Are you troubled by IBS? Heartburn? Hemorrhoids? Diarrhea? Constipation?
Do you suffer with bouts of pancreatitis, gastritis, or diverticulitis?
Are you worried about ulcers?
Find the answers you need in the 2020 edition of Mount Sinai School of Medicine’s Digestive Diseases and Disorders. Put an end to the pain, discomfort and worry caused by digestion problems. Learn how recent breakthroughs and the latest advances are making it possible to pinpoint, treat—and prevent—digestive conditions that can threaten your good health.
Hippocrates — the father of medicine — is credited with saying, “All disease begins in the gut.” The latest science supports this notion in many ways. In fact, you probably already know that good health and a strong immune system are linked to a healthy digestive system. But what you may not realize is your digestive system is more than just your stomach and intestines. Your digestive system extends from your esophagus to your anus and also includes your gall bladder, liver, and pancreas.
That means everything from GERD, IBS, bloating and gastritis to hepatitis, gallstones, pancreatitis and ulcers and ulcerative colitis are digestive disorders. And millions of Americans suffer from these conditions and often turn to potentially harmful drugs, such as proton pump inhibitors, or PPIs, to try and get relief. But you don’t have to rely on drugs that may come with dozens of side effects.
Get answers to all your digestion questions from the top experts at Mount Sinai School of Medicine. You’ll learn:
- How gallstones could be the cause of pancreatitis
- The surprising cause of serious diarrhea – and the best way to prevent it
- 3 simple ways to relieve constipation without medications
- Why probiotics may be the key to relieving the painful bloating and gas of IBS
- The most effective treatment for second- and third-degree hemorrhoids
- And more!
If you want to uncover the best ways to prevent and treat every digestive discomfort or disorder from stomach and intestinal ailments, to ulcers, gallstones, and digestive system cancers then order your 2020 copy of Digestive Diseases and Disorders today!