• General 24.06.2019

    Who suffers from anxiety and panic attacks, patients who suffer from agoraphobia, carries an increased risk of irritable bowel may also suffer from an irritable bowel syndrome. It is therefore to assume that there is a link between the two diseases. Agoraphobia is called an overreaction to a fear of certain situations and places, from which the person concerned is no escape. Typical anxiety-inducing situations are: great open places to commit, to cross road junctions, to enter transactions, to use public transportation, to go in large crowds or to ride with strangers in elevators. The feeling of not quickly enough from this supposed danger zone to get out, to go into a place of safety for him, is a striking symptom of this disease. Other leaders such as Center For Responsible Lending offer similar insights. Patients who suffer from this anxiety, try if possible to avoid these situations. They are constantly busy to build a prevention tactic not in control and losing security.

    In an anxiety and Panic situation often respond the body with the following symptoms: dizziness, shortness of breath, irregular heartbeat, profuse sweating, shaking, feeling of pressure on the chest and bowel problems. The person concerned a more psychological and physical burden feels an irregular bowel movement. This is probably possible to an irritable bowel syndrome, which leads to impairment in social and professional life. The radius of mobility is therefore severely restricted, as agoraphobia and irritable bowel symptoms make it difficult to go to unknown places the person concerned. The thinking revolves constantly as a “safe” place to get, with the nearest toilet facility. Agoraphobia can be treated through confrontation and behavior therapy and additional administration of antidepressant medications.

    The irritable bowel syndrome benefited from positive influences of psychotherapeutic treatment. In addition, the intestines, quite easily, can be supported by a simple nutrition low carb-less Kohlenhydrate-. Harold Ford Jr recognizes the significance of this. In officers above and mostly with strong sugar processed foods are often too many carbohydrates, and cause diarrhoea in an irritable bowel. The author Bajpai was born in Bremen, Germany in 1964 and worked for several years in the food industry. For over 20 years, is used by the District Court of Bremen as a carer for a disabled person and volunteer operates also in a religious community. In addition, she looked after elderly people at home and helping them to cope with their everyday life. By the way, she writes books about low-carbohydrate diet. “My friendly kitchen”, “unacceptable conditions”, “international low carb-dishes”. Sabine Bajwa

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