Irritable Bowel Syndrome in Ramadan .. Learn the causes and treatment of “self.”

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It affects women more than men and occurs suddenly, perhaps after a certain eating

Dr. Abdullah Al-Thiyabi, the internal medicine doctor at the National Guard Hospital in Riyadh, confirmed that all those with IBS are able to fast safely, if they avoid stress and psychological pressures, irritating foods of the colon and using medications in the correct way.

As many patients with colon suffer from various challenges during Ramadan, including the ability to fast, the quality of food and the pattern of nutrition, which guarantees protection against the disturbing and painful symptoms associated with such health conditions.

In the details, Al-Thiabi said to “Previously”: Many patients with colon suffer from various challenges during Ramadan, including the ability to fast, the quality of food and the type of nutrition that guarantees protection against the disturbing and painful symptoms associated with such health conditions, given that Irritable Bowel Syndrome is It is a chronic disease that affects the digestive system; it is the most common functional disease of the digestive system.

He continued: With the advent of the month of Ramadan, many questions arise about whether fasting is useful in relieving symptoms, how to overcome them, and what foods are appropriate to reduce colon irritation, and the best times to take painkillers.

He added: The causes of irritable bowel syndrome are still unknown, but it can be said that there are factors that may lead to its occurrence, including: abnormal bowel movement, excessive colon sensitivity, genetic factors, bowel inflammation, psychological factors and also the change in colon bacteria.

Al-Theyabi pointed out that irritable bowel affects women more than men, and symptoms often occur suddenly, perhaps after eating a certain food, and continue for several days, then improve, and the most prominent of these symptoms: abdominal pain, diarrhea or constipation, flatulence in the abdomen and increased gases, and stimuli Symptoms during Ramadan differ from one patient to another, and the most common ones are: psychological stress and sleep disturbances, as well as a diet during Ramadan such as eating fatty or fried foods, spicy foods, soft drinks, eating milk, milk, or chocolate, or excessive drinks that contain Caffeine like coffee and For tea.

The internal medicine doctor explained that all people with irritable bowel syndrome are able to fast safely, and irritable bowel treatment is based on, first: exercise, and then a gradual eating and avoiding the speed of eating or eating a large amount, and also reduce the foods that increase gases such as: some Kinds of pastries, beans, onions, celery, carrots, raisins, bananas, apricots and peaches. Care should be taken to drink more fluids and eat high-fiber foods for those who complain of constipation, and reduce other foods that cause symptoms as they differ according to each patient’s case separately. Fasting.

He noted that stress should be avoided and psychological pressures avoided, and medications should be used, as drugs are dispensed according to the patient’s symptoms; for example, for constipation, laxatives are used, and for diarrhea, anti-diarrhea medications are used. In the case of pain in the abdomen, drugs that reduce colon contractions such as mepafrin are used. What can be taken with breakfast after eating a date and water, and about 20-30 minutes after that, breakfast is eaten, as well as before half an hour before Suhoor, and the appropriate dose and number of times to use this analgesic during Ramadan differ, and in the case of non-response twice a day it is advisable to consult a doctor.


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Irritable bowel syndrome in Ramadan .. Learn about the causes and treatment of “thiabi”

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Dr. Abdullah Al-Thiyabi, the internal medicine doctor at the National Guard Hospital in Riyadh, confirmed that all those with IBS are able to fast safely, if they avoid stress and psychological pressures, irritating foods of the colon and using medications in the correct way.

As many patients with colon suffer from various challenges during Ramadan, including the ability to fast, the quality of food and the pattern of nutrition, which guarantees protection against the disturbing and painful symptoms associated with such health conditions.

In the details, Al-Thiabi said to “Previously”: Many patients with colon suffer from various challenges during Ramadan, including the ability to fast, the quality of food and the type of nutrition that guarantees protection against the disturbing and painful symptoms associated with such health conditions, given that Irritable Bowel Syndrome is It is a chronic disease that affects the digestive system; it is the most common functional disease of the digestive system.

He continued: With the advent of the month of Ramadan, many questions arise about whether fasting is useful in relieving symptoms, how to overcome them, and what foods are appropriate to reduce colon irritation, and the best times to take painkillers.

He added: The causes of irritable bowel syndrome are still unknown, but it can be said that there are factors that may lead to its occurrence, including: abnormal bowel movement, excessive colon sensitivity, genetic factors, bowel inflammation, psychological factors and also the change in colon bacteria.

