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Are you nervous?  Do you have IBS symptoms? You might be surprised that your anxiety is not in your head, it is in your gut.  Find Home Remedies for Irritable Bowel Syndrome Below.

Psychiatrists are amazed how many brain neurotransmitters (serotonin, for example) are in the gut and Gastroenterologists are amazed by how many gut neurotransmitters are in the brain.

It is interesting to note that the gut’s (enteric) nervous system forms from the same neural matter that becomes the brain during embryonic development.

Western science is just now coming to the conclusion that your gut and your brain regulate and influence each other, whereas ancient Chinese and Indian healing cultures have recognized this for millennia.

This why your gut’s nervous system is medically referred to as the “little brain.”

Here are 8 of the shared neurotransmitters:

•    Serotonin (5-HT)
•    Cholecystokinin
•    Neuropeptide Y
•    Leptin
•    Norepinephrine
•    Opiates
•    Acetylcholine
•    Dopamine

Let’s look at one of them today: serotonin.

Serotonin receptors are located throughout the gastro-intestinal (GI) tract. Throughout the central nervous system, serotonin plays an important role in the mediation of anger, aggression, body temperature, mood, sleep, human sexuality, appetite, and metabolism.

In the GI tract, serotonin plays a role in mediating sensory and reflex responses to gut stimulus, as well as modulating such actions as vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain, GI reflexes, and eating behavior (many of these are IBS symptoms).

As you can see, just serotonin is a key player on the neurotransmitter dream team. Drug companies have labeled genetic mutations of serotonin receptors and the serotonin transporters, which allow the uptake of serotonin into the synapses of the brain as psychological diseases.

Now they are attempting to justify using Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRIs) in Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) patients, in spite of the danger of increasing suicide and health risks.

Now in mad attempt to sell more psychotropic, or mind altering drugs, psychiatrists are claiming that 60% of IBS patients have “generalized anxiety disorder,” or GAD.

Another 20% of Irritable Bowel Syndrome patients are claimed to have depression and all the rest of people with IBS have other various psychological disorders.

According to professor Blanchard at the State University of New York at Albany, everyone who complains of irritable bowel syndrome is a candidate for his latest mind altering (SSRI) drugs.

Perhaps people like Professor Blanchard feel everyone should take drugs to deal with common human emotions.

Please forgive me if I sound off a little here, but isn’t that what we used to call “escapism” through intoxication?

It seems it is okay to hide in a pill bottle if anyone gets upset these days. What ever happen to dealing with life, head on?

If anything should give you a “gut feeling,” (and I am not talking about IBS symptoms here) I hope you see through this insane attempt to chemically enslave you and agree that it is way out of line.

Keep in mind I’m only talking about one of the eight neurotransmitters that your brain, central nervous system and gut share. Because Big Pharma owns the science of psychopharmacology in America, you can bet your bottom dollar they will invent more diseases and syndromes to sell more drugs such as SSRI.

Take a moment and look at how hard it is to stop taking SSRI anti-depressant medication once you have started. In fact, it is so serious they have a clinical name for it, called SSRI Discontinuation Syndrome.

As you already know, we used to call it drug “withdrawal,” but now it is labeled as another medical condition. I studied a case scenario of a patient taking SSRI antidepressants for five weeks and here is what I found.

By simply tapering the patient off the Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor (SSRI) drugs in small “10-milligram” increments . . . within only a couple days these are the typical side effects you would experience:

• flu like symptoms
• headache
• diarrhea
• nausea
• vomiting
• chills
• dizziness
• fatigue
• insomnia
• agitation
• impaired concentration
• vivid dreams
• depersonalization
• irritability
• suicidal thoughts

These symptoms last anywhere from one to seven weeks and vary in intensity.

Okay . . . Have I got your attention this time? I hope so, because given the option I would rather deal with my IBS symptoms until I discover a natural IBS cure. Let’s be honest here, would you really sell your independence to a drug manufacturer or try natural home remedies to cure IBS?

If you don’t believe drug companies are using people as guinea pigs, then you’re not reading the news. There is an absurd amount of money at stake here. Do you really think just because there is a natural IBS cure that Big Pharma will stop trying to sell you drugs? Think again.

In fact, if they ever get their way, all natural IBS home remedies will be outlawed.

If you are tired of all the failed medications and you feel stressed out because your digestive system is out of whack, or if you simply desire a natural IBS cure . . .

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Irritable Bowel Syndrome isn’t labeled a disease because the medical industry simple doesn’t know how to properly diagnose it. Whenever that happens they “trash can label it” as a syndrome once they recognize the IBS symptoms. That is why so many doctors tell their patients who have IBS, that it is all in their head . . . as if you are imagining it all.

If anxiety is the cause of IBS, everyone on the planet would have IBS, and of course IBS will add to your anxiety.

So here is a clue: because their drugs won’t cure the cause, they just block another symptom with another drug.

There are better ways to deal with human emotion than taking dangerous and addictive drugs that require expensive medical intervention to break away from. There are also proven home remedies for treating IBS, as well . . . Follow Mama Nature and she will always do you right.

There is no reason to kill yourself trying to reverse your irritable bowel syndrome or soothe your IBS symptoms with any drug like SSRI. There is a proven stress management technique to help prevent, ease or treat IBS symptoms.

Getting up for some mild to moderate exercise, eating an anti-IBS diet and getting quality rest will also help reduce emotional and physical stress. For the IBS Cure from Barton Publishing,

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