Diet and Daily Life with IBS
- Working with IBS
- Going to School with IBS
- Relaxation Lessons
- Exercise and IBS
- Advice for Family and Friends
Food and IBS
Because IBS symptoms occur in close proximity to the act of eating, it is common to worry about what foods you can and cannot eat safely. Here you will find tips to help you to figure out what foods you can enjoy in spite of your IBS, and which foods are best to stay away from when you are symptomatic.
- Foods To Avoid
- Top Ten Trigger Foods
- Top Ten Food Sensitivities
- Why Bran Is Bad for IBS
- Top Six Gassy Foods
- Readers Share: Gassiest Foods
- Non Gassy Foods
- Readers Share: Non-Gassy Foods
- What To Eat for Diarrhea
- What Not To Eat for Diarrhea
- What to Eat After Diarrhea
- Readers Share: Safe Foods for Diarrhea
- What To Eat for Constipation
- Readers Share: Helpful Foods for Constipation
- What Not to Eat for Constipation
- How to Increase Fiber
- Try Fermented Foods
- IBS and Gluten
- Low Carb Recipes for IBS
- Low Fat Recipes for IBS
- IBS and Candida
Eating and IBS
The relationship between IBS and eating is a complicated one. Here you will find the latest research on IBS and food to ensure that you are eating in a way that helps your digestive system to stay on track.
- Your IBS Diet
- Free E-Course: Eating with IBS
- How To Eat with IBS
- Eating and Abdominal Pain
- How To Eat to Ease Gas and Bloating
- Eating and Diarrhea
- How To Eat to Ease Constipation
- Food Allergies and Intolerance
- How To Keep a Food Diary
- How To Follow an Elimination Diet
- Book Review: "Eating for IBS"
- Book Review: The Inside Tract
Low FODMAPs Diet
A new theory has emerged regarding the use of a low FODMAPs diet for IBS. These articles will educate you as to the reasons behind the use of a low FODMAPs diet, what research has to say about it, and what kind of foods are recommended.
- What are FODMAPs?
- How to Follow a Low FODMAPs Diet
- FODMAPs Diet Theory for IBS
- Does a Low FODMAPs Diet Help IBS?
- Foods on the FODMAPs Diet
- Finding a FODMAPs Dietician
- Reader Experiences with the Low FODMAPs Diet
- Low FODMAPs Diet Recipes
- FODMAPs Diet Book Review: "IBS--Free at Last"
- Book Review: "The Complete Low-FODMAP Diet"
- Low FODMAP Diet App
Daily Self Care
With IBS, you no longer have the option of taking your body for granted. These articles will help you to make sure you take good care of yourself, and your IBS.
- IBS Discussion Forum
- Online IBS Support Groups
- How To Find a Public Rest Room
- What Was Your Worst Public Toilet Experience?
- Find a Toilet Apps
- Cleaning Cell Phones on the Go
- How to Deal With an IBS Attack
- Reader Tips for Getting Through IBS Attacks
- Got Gas? Learn How To Beat the Bloat
- Dealing with Diarrhea Urgency
- IBS Survival Kit for Bathroom Emergencies
- What To Do if You Have Bathroom Accidents
- IBS Must-Have Items
- Dealing with the Fear of Fecal Soiling
- Bowel Retraining for Constipation
- How To Take a Sitz Bath
- How To Sleep Better
- Readers' Tips for Better Sleep
Living with IBS
Here is your guide to having a life with IBS. Read on for tips for finding balance between self-care and enjoying the experiences that make up your life.
- Having a Life with IBS
- Free E-Course: Living a Life with IBS
- Ten Things to Stop Doing When You Have IBS
- IBS and Self-Esteem
- How To Tell Others About IBS
- Dealing with Doctors
- Worst Things People Have Said About IBS
- Readers Share Stories About Family Support
- IBS and Your Sex Life
- Readers Share Tips on IBS and Sex
- The IBS-Friendly Bathroom
- Working with IBS
- Dining Out with IBS
- Dating with IBS
- Tales of Dating with IBS
- Going to Parties with IBS
- Traveling with IBS
- What To Do for Financial Stress
- Is Gardening Good for Your Stomach?
Working with IBS
It can be challenging to manage your IBS symptoms and meet the demands of your job. The following articles cover all aspects of working with IBS, including information for when your symptoms are so severe that they are preventing you from working.
- IBS and Work: Six Point Survival Guide
- IBS and Applying for Work
- Readers Share: Applying for a Job with IBS Experiences
- IBS Disability Options
- The Americans With Disabilities Act and IBS
- IBS Work Accommodations
- How to File an IBS Discrimination Claim
- IBS Work Discrimination Stories
- How to File for Social Security Disability for IBS
- Social Security Disability Application Stories
- Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) for IBS
- Readers Share: FMLA for IBS Experiences
- IBS in Veterans
- Veterans with IBS Stories
Going to School with IBS
Being a student with IBS poses some unique challenges. Getting to school on time, being able to sit through a class without needing a bathroom, and feeling well enough to complete assignments can all be quite difficult when you have IBS. The following articles offer you some tips for managing your IBS at school.
Learn how to keep your body relaxed as you deal with the stress of life and the stress of IBS.
Exercise and IBS
Exercise can be a challenge if you suffer from IBS. Here are articles that will help you to fit in exercise and manage your IBS.
- Does Exercise Really Help IBS?
- Does IBS Affect How Intensely You Should Exercise?
- Home Exercise for IBS
- Reader Tips for Exercising with IBS
- Runners' Diarrhea: Reduce Your Risk
- Yoga for IBS
- Readers Share: Yoga and IBS Stories
- Wii Fit for IBS: A Stay at Home Exercise Option
Advice for Family and Friends
IBS is not only challenging for the person who is dealing with the disorder, but can have a significant impact on those around them. These articles offer advice for concerned friends and family members.