9 Easy Ways To Relieve Your Digestive Distress – pdf
Thousands of people are being medicated for digestive distress issues with strong over the counter or prescription medications. What worries us, is that these medications have side effects like constipation, diarrhea, gas, bloody stools, headaches and that’s just skimming the top (and ironically some of those side effects are what you are trying to treat in the first place!).
If we could teach you some tools the help soothe these digestive issues would you be willing to give them a go? GOOD! Then keep reading! Some of these simple changes are going to seem evident, but really be true to yourself and see if you are following them to the “T” on most days. Others may be new for you and seem impossible to follow. We’re not telling you to apply all of these by the time you turn your device off. Start with one or two that speak to you. Maybe one or two that seem easy to start with. Or perhaps a few get you thinking about your lifestyle. So maybe you can start there.
Digestive distress, IBS, Gerd, Acid Reflux, Constipation, Diarrhea, leaky gut and diseases affecting the colon and gastrointestinal tract. A simple search on Google and you’ll get an average of 50 million hits for each of these digestive issues. What does that tell us? It tells us people are suffering. And chances are if you’re here, reading this, you’re suffering too.
Over the years we’ve talked with and coached individuals who get severe heartburn. They have to leave the house with a change of clothes as they dirty themselves. Some feel 6 months pregnant from bloating (men and women included), can’t poop, poop too much and the list goes on. More often than not, they have been to their doctor, been scheduled for unpleasant investigative procedures or have been prescribed medication. And often this does not put an end to the problem or it creates a series of other issues. Welcome to digestive distress.
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