The days in which a doctor would tell you that a medical condition only exists in your mind are long gone, and a doctor would now be more inclined to investigate the psychological manifestation of a physical ailment. Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) certainly doesn't only exist in a patient's mind, and yet some forms of treatment can focus on the psychological aspect of the condition, and with good reason too.
Hello. My name is Diana and I am 65 years old. As the years have gone by, I have realised that I need to take better care of my body. As a young woman, I used to spend a lot of time hanging around bars, drinking too much and smoking too many cigarettes. When I finally married, I would sit around in the house all day and eat plates of food. I put on a lot of weight and started to experience a range of health problems. Thankfully, I eventually visited my local health care clinic and received the help I needed to become a healthy human being. I was so pleased with the treatment and I learnt so much that I decided to start a blog.