10 Best Homeopathic Medicines for Treatment of Irritable Bowel Syndrome
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A customised Homeopathic treatment from Welling Clinic is known to completely cure Irritable Bowel Syndrome and prevent any recurrence. At Welling Clinic, we have a number of patients, that have benefitted by the treatment for Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Below are the most common Homeopathic medicines for Irritable Bowel Syndrome from our case archives, that have shown very encouraging results. These medicines for Irritable Bowel Syndrome have to be prescribed after a detailed case history and can only be done rightly at Welling Clinic.

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Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS, or spastic colon) is a symptom-based diagnosis characterized by chronic abdominal pain, discomfort, bloating, and alteration of bowel habits. 

The primary symptoms of IBS are abdominal pain or discomfort in association with frequent diarrhea or constipation and a change in bowel habits. There may also be urgency for bowel movements, a feeling of incomplete evacuation (tenesmus), bloating, orabdominal distension.[23] In some cases, the symptoms are relieved by bowel movements.

People with IBS, more commonly than others, have gastroesophageal reflux, symptoms relating to the genitourinary system, chronic fatigue.

Syndrome, fibromyalgia,headache, backache and psychiatric symptoms such as depression and anxiety.[23][24] About a third of men and women who have IBS also report sexual dysfunction typically in the form of a reduction in libido.[25] Some studies indicate that up to 60% of persons with IBS also have a psychological disorder, typically anxiety or depression.

Causes of Irritable bowel syndrome

While the cause of IBS is unknown, a disruption of the brain-gut axis and small intestinal bacterial overgrowth are thought to be important factors.

Triggers

  • Foods- For instance, chocolate, milk and alcohol might cause constipation or diarrhea. Carbonated beverages and some fruits and vegetables may lead to bloating and discomfort in some people with IBS.
    Food with caffeine, or sugar-free gum or candies also create problem. 
  • Stress- Any type of stress also make the condition worse. 
  • Hormones- Many women find that signs and symptoms are worse during or around their menstrual periods. 

Complications-

IBS isn’t associated with any serious conditions, such as colon cancer. But, diarrhea and constipation, both signs of irritable bowel syndrome, can aggravate or even cause hemorrhoids.

The impact of IBS on your overall quality of life may be its most significant complication. IBS might limit your ability to:

  • Make or keep plans with friends and family. If you have IBS, the difficulty of coping with symptoms away from home may cause you to avoid social engagements.
  • Enjoy a healthy sex life. The physical discomfort of IBS may make sexual activity unappealing or even painful.

These effects of IBS may cause you to feel you’re not living life to the fullest, leading to discouragement or even depression.

Treatment of Irritable Bowel Syndrome

             -Diet

Fiber

Some evidence suggests that soluble fiber supplementation (e.g., psyllium/ispagula husk) is effective in the general IBS population. It acts as a bulking agent.

Fiber might be beneficial in those who have a predominance of constipation.

-Medication

Medications may consist of stool softeners and laxatives in constipation-predominant IBS and antidiarrheals (e.g., opiate, opioid, or opioid analogs such as loperamide, codeine, diphenoxylate) in diarrhea-predominant IBS for mild symptoms and stronger opiates such as morphine and oxycodone for severe cases.

Laxatives

For patients who do not adequately respond to dietary fiber, osmotic laxatives such as polyethylene glycol, sorbitol, and lactulose can help avoid “cathartic colon”

Antispasmodics

The use of antispasmodic drugs (e.g., anticholinergics such as hyoscyamine or dicyclomine) may help patients, especially those with cramps or diarrhea.

Discontinuation of proton pump inhibitors

Proton pump inhibitors which are used to suppress stomach acid production may cause bacterial overgrowth leading to IBS symptoms. Discontinuation of proton pump inhibitors in selected individuals has been recommended as it may lead to an improvement or resolution of IBS symptoms.

Other agents

Magnesium aluminum silicates and alverine citrate drugs can be effective for irritable bowel syndrome.

SIBO Therapy– This is the antibiotic therapy for small intestinal bacterial overgrowth.

-Stress relief

Reducing stress may reduce the frequency and severity of IBS symptoms. Techniques that may be helpful include:

  • Relaxation techniques such as meditation
  • Physical activities such as yoga or tai chi
  • Regular exercise such as swimming, walking or running. 

-Herbal remedies

Peppermint oil appears useful.

Yoga

Yoga may be effective for some with irritable bowel syndrome, especially poses which exercise the lower abdomen.

Homeopathic medicines-

(1)Argentum nitricum: Digestive upsets accompanied by nervousness and anxiety suggest the use of this remedy. Bloating, rumbling flatulence, nausea, and greenish diarrhea can be sudden and intense. Diarrhea may come on immediately after drinking water. Eating too much sweet or salty food (which the person often craves) may also lead to problems. A person who needs this remedy tends to be expressive, impulsive, and claustrophobic, and may have blood sugar problems.

