Kijimea Irritable Bowel Capsule

Kijimea Irritable Colon is a medical device available in pharmacies to treat irritable bowel syndrome with the characteristics symptoms are constipation, diarrhea, stomach ache, bloating and abdominal distension.

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    Kijimea Irritable Bowel Capsule


    Description Kijimea Irritable Bowel Capsule

    Irritable Bowel Kijimea is a certified Class IIb medical device designed to treat irritable bowel syndrome with the characteristics symptoms are constipation, diarrhea, stomach ache, bloating and abdominal distension. Side effects and interactions are not known.
    Kijimea Irritable Bowel does not contain preservatives, sweeteners, artificial flavors, lactose or gluten, and is also suitable for people with diabetes. Kijimea Irritable Bowel do not contain gelatin.

    Directions for use and dosage

    Always take Kijimea® Irritable Bowel capsules following the directions provided by these instructions.
    Check with your doctor or pharmacist if in doubt.
    The instructions are valid to the extent that your doctor does not give you a different indication for Irritable Bowel Kijimea® capsules. Please follow the instructions because otherwise Kijimea® capsules Irritable Bowel can not act correctly

    Swallow 1x daily two Kijimea Irritable Bowel capsules during a meal, without chewing, with a sufficient quantity of liquid (eg a glass of water). For best results, Kijimea Irritable Bowel capsules should be taken for a minimum of four weeks, at best twelve weeks. An initial improvement in symptoms should occur about a week after the start of a regular outlet.

    We recommend alternate Kijimea cure with L-Intexyl NHCO when to digestive discomfort , especially related to stress and for the maintenance of normal mucous membranes (including the bowel), especially in cases of food intolerance .

    Kijimea composition Irritable Bowel Capsule

    The capsules contain the Kijimea® Irritable Bowel bifido strain B. bifidum-bacterial MIMBb75. The other ingredients are maltodextrin, dextrose, hypromellose, magnesium stearate, silicon dioxide, titanium dioxide, iron oxide, brilliant blue FCF.

    Precaution of use

    Keep Kijimea® Irritable Bowel capsules at a temperature below 25 ° C and in a dry environment.
    This product should be kept out of sight and reach of children.
    The capsules Kijimea® Irritable Bowel should not be used after the expiration date printed on the package.

    Introducing Kijimea Irritable Bowel Capsule

    The active agent of Kijimea Irritable Bowel is the single-bifido B. bifidum bacteria strain MIMBb75. A large clinical study to prove that only Kijimea Irritable Bowel allowed a considerable reduction in irritable bowel symptoms, and improved quality of life of those affected.

    More and more researchers consider disorders of the intestinal barrier are a cause ... of tiny lesions in the wall can irritate the intestinal nervous system, causing the appearance of the typical symptoms such as constipation, diarrhea, bloating and abdominal cramps .
    It is against these symptoms Irritable Bowel Kijimea fight by attacking the cause of irritation colon: metaphorically, it lands on the damaged intestinal wall in the manner of a bandage.

    Our Pharmacy expert advice


    Irritable Bowel Syndrome - Functional Colopathy

    Irritable bowel syndrome, which is also called functional colopathy, is very common. It is an abnormality of the functioning of the digestive tract which can be chronic. It is characterized by short episodes of constipation and loose stools, accompanied in most cases by abdominal pain.

    Irritable bowel syndrome is not considered a disease because there are no real medical causes. However, by manifesting itself chronically it can have a very negative influence on the quality of life, on the morale.

    This syndrome is very common and results from a hyper sensitivity of the colon. The colon, or large intestine, is located between the small intestine and the rectum and has the mission to complete the digestion of food by reabsorbing liquids and thus participate in the formation of stool.

    Functional colopathy is characterized by short episodes of constipation and loose stools, accompanied in most cases by abdominal pain. Pains and symptoms are often associated with psychological disorders such as stress, anxiety or depression.

    People with Irritable Colon Syndrome (IBS) are usually able to manage their symptoms by making adjustments to their lifestyle. A healthy diet can ease the symptoms. Dietary fiber, found in whole grain breads and cereals, beans, fruits and vegetables, prevents stools from becoming too dry and promotes regular bowel movement. Initially, adopting a high-fiber diet may cause bloating and gas, but this disappears after a few weeks; it is also possible to alleviate these discomfort by gradually changing the amount of fiber in the diet. You should also drink a lot, especially water, to prevent or reduce constipation.

    As stress can cause the appearance of IBS symptoms, it is important to know how to manage it best. It is often recommended to practice physical exercises as well as relaxation exercises (meditation, for example). Your doctor may also suggest that you speak with a counselor to learn how to better cope with IBS. If anxiety exacerbates your symptoms, ask your doctor how to better cope with your condition.

    The drug treatment of IBS only targets the symptoms. Medications are available to slow the transit of food through the digestive tract, and to control diarrhea. Laxatives are sometimes helpful in cases of persistent constipation, but it is best not to go addicted to get regular bowel movements. Antidiarrheal medications (eg loperamide) can help people whose diarrhea is one of the main symptoms. Several other medications are available and your doctor can discuss them with you.

    Probiotics are bacteria that live normally in the intestines and are found in certain foods; they are therefore considered as "good" bacteria. Some studies suggest that IBS could be caused by an imbalance of the good bacteria in the intestines. Probiotics can help alleviate the symptoms experienced by people with IBS by restoring this balance.

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