Irritable bowel syndrome (spastic colon/spastic colitis) is a functional disorder of intestines which often reflect in digestion, absorption and motility of food particles in the intestines.
1) a dysregulation of the mucosal immune responses to intestinal microflora and/or dietary antigens.
2)The colon has many nerves that connect it to the brain. These nerves control the normal contractions of the colon and cause abdominal discomfort at stressful times. In people with IBS, the colon can be overly responsive to even slight conflict or stress.
The total length of homeopathy treatment varies form case to case, depending of the following factors:
Duration of ur Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
Extent of ur Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
Previous or current medication such as cortisone or other immunosuppressive medicines.
General health and associated diseases
The total length of medication may be anything between six months to two years or longer, depending on ur various parameters
so for homeopathy cure result need pateince & routine follow up to homeopath
not even in IBS but all disorder
Get accustomed to emotions
Take timely balanced diet (if need be, consult nutrition expert)
Drink plenty of water
Take smaller meals at frequent intervals
Take high fibre diet with less fat
Do regular exercise
Stress, tension, depression, disappointment, envy
Smoking, drinking alcohol and tobacco chewing
Food containing heavy spices, chillies, pepper and sausages
Heavy protein diet like meat, beans, etc.
Heavy fatty meal or snacks (fried items, cheese, ice cream, chocolates, etc.)
Milk products and sweets with high sugar
Over processed or cooked foods
Aerated drinks, coffee and tea
Drugs like NSAIDs / pain killers
Chemical laxatives or purgatives to clean stomach
Self care measure of IBS
Diet and Nutrition
Malnutrition may occur in ulcerative colitis, although it tends to be less severe than with Crohns disease. Patients with ulcerative colitis may experience reduced appetite and weight loss.
Patients should strive to eat a well-balanced healthy diet and focus on getting enough calories, protein, and essential nutrients from a variety of food groups. These include protein sources such as meat, chicken, fish or soy; dairy products such as milk, yogurt, and cheese (if the patient is not lactose-intolerant); and fruits and vegetables.
Depending on your nutritional status, take a multivitamin or iron supplement. Other types of dietary supplements, such as probiotics (healthy bacteria like lactobacilli),
Certain types of foods may worsen diarrhea and gas symptoms, especially during times of active disease.
· Eat small amounts of food throughout the day.
· Stay hydrated by drinking lots of water (frequent consumption of small amounts throughout the day).
· Eat soft, bland foods and avoid spicy foods.
· Avoid high-fiber foods (bran, beans, nuts, seeds, and popcorn).
· Avoid fatty greasy or fried foods and sauces (butter, margarine, and heavy cream).
· Limit milk products if you are lactose intolerant (or consider taking a lactase supplement to improve tolerance). Otherwise, dairy products are a good source of protein and calcium
· Avoid or limit alcohol and caffeine consumption.