The Causes And Treatments For Ibs Paresthesia by toriola1


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The Causes And Treatments For Ibs Paresthesia By Jessica Bradbury

Paresthesia is having a sensation of pricking, tingling or numbness of the skin with no apparent cause. The feeling of needles and pins can literally drive a person up a wall. I know because I not only suffer from diabetic neuropathy but paresthesia of the feet and calves as well. Different types of paresthesia can cause certain symptoms. One type is cause by putting inadvertent pressure on one of the superficial nerves. When the pressure is relieved, the paresthesia disappears. Other kinds of paresthesia are chronic as well as very painful and the sources are varied. Other symptoms of paresthesias include feelings of cold, burning, warmth, skin crawling and itching. Those people who suffer from irritable bowel syndrome will often have irritable bowel syndrome paresthesia. What causes paresthesia? Sensation makes its way to the brain by way of nerve cells that run from the outer parts of a person's body to the spinal cord. The neurons in the spinal cord make the connection with other neurons which run up to the brain. When there is a disturbance in this sensory path, paresthesia occurs. This disturbance can occur in the nerve roots, the central nervous system or the peripheral nervous system. The most common causes of paresthesia are those that are caused by peripheral disturbances. You get the feeling that a limb of yours has fallen asleep because the blood supply to that particular nerve has been cut off. This is a condition known as ischemia. A person that was bothered by irritable bowel syndrome paresthesia noted that it felt like there was a tingling feeling in her stomach. Another cause of paresthesia is when a nerve is directly compressed. This compression can either be short-lived or it can be chronic. The most common example of chronic nerve compression is carpal tunnel syndrome. What's the treatment for paresthesia? Before you treat paresthesia, you must first find the underlying cause. If a limb has simply fallen asleep, circulation can be restored by stretching, massaging or exercising the affected limb. If the parestheia is caused by one of a variety of chronic diseases such as diabetes then other complicated treatments may be necessary. Since I have paresthesia caused by my diabetes, I was put on Lyrica. It
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was just like a miracle drug!!! All of the pins and needles were gone with just a few doses. If you have paresthesia caused by irritable bowel syndrome then it would be best to consult you doctor to see what his recommendations would be. If symptoms are mild, then ibuprofen may be a good choice. In some of the more difficult cases, antidepressant drugs may be prescribed such as Elavil. These are thought to be of some help because these drugs alter your body's perception of pain. No matter what the cause of your paresthesia is, whether it is diabetes, irritable bowel syndrome paresthesia or a variety of other diseases, you should always consult with your doctor to try to narrow down its cause and then proceed with a treatment that is tailored to meet your needs. Article written by Jessica Bradbury, she has a site dedicated to bottom line information on IBS at

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Using hypnotherapy to beat IBS By Sophie Lee

Using hypnotherapy to beat IBS by: Sophie Lee Hypnotherapy is one of the best known and most widely used treatments for IBS, and can offer sufferers a drug-free solution to their symptoms of diarrhea, constipation, stomach pain and bloating. There are now many hundreds of hypnotherapists who offer what is called “gut-directed hypnotherapy” for IBS, which takes the general techniques of hypnotherapy and applies them directly to the abdominal pain and digestive symptoms which IBS sufferers struggle with. This type of hypnotherapy has been clinically tested and found to be very helpful to many IBS patients. One of the first studies of hypnotherapy for IBS was conducted by Dr Peter Whorwell, a leading expert on IBS and hypnotherapy in the UK. A trial he conducted in the 1980s found that a group of IBS sufferers who had failed to respond to other treatments showed dramatic improvements when treated with gut-directed hypnotherapy. Since then, other therapists have shown similar results. What hypnotherapy involves Hypnotherapy in a medical setting bears no relation to the kind of stage hypnosis where volunteers are made to do ridiculous things in the name of entertainment. In fact, patients remain entirely in control of their own actions, and are simply coaxed into a kind of deep relaxation state. While the patients is in this state the therapist will talk to you and make positive suggestions – one typical method for IBS is to ask you to place your hand over your abdomen and imagine that a healing warmth is flowing from your hand to your stomach. Some hypnotherapists will record each session for you so that you can listen to them again between your appointments, and therefore increase the effectiveness of the therapy. Self-hypnosis If you don’t have the time or the resources to visit a qualified hypnotherapist, you might find some relief in one of the self-hypnosis CDs available, which can be listened to in the comfort of your own home. While you will not get an individual treatment program from a ready-made CD, you will be able to benefit from the general hypnosis approach, and you can choose to listen to the CDs whenever you have the time. The IBS Audio Program, developed by the UK hypnotherapist Michael Mahoney, is the most widely used program for IBS sufferers, and is available on audio CD and cassette. The program is designed to be used over 100 days, and includes four CDs and a program booklet. The makers claim that around 80% of listeners experience a significant reduction of pain and bowel dysfunction. The program consists of three therapeutic session CDs, with an introduction and five different

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hypnotherapy sessions. It also includes a bonus fourth CD (the IBS Companion), which explains IBS to non-sufferers.

Sophie Lee has suffered from IBS for more than 15 years. She runs IBS Tales where you can read hundreds of personal stories from IBS sufferers and self-help tips.

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