In a new study at Rush University Medical Center, Dr. Mary C. Tobin and colleagues found that the likelihood of Irritable Bowel Syndrome was significantly higher in patients with allergies, eczema, and depression. Various findings suggest that allergen exposure may lead to Irritable Bowel or IBS symptoms.
The research further suggests that these allergy triggers are not limited to foods and that airborne allergens also seem to trigger Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Because stress has such a broad impact on overall health and wellness and specifically digestion, the reduction of stress can alleviate cramping, indigestion, gas, bloating and diarrhea which are all symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome.
Once again, our technology and devices do not diagnose or treat IBS or other digestive conditions. Through NSRT or Neurological Stress Reduction Therapy and the reduction or elimination of stress, patients report significant symptomatic relief and improvement related digestive discomfort.