The first time someone encounters IBS can be when they're quite young. These days, with the proliferation of labelling and seeming ability to address issues quickly, people latch onto the term 'IBS' and lunge for one of the purported solutions that is said to ease the situation quickly; but as sufferers will know, these solutions hardly ever deal with root cause so the IBS drags on ... and on ... So what can we do for ourselves?
There’s nothing so scary as the deep end when you’re in it and wearing a blind-fold. And that’s what Change can feel like! You spend chunks of your life seeing the point of what you’re doing and where you’re going then something happens – internally or externally – to change your viewpoint and wham! - your familiar point of focus is gone to be replaced by a ball of great discomfort that’s wedged in your gut. So what to do?