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Why Your Efforts To Relieve Your Symptoms Aren’t Working (and what to do about it)

Indigestion? Here’s 6 Tips!

Do you suffer with indigestion? May be you get a horrible painful or uncomfortable sensation in your chest area, after you’ve eaten?

May be you’re trying to fuel before a training session or an event, but this indigestion is making you feel rubbish and is off-putting?

You can feel like you want to be sick. You can feel bloated. And you can also have that acidy burning feeling in your chest.

All this can affect your exercise performance.

So here’s some quick tips to help you manage your indigestion:

(but failing that, if it’s persistent, speak with your doctor. You can also get in touch with me for specific dietary recommendations).

Indigestion can be a symptom of IBS, and if you haven’t yet been diagnosed, there are some things to consider and be aware of. So download this guide now that will help you help your doctor to diagnose you.

N.B. It is crucial to get your food and fluid intake right if you want to control your IBS symptoms and if you want train harder, go faster and recover quicker from training sessions and competitions. Dietary requirements are highly individualised and there’s no ‘one size fits all’ approach. Working with a Registered Clinical & Sports Dietitian to develop a bespoke plan based on your unique requirements will help to ensure the most appropriