic organisms.
Growth of parasites in the human body may occur due to a number of reasons. Vitamin and mineral deficiency in a diet may also lead to a parasitic infection.  High intakes of food that are rich in carbohydrate and alkaline also become one the reason of parasitic infection. A person eating high amounts of sugar in diet may also provide a suitable environment for parasites to grow.
Irritable bowel syndrome is related to the working of the large intestines. In the digestion process, partially digested food from the small intestines enters into the large intestines. The large intestines absorb nutrients and water from the food and the remaining content slowly moves towards the rectum and, finally excreted out of the body in the form of stools.
For the excretion of the stools, the muscles of the large intestines and other parts of the body work together. Whenever there is some interruption in the process, the undigested food inside the large intestines is not able to move normally, thus resulting in constipation or diarrhea.
Emotional conflicts, stress, and parasites are the major causes of irritable bowel syndrome. Diagnosing the irritable syndrome in a person demands to go towards the proper physical examination and laboratory tests.  So after diagnosing IBS, time comes to go towards the proper treatment.


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