Imagine a workplace with private access to a luxury bathroom, perhaps one with a whirlpool bath and a flat-screen television. You could disappear for hours on end and no one would bother you. While you are at it, imagine a job description that never involves deadlines, travel or public speaking. Maybe under these circumstances, IBS wouldn't be such a bad thing.
For the rest of us with real jobs, dealing with IBS at the workplace can be very difficult. This article will offer you some tips for balancing your physical needs with the demands of your job:
And in the meantime, it doesn't hurt to dream, does it?
Related Reading from Dr. Bolen, Your IBS Guide:
- The Americans With Disabilities Act and IBS
- IBS Work Accommodations
- How to File an IBS Discrimination Claim
- Applying for Work with IBS
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