Al-Theyabi pointed out that irritable bowel affects women more than men, and symptoms often occur suddenly, perhaps after eating a certain food, and continue for several days, then improve, and the most prominent of these symptoms: abdominal pain, diarrhea or constipation, flatulence in the abdomen and increased gases, and stimuli Symptoms during Ramadan differ from one patient to another, and the most common ones are: psychological stress and sleep disturbances, as well as a diet during Ramadan such as eating fatty or fried foods, spicy foods, soft drinks, eating milk, milk, or chocolate, or excessive drinks that contain Caffeine like coffee and For tea.

The internal medicine doctor explained that all people with irritable bowel syndrome are able to fast safely, and irritable bowel treatment is based on, first: exercise, and then a gradual eating and avoiding the speed of eating or eating a large amount, and also reduce the foods that increase gases such as: some Kinds of pastries, beans, onions, celery, carrots, raisins, bananas, apricots and peaches. Care should be taken to drink more fluids and eat high-fiber foods for those who complain of constipation, and reduce other foods that cause symptoms as they differ according to each patient’s case separately. Fasting.

He noted that stress should be avoided and psychological pressures avoided, and medications should be used, as drugs are dispensed according to the patient’s symptoms; for example, for constipation, laxatives are used, and for diarrhea, anti-diarrhea medications are used. In the case of pain in the abdomen, drugs that reduce colon contractions such as mepafrin are used. What can be taken with breakfast after eating a date and water, and about 20-30 minutes after that, breakfast is eaten, as well as before half an hour before Suhoor, and the appropriate dose and number of times to use this analgesic during Ramadan differ, and in the case of non-response twice a day it is advisable to consult a doctor.

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It affects women more than men and occurs suddenly, perhaps after a certain eating

Dr. Abdullah Al-Thiyabi, the internal medicine doctor at the National Guard Hospital in Riyadh, confirmed that all those with IBS are able to fast safely, if they avoid stress and psychological pressures, irritating foods of the colon and using medications in the correct way.

As many patients with colon suffer from various challenges during Ramadan, including the ability to fast, the quality of food and the pattern of nutrition, which guarantees protection against the disturbing and painful symptoms associated with such health conditions.

In the details, Al-Thiabi said to “Previously”: Many patients with colon suffer from various challenges during Ramadan, including the ability to fast, the quality of food and the type of nutrition that guarantees protection against the disturbing and painful symptoms associated with such health conditions, given that Irritable Bowel Syndrome is It is a chronic disease that affects the digestive system; it is the most common functional disease of the digestive system.

He continued: With the advent of the month of Ramadan, many questions arise about whether fasting is useful in relieving symptoms, how to overcome them, and what foods are appropriate to reduce colon irritation, and the best times to take painkillers.

He added: The causes of irritable bowel syndrome are still unknown, but it can be said that there are factors that may lead to its occurrence, including: abnormal bowel movement, excessive colon sensitivity, genetic factors, bowel inflammation, psychological factors and also the change in colon bacteria.

Al-Theyabi pointed out that irritable bowel affects women more than men, and symptoms often occur suddenly, perhaps after eating a certain food, and continue for several days, then improve, and the most prominent of these symptoms: abdominal pain, diarrhea or constipation, flatulence in the abdomen and increased gases, and stimuli Symptoms during Ramadan differ from one patient to another, and the most common ones are: psychological stress and sleep disturbances, as well as a diet during Ramadan such as eating fatty or fried foods, spicy foods, soft drinks, eating milk, milk, or chocolate, or excessive drinks that contain Caffeine like coffee and For tea.

The internal medicine doctor explained that all people with irritable bowel syndrome are able to fast safely, and irritable bowel treatment is based on, first: exercise, and then a gradual eating and avoiding the speed of eating or eating a large amount, and also reduce the foods that increase gases such as: some Kinds of pastries, beans, onions, celery, carrots, raisins, bananas, apricots and peaches. Care should be taken to drink more fluids and eat high-fiber foods for those who complain of constipation, and reduce other foods that cause symptoms as they differ according to each patient’s case separately. Fasting.

He noted that stress should be avoided and psychological pressures avoided, and the use of medications, as drugs are dispensed according to the symptoms of the patient; for example, for constipation, laxatives are used, and for diarrhea, anti-diarrhea drugs are used. What can be taken with breakfast after eating a date and water, and about 20-30 minutes later, breakfast is eaten, as well as half an hour before suhoor, and the appropriate dose and number of times to use this analgesic during Ramadan differ, and in the case of non-response twice a day it is advisable to consult a doctor.

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