(2)Asafoetida: A feeling of constriction all along the digestive tract (especially if muscular contractions in the intestines and esophagus seem to be moving in the wrong direction) strongly indicates this remedy. The person may have a feeling that a bubble is stuck in the throat, or that a lump is moving up from the stomach. The abdomen feels inflated, but the person finds it hard to pass gas in either direction to get relief. Constipation brings on griping pains. Diarrhea can be explosive, and the person may even regurgitate food in small amounts.The person may exhibit a strong emotional or “hysterical” element when this remedy is needed.

(3)Colocynthis: This remedy is indicated when cutting pains and cramping occur, making the person bend double or need to lie down and press on the abdomen. Cramps may be felt in the area of the pubic bone. Pain is likely to be worse just before the diarrhea passes, and after eating fruit or drinking water. Problems tend to be aggravated by emotions, especially if indignation or anger has been felt but not expressed. Back pain, leg pain, and gall bladder problems are sometimes seen when this remedy is needed.

(4)Lilium tigrinum: When this remedy is indicated, the person may make frequent unsuccessful efforts to move the bowels all day and have sudden diarrhea the following morning. A feeling of a lump in the rectum, worse when standing up, is common. Hemorrhoids may develop. Constricting feelings are often felt in the chest. The person is likely to be worse from excitement and strong emotions, and may tend toward irritability or even rage.

(5)Lycopodium: This remedy is often indicated for people with chronic digestive discomforts and bowel problems. Bloating and a feeling of fullness come on early in a meal or shortly after, and a large amount of gas is usually produced. Heartburn and stomach pain are common, and the person may feel better from rubbing the abdomen. Things are typically worse between four and eight p.m. Despite so many digestive troubles, the person can have a ravenous appetite, and may even get up in the middle of the night to eat. Problems with self-confidence, a worried facial expression, a craving for sweets, and a preference for warm drinks are other indications for Lycopodium.

(6)Natrum carbonicum: This remedy is often indicated for mild people who have trouble digesting and assimilating many foods and have to stay on restricted diets. Indigestion, heartburn, and even ulcers may occur if offending foods are eaten. The person often is intolerant of milk, and drinking it or eating dairy products can lead to gas and sputtery diarrhea with an empty feeling in the stomach. The person may have cravings for potatoes and for sweets (and sometimes also milk, but has learned to avoid it). A person who needs this remedy usually makes an effort to be cheerful and considerate, but, when feeling weak and sensitive wants to be alone to rest.

(7)Nux vomica: Abdominal pains and bowel problems accompanied by tension, constricting sensations, chilliness, and irritability can indicate a need for this remedy. Soreness in the muscles of the abdominal wall, as well as painful gas and cramps are common. Firm pressure on the abdomen brings some relief. When constipated, the person has an urge to move the bowels, but only small amounts come out. The person may experience a constant feeling of uneasiness in the rectum. After diarrhea has passed, the pain may be eased for a little while. A person who needs this remedy often craves strong spicy foods, alcohol, tobacco, coffee, and other stimulants—and usually feels worse from having them.

(8)Podophyllum: This remedy is indicated when abdominal pain and cramping with a gurgling, sinking, empty feeling are followed by watery, offensive-smelling diarrhea—alternating with constipation, or pasty yellow bowel movements containing mucus. Things tend to be worse in the very early morning, and the person may feel weak and faint or have a headache afterward. Rubbing the abdomen (especially on the right) may help relieve discomfort. A person who needs this remedy may also experience stiffness in the joints and muscles.

(9)Sulphur: This remedy is often indicated when a sudden urge toward diarrhea wakes the person early in the morning (typically five a.m.) and makes them hurry to the bathroom. Diarrhea can come on several times a day. The person may, at other times, be constipated and have gas with an offensive and pervasive smell. Oozing around the rectum, as well as itching, burning, and red irritation may also be experienced. A person who needs this remedy may tend to have poor posture and back pain, and feel worse from standing up too long.

(10) Aloe treats irritable bowel syndrome. Symptoms include abdominal pain, gas, diarrhea, fecal incontinence, and the inability to control the runs.

Welling Homeopathic Treatment of Irritable Bowel Syndrome ( IBS )  

These are just basic indications and there are more than 150 Homeopathic medicines that can be right for you. The Welling homeopathic treatment for Irritable Bowel Syndrome ( IBS ) is customized for you so that you get long term relief and permanent cure. Our homeopathic treatment for Irritable Bowel Syndrome is 100% safe and proven to be effective in most of our patients. The right homeopathic medicines for Irritable Bowel Syndrome ( IBS ) has to be choosen by a qualified and an experienced Homeopathic doctor

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  1. anand raj

    sir ,i’m anand raj,22yrs old ,suffering from ibs problems.is it any treatment for this pbm.my life is very difficult because of this problem.help me sir pleaseeeee….

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