Getting some form of physical exercise is still important when dealing with IBS. Exercise promotes blood flow & helps remove toxins from the body. Movement also will help the gut remove gas, reducing bloating.
IBS can cause fatigue which may hamper your ability to do strenuous exercise. However, you may still be able to do low or no impact exercises. If you are not maintain your weight, then I would not recommenced exercising as this will only make you lose more weight. You may want to consult your doctor before engaging in any sort of exercise regimen.
Hello. I don’t have a diagnosis of ibs,but i have a problem and i’m trying to understand what is a stake? i have diarrhea evrytime after doing some exercise, but when i’m not doing it it’s all okay no matter if i eat seasoned or not. i noticed that bread is so difficult for my stomach and it hurts me after eating it. so i did some tests and found out that i’m alergic on glutten and i don’t eat bread any more. I noticed some alergics on milk, and chees also. I have haemorrhoids too but not a helico bactery. Also they found a Gilbert syndrome after all this years i didn’t know. What is happening to me? Everyting was fine with me when i was doing fitness. it happend in last 6 mounth. And after not eating bread it still happening to me when i do exercise: diarrhea,fever, without appetite, poorly. Can you conect all this and tell me is this IBS or something else, doctors have no idea.Thanks 🙂