Common digestive problems include heartburn, irritable bowel syndrome, bloating, diarrhoea, gas, stomach pain, and stomach cramps. While many doctors will tell you that most digestive problems will get better on their own, for many people persistent symptoms should raise a red flag because a compromised digestive system could be the first sign of declining health.
Good health starts in your gut and the Daily Health will show how to read the warning signs and what you can do to keep your gut healthy without having to take medication like heartburn drugs, which have been shown to worsen symptoms over the long run. Through dietary and lifestyle changes you will be able to combat distressing symptoms of digestive discomfort.
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