Stomach aches and digestion

Are you prone to stomach aches? Do you often experience bloating? Even though the problem is a real scourge, that doesn’t mean it’s inevitable. Digestive disorders are often the result of an unbalanced diet and a poor lifestyle.

What are the most common symptoms of digestive disorders?

You’ve probably experienced difficulty digesting a large meal, bloating and perhaps even acid reflux.

The symptoms of poor digestion are numerous:

  • Abdominal pain more or less intense;
  • Feeling of gravity;
  • Nausea;
  • Vomiting;
  • Slow or accelerated transit (constipation or diarrhea);
  • Heartburn;
  • Reflux;

If you are used to eating meals on the run, eaten in a hurry or under stress, it is certain that these symptoms of poor digestion are not unknown to you.

What causes digestive disorders?

There are many sources of digestive discomfort. Indeed, we know that stress and anxiety interfere with the digestive process. But not only. Overeating, eating too much food or eating a diet low in fiber also affects your ability to digest.

This can also be played out at the level of the intestinal microbiota. If your intestinal flora, made up of billions of bacteria, is unbalanced, it can create intestinal dysbiosis. The absorption of essential nutrients to your body is then inefficient and partial.

What causes bloating?

Gas accumulates in the small intestine and creates tension in the abdomen. These tensions are the bloating. This can be the result of a diet too rich in fat, sugar or spices. This diet has the effect of irritating your digestive system. Stress also contributes to the contraction of the intestines, which promotes bloating. Smoking, certain medications and lactose intolerance also contribute to this.

What are the solutions to end digestive disorders?

You will be able to treat your digestive problems naturally thanks to these different therapies.

Nutritherapy: diagnosis and follow-up consultations à la carte to reduce digestive disorders

An adapted and customized nutritional diagnosis will shed light on the cause of digestive problems. This is the first step towards effective support. Our nutritherapists are committed to making a precise and complete assessment of the overall health of each individual so that the new eating habits to be integrated are the most adequate possible.

Following an initial consultation, a follow-up is necessary to put an end to the digestive problems in the long term.

Nutritherapy: Detox program to reduce digestive disorders

A detox treatment tailored to you alone allows you to clear the slate of everything that prevents your emunctory organs and digestive system from functioning properly. Our nutritherapists will accompany you starting with a precise and complete diagnosis and then establish an adapted detox program.

If you have never done a detox and you want to try it, try our short program (tailored of course) over 3 to 7 days!

Food rebalancing program to reduce digestive disorders

Eating disorders are usually related to your eating habits and lifestyle. Changing your diet little by little towards a healthier, more balanced, livelier and more vitalizing diet favors a better transit and reduces eating disorders.

Nutritherapy: Substitution program to reduce digestive disorders

It is possible that your digestive problems come from a diet too rich in sugars, gluten, or any other food causing chronic inflammation. To give your intestines a new lease on life, there is nothing better than individual support from our nutritherapists. These will help you to gradually replace harmful foods with foods that are good for you.

Nutritherapy: fasting program to reduce digestive disorders

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Yoga: a great ally in reducing symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome

Since digestive pathologies are often related to stress and anxiety, yoga can help relax the digestive system by strengthening the parasympathetic nervous system. In addition, the different postures allow to massage the digestive system as well as to work on the abdominal breathing.

Private lessons with a personalized follow-up will allow you to put an end to your various health concerns. Classes are held in the studio, at home or online. You can choose between two types of yoga:

Hatha Yoga or classical yoga

Yoga therapy or yoga with a scientific approach

Vinyasa Yoga or dynamic yoga

Yin Yoga or slow and regenerating yoga

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