I have a question for you. Who or what links Tyra Banks, Camille Grammer, and Cybil Sheppard? They all have irritable bowel syndrome, which affects around 20% of the general population.
I’m known as the Diva of Irritable Bowel Syndrome. And I think that having IBS is no reason to give up hope. It’s not just possible to survive, but to flourish and have a full, satisfying life. Finding the nearest restroom when you’re out, having to get up in the middle of a movie, and restricting your diet to particular foods might be a bit uncomfortable at times.
The Diva with Irritable Bowel Syndrome doesn’t allow a little thing like that ruin her fun. Not letting anything stop you is important, and that includes you.
The IBS Diva has three easy tips for managing your symptoms of IBS.
You haven’t lost any of your glam, sweetie. Play the part. Transform how you think about this functioning impairment. You aren’t a weirdo or a misfit. You’ve got what it takes to be a strong, decisive leader. Have faith.
No need to worry; get some sleep instead. Getting enough shut-eye is essential, much like the Diva with IBS. Try to average 8 hours of sleep per night. Allow yourself to rest and recuperate while sleeping. To be as fabulous as the IBS Diva when you first open your eyes, do this.
No matter what, don’t stop looking. If anyone is looking for relief from IBS, it’s the IBS Diva. Truth be told. Living with this condition is challenging. But one can learn to deal with this and go on to lead a full and healthy life. Try to find them as you progress on the road to self-acceptance. It’s a win-win situation.
Honey, you need to stop treating your irritable bowel disorder like a death sentence and start seeing it as a challenge you must conquer. You can lead a healthy and happy life despite having IBS if you adopt the right mentality and are open to trying out new and effective dietary adjustments and medical options.