Digestive Distress is a common issue that many people experience at some point in their lives. However, it’s important to understand that these issues should not be ignored as they can have a significant impact on quality of life and overall health. Many people, particularly women, tend to brush off digestive issues as “normal” or just something we have to live with. But the truth is these issues, if left to continue, can be contributing factors to a variety of chronic health conditions. I know this from personal experience.
I struggled with constipation for years and thought it was just something I had to live with…
HELLO?!! How could I have ever thought that waste products being left in my digestive system for days was no big deal?? Well, that’s an easy one…because many of my family members dealt with it too and also just learned to live with it. I thought it was a “family thing”. I know now however, that it was likely one of many contributing factors to the onset of my autoimmune condition and something I should have paid more attention to, besides only thinking it was uncomfortable or being super embarrassed when my stomach was distended.
It’s important to understand that digestive troubles now and then are likely not a big deal. But digestive troubles that don’t go away, or keep coming back are not normal and should be addressed. The good news is that many digestive issues can be treated with relatively simple changes to diet and lifestyle. It takes time to correct the problem, but the solutions are usually pretty easy to implement.
Be sure to listen to what your body is telling you and seek help from a practitioner who can guide you in making the necessary changes to improve you digestive health. Don’t make the mistake of ignoring your chronic digestive distress and thinking it’s just something you have to live with. With the right support, you can take control of your digestive health and improve your overall well-being.
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