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Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Research Digestive Disorders

A record of stressors and associated responses may help you figure out positive ways to better deal with the stressors. Diet Eating causes rhythmic contractions of the colon. Normally, this may cause a person to have a bowel movement 30 to 60 minutes after a meal. In a person with IBS, the urge to defecate may come sooner and may be accompanied by pain, cramps, and diarrhea. Many people say their IBS symptoms are triggered by eating certain foods. As a result, treatment includes figuring out which foods are the culprits and avoiding them when you eat. Changes in diet reduce IBS symptoms in 50 to 70 percent of people. Foods that commonly trigger IBS symptoms include: Dairy products Vegetables, like beans or broccoli, that cause gas Foods containing the sweeteners sorbitol and fructose Wheat cereals Alcohol Before changing your diet, take note over the course of several days which foods seem to cause problems. You may want to consult a dietitian to help you adhere to healthful eating strategies, such as: Drinking six to eight glasses of water a day, especially if you have diarrhea. Drinking carbonated beverages can increase discomfort from gas. Eating more fiber.

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Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Research Digestive Disorders

In spite of this, IBS accounts for nearly 3.5 million physician visits in the United States annually, and it is the most common diagnosis by gastroenterologists. The cause of IBS is not known, although a combination of factorsincluding hypersensitivity of the intestinal tract and an imbalance of neurotransmitters, the chemicals that send messages between nerve cellsis thought to play a role. There is no cure. The good news is that IBS does not lead to serious diseases such as cancer and doesn't shorten a person's life span. Most people are able to control their symptoms by modifying their diet, finding ways to better manage stress, and sometimes by taking medications. This section has more on: Risk factors Need-to-know anatomy Irritable bowel syndrome affects the large intestine, or colon, which is 6 feet long and about 3-5 inches in diameter. It connects the small intestine with the rectum and anus. Digestive products enter the colon from the small intestine, and may sit there for several days while water and salt are absorbed through the colon's walls. Muscles in the intestine contract and push stool along toward the rectum, eventually forming a bowel movement. In people with irritable bowel syndrome, the colon seems to be more sensitive than in most people, so that muscle contractions are triggered more easily and pain and constipation or diarrhea result.

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