What Causes Abdominal Pain?
Bellyache may be onset by one or more of the following causes. These can be a good indication as to what kind of treatment to seek.
Gas production and retention leads to symptoms of bloating in the lower abdomen.
Symptoms of constipation can be painful, and so can the eventual passing of the hardened stool.
Loose stool can cause much distress to the gut, and is usually accompanied by moderate to severe cramping.
How to Recognize Abdominal Pain
Use the following breakdowns to determine exactly what kind of abdominal pain you are dealing with, and thus how to treat it accordingly. Always consult with a doctor or HCP.
This type of pain is usually isolated to one area in the abdomen. Localized abdominal pain is caused by imbalance in a particular organ.
The pain associated to bloating, constipation and diarrhea. It tends to fluctuate, and may require treatment.
Severe conditions, such as gallstones or kidney stones, can bring about colicky abdominal pain including spasms.
How to Prevent Abdominal Pain
Stomach related pain is tricky, as there are many triggers to this condition. The following could help with long term prevention:
Wash your hands before every meal
When we eat, our hands bring harmful bacteria into contact with our food and mouths. If our immune system isn’t on top of things, digestive trouble will surely arise.
Take a daily probiotic
Incorporating a probiotic into your routine is one way to ensure you’re doing something each day to prevent intestinal disorder.
How can Bacillus clausii help you solve your gut problems?
Bacillus clausii is a type of spore-forming good bacteria that works to rebalance the intestine. When consumed regularly (or as advised by a HCP), it can help to treat and prevent different conditions associated to gut disorder.
Learn how different daily triggers could be contributing to intestinal disorders, and how a good probiotic could be the ally you never knew you needed!