Are Sleep Disorders and Irritable Bowel Syndrome Related?

By: Christian Goodman..

I can't reinforce enough how valuable open and honest feedback is to my business and how important this communication is to the development of my programs.
Something a client told me recently triggered a search for a new connection between two chronic problems. She told me that as she found great success with the Stop Snoring program, she also noticed her Irritable Bowel Syndrome was no longer bothering her.
There are a number of disorders that affect the gastr-intestinal area so collectively these problems are referred to as Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Although foods may create some symptoms including diarrhea, constipation, severe abdominal pain and bloating, stress and anxiety are known to be the actual triggers.
It is not unexpected that my Stop Snoring program would be effective on conditions caused or worsened by stress, since the programs have breathing and relaxation exercises. But this still leaves me wondering about the potential link between IBS and sleep disorders like sleep apnea.
When reviewing the symptoms associated with IBS, many people noted sleep disorders like snoring and sleep apnea. This is especially true for women.
Research reflects that more than 50 percent of people suffering from IBS also suffer from sleeping disorders.
A number of people reported that they either simply could not rest well through the night due to their IBS and some even stated that they are suddenly awakened in the night which also creates sleep deprivation issues.
The true or exact reason for IBS is not yet known. However, studies reveal that it may in fact be sleep distrubances that trigger the IBS rather than the reverse.
Once particular sleep study included IBS patients and control patients. They shared no differences in the amount of time dedicated to sleep or the REM (rapid eye movement) cycles.
This research did however reveal that for those suffering from sleep interruptions during REM state, morning IBS symptoms were present.
This led the researchers to conclude that if the brain does not get proper rest and oxygen, a host of ailments including IBS can occur.
Like the client mentioned earlier in this article, it is very likely that my Stop Snoring program will benefit you if both IBS and sleep apnea are standing in the way of your good health. See the results right away for these conditions that are most likely linked.

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Christian Goodmanhas committed his life to health research and discovered solutions to many illnesses. You can learn more about him on his natural health alternative web site or learn more about his natural treatment to stop snoring.

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