Destress for IBS Relief

The New York Times reports that IBS symptoms are often aggravated by stress. So it is important that people who have IBS try to maintain a minimum of stress. Dr. Charles Gerson, a gastroenterologist at the Mind-Body Digestive Center, suggests that emotional health is as important as addressing food-related solutions. The report also mentions that cognitive-behavioral therapy and hypnotherapy are two non-dietary methods for alleviating IBS symptoms. The New York Times, Sept. 1, 2008 
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