I hope you enjoy this little insight into my ideal session for self care during an IBS flare up. I share with you a full IBS massage routine and some of my preferred sources of relaxation and meditation.
*Quick disclaimer although I am a qualified massage therapist I am not “your” personal therapist. Please take into consideration your individual health and medication needs and consult your doctor if necessary before attempting to self-massage.
Skip to the IBS massage routine:
The 5 minute flare-up soup recipe:
The peppermint pulse oil recipe:
The Lune Innate ASMR video featured:
Nerva App: (Please note I have not purchased this and therefore cannot personally recommend it but I have heard positive reviews.)
The hypnotherapy video featured:
My favourite ASMR channels:
The Lune Innate:
Liziqui: (Please note this channel features cooking with animal products, if this disturbs you then please avoid this one.)
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The low FODMAP diet should only be undertaken under the supervision of a registered dietitian. The elimination phase of the low FODMAP diet is extremely restrictive and should only be implemented for a limited period of time as part of a monitored treatment programme for medically diagnosed gut conditions. Due to the restrictive nature of the diet, it is not recommended for people with a history of disordered eating. Please talk to a professional if you have any concerns regarding the suitability of the low FODMAP diet for your individual circumstances.
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