Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a disorder of intestinal function, often associated with functional dyspepsia, common symptoms include abdominal pain, abdominal distention, diarrhea, constipation, heartburn, nausea, vomiting and so on.
If suffering from irritable bowel syndrome, will have a great impact on life. So, what eating habits or lifestyle can induce irritable bowel syndrome?
Eat highly processed foods.
Many highly processed foods contain certain chemicals to make them more palatable on the one hand and to prolong their shelf life on the other. These chemicals are difficult to digest and can cause bloating, diarrhea, constipation, stomach cramps and other symptoms.
Drink too much coffee.
Coffee is a popular drink and there is no problem drinking it normally. However, if you suffer from irritable bowel syndrome, and drink a lot of coffee every day, the caffeine it contains will affect the stomach, causing bloating, diarrhea and so on. If this happens, try to quit coffee and drink more water and exercise more.
Drink carbonated drinks.
The gas in carbonated drinks can make the stomach uncomfortable, especially if the intestines become sensitive. Drinking a few fizzy drinks can cause bloating and can also lead to constipation. This kind of drink is absolutely undrinkable.
Drink diet soda.
Although these sodas are labeled sugar-free, they contain artificial sweeteners such as asparagine and sorbitol, which can cause apparent digestive problems, including abdominal distension and cramps, in patients with irritable bowel syndrome.
The protein intake is not proportional to fiber.
Runners need protein to repair and regenerate their muscles, and it’s okay to eat more protein than normal people. However, if the intake of a large number of protein without the corresponding intake of fiber, will affect the speed of food digestion, causing indigestion and constipation, the body will feel tired.
Overeat dairy products.
Milk, cheese and yogurt are common dairy products. Eating these foods is good for the body, but because they are high in fat, they can cause stomach problems, such as abdominal pain and even vomiting, in people with irritable bowel syndrome.
Lack of water in the body.
When lack of water in the body, irritable bowel syndrome patients will have symptoms of abdominal distention, some will feel very tired body, no strength. So, how much water do you drink every day? In fact, this varies from person to person, during the course of the day to drink water frequently, but the amount of drinking is not large. Or observe the color of urine, light yellow is normal, deep yellow shows that water shortage is serious.
Whether mental or physical, too much pressure will induce irritable bowel syndrome, abdominal pain, cramps, diarrhea and other symptoms. Many people under stress either overeat or don’t think about eating and drinking, both of which can lead to a worsening of the condition.