Irritable Bowel Syndrome - Overview
Irrelevant Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a common disease of the intestines in which there is complaint of turbinate, pain, discomfort, flatulence, vata, diarrhea and occasionally constipation.
IBS is a chronic illness in which most people are persistent in discomfort and many people experience severe symptoms. IBS has a negative effect on the life, does not feel like working, anxiety, fatigue, frequent diarrhea, and some patients also have disappointments due to this.
It is not like other diseases of the intestine, there is no change or abnormalities in the structure or tissues due to IBS. Disease is diagnosed on the basis of the medical presentation in relation to how often the complaint is maintained and its duration.
Having IBS plays an important role in diet, lifestyle and stress. There can be no similar symptoms in any two people suffering from IBS.
Some people may be complaining of diarrhea prominently, so some people are chiefly complaining of constipation, while some people complain of pain, embarrassment, flatulence, and uncomfortable as well as both types of problems. Despite having a long-term problem, many patients do not realize that they are complaining of IBS because they become accustomed to these symptoms. If you have frequent defecation, vata and thin diarrhea, as well as constipation, it is a common symptom of IBS and if you are seeing these symptoms then you need to make your assessment.