Martha BloggerHello – I’m Martha and I want to thank you for visiting my IBS Dangers site. As a frequent sufferer of stomach bloating and cramps myself, I started this blog to try and help clear up all the misinformation and confusion that’s out there about IBS. During the extensive research behind these posts I discovered a solution in the form of RezVera that is gaining a lot of attention among IBS sufferers.

I had heard great things about RezVera from friends who were struck down with numerous forms of intestinal discomfort (gas, diarrhea, constipation, heartburn and stomach bloating). They had dismissed the symptoms for years as being ‘stress-related’, or ‘something I ate’ and usually reached for an antacid, popped a supplement, or waited for the symptoms to pass.

That’s where the name of my site came from – ignoring the symptoms of IBS for long periods of time can be harmful to your physical and mental health, and to make things worse, when you do go in search of solutions, you are faced with an unbelievable amount of confusion, misinformation, and scamming about which pills, drinks or magic elixirs will manage or cure your condition.

Based on that research, I was prompted to start a blog that shares useful information about the dangers of IBS and provides honest and unbiased information on the results you can expect from RezVera, where you can find it at the cheapest price, and how you can spot and avoid all the scamming sites out there – and you would be amazed how many there are out there!

So this is the homepage of my site, and you’ll be able to find out everything you need to know about RezVera from the topic areas below:

My RezVera Review

After digging through all the confusion and misinformation about IBS relief out there and finding RezVera, I decided to write up everything I could find about what it is, what makes it different, and where you can get it at the cheapest price while keeping the money back guarantee. You can read it here – My Review of RezVera

I hope this site provides you with all the information you’re looking for in finding relief for your IBS symptoms.



For the visual learners out there, here’s an informative video about the role digestive enzymes play in the digestive process:


Spastic Colon or IBS?

As a medical term, spastic is an adjective: ‘relating to or affected by muscle spasm’ – in this case spasms of the bowel muscles. The term ‘spastic colon’ is simply another name for Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and reflects the instability of bowel habits that patients experience, such as diarrhea, constipation and often alternating between […]

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Excessive Gas: When Does ‘Burping’ Become ‘Flatulence’?

While the expulsion or passing of gas has always had an element of social embarrassment and humor (the cowboys in Mel Brooks’ movie Blazing Saddles suffering around the campfire, or grandpa’s famous “pull my finger” stunt), the production of gas is a natural and healthy part of the human digestive process. Most people produce between […]

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What Is Resveratrol?

Resveratrol is a phytoalexin. If you don’t have a chemistry or medical degree, or that term prompts a response of “a phyto – what?”, don’t panic! We’ll keep the rest of this post in layman’s terms. In nature, when plants are attacked by insects, bacteria, a fungus, or even extreme temperatures, they turn to natural […]

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Could My Bloated Stomach Be A Symptom of IBD?

One common concern for sufferers of IBS is that they might actually have a much worse condition called IBD – Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Is there a difference? Is one more severe than the other? First, we should consider the symptoms they have in common: Bloated stomach, abdominal cramps and pain, and diarrhea. If you are […]

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How Can I Have a Bloated Stomach AND Constipation?

Many IBS sufferers would argue that the discomfort from constipation comes a close second to the discomfort of a bloated stomach. Constipation can mean different things to different people. For many, it simply means irregular or infrequent stools. For others, it can mean hard stools, excessive straining for a bowel movement, or a sense of […]

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How Can I Have a Bloated Stomach AND Diarrhea?

I know that diarrhea is not the most pleasant topic for a post, but since it’s a common symptom for IBS sufferers (as well as the second most common reported illness in the USA), it’s worth discussing it in some detail (with as few gory bits as possible!). One of the most common misconceptions about […]

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How Can I Treat My Bloated Stomach?

Stomach bloating can range from the mild discomfort of trapped intestinal gas, to an obviously bulging or distended abdomen. It is one of the most common symptoms of IBS and often the most difficult to treat. Constipation and diarrhea can be addressed with supplements and medications, but bloating can originate from such a wide range […]

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What Causes A Bloated Stomach?

I have found in my research that a bloated stomach can result from a variety of symptoms that can range from minor to major medical conditions. I’ll list them in order of medical severity: 1.    How You Eat Swallowing too much air when you eat (Aerophagia) as a result of eating too quickly, talking while […]

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