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Uses of healing magnets >Bowel Disorders

Bowel disorders

Irritable bowel syndrome

    Characterized by symptoms of abdominal discomfort or pain, usually in the lower abdomen (although the location and intensity are variable, even at different times within the same person), and altered bowel habit (change in frequency or consistency) -- chronic or recurrent diarrhoea, constipation, or both in alternation. Everyone suffers from an occasional bowel disturbance. However, for those with IBS the symptoms are more severe, or occur more often -- either continuously or off and on. IBS affects men and women of all ages. Some or all of IBS symptoms can occur at the same time -- some symptoms may be more pronounced than others.

Ulcerative colitis

    Theories about what causes ulcerative colitis abound, but none have been proven. The most popular theory is that the body's immune system reacts to a virus or a bacterium by causing ongoing inflammation in the intestinal wall.
    People with ulcerative colitis have abnormalities of the immune system, but doctors do not know whether these abnormalities are a cause or a result of the disease. Ulcerative colitis is not caused by emotional distress or sensitivity to certain foods or food products, but these factors may trigger symptoms in some people. The most common symptoms of ulcerative colitis are abdominal pain and bloody diarrhoea. Patients also may experience
• fatigue
• weight loss
• loss of appetite
• rectal bleeding
• loss of body fluids and nutrients
    About half of patients have mild symptoms. Others suffer frequent fever, bloody diarrhoea, nausea, and severe abdominal cramps. Ulcerative colitis may also cause problems such as arthritis, inflammation of the eye, liver disease (hepatitis, cirrhosis, and primary sclerosing cholangitis), osteoporosis, skin rashes, and anaemia. No one knows for sure why problems occur outside the colon. Scientists think these complications may occur when the immune system triggers inflammation in other parts of the body. Some of these problems go away when the colitis is treated.

Crohn’s Disease

    Crohn's disease causes inflammation in the small intestine. Crohn's disease usually occurs in the lower part of the small intestine, called the ileum, but it can affect any part of the digestive tract, from the mouth to the anus. The inflammation extends deep into the lining of the affected organ. The inflammation can cause pain and can make the intestines empty frequently, resulting in diarrhoea.
    Crohn's disease is an inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), the general name for diseases that cause inflammation in the intestines. Crohn's disease can be difficult to diagnose because its symptoms are similar to other intestinal disorders such as irritable bowel syndrome and ulcerative colitis.

Diverticulitis

    Many people have small pouches in their colons that bulge outward through weak spots, like an inner tube that pokes through weak places in a tire. Each pouch is called a diverticulum. Pouches (plural) are called diverticula. The condition of having diverticula is called diverticulosis. When the pouches become infected or inflamed, the condition is called diverticulitis. This happens in 10 to 25 percent of people with diverticulosis. Diverticulosis and diverticulitis are also called diverticular disease.
Although not proven, the dominant theory is that a low-fibre diet is the main cause of diverticular disease. The disease was first noticed in the early 1900s. At about the same time, processed foods were introduced into the diet. Many processed foods contain refined, low-fibre flour. Unlike whole-wheat flour, refined flour has no wheat bran.

Magnetic treatment for bowel disorders

    Although bowel disorders can have different symptoms a common condition links them all, inflammation in the bowel. Regardless of which bowel disorder you may have there will be inflammation present with in the bowel. The magnetic treatment for all bowel disorders is the same, drinking magnetised water. As previously discussed magnetised water reduces inflammation.
    As the water is drunk it passes into the stomach, through the small intestine and into the large bowel. As it passes though the digestive system the magnetic field is absorbed by the gut and bowel lining (they primary job of the gut and bowel is the absorption of nutrients, so the magnetism is readily absorbed though into the lining). As the magnetic field penetrates into the lining the inflammation with in the bowel is reduced. As inflammation is reduced the associated symptoms also abate.
    It is recommended that people with bowel disorders drink at least 6 glasses of magnetised water per day, but it can be increased as required. The symptoms of bowel disorders will remain at bay whilst drinking magnetised water but unfortunately they return quite quickly once it is ceased, for this reason it is recommended that magnetised water is drank on a permanent basis.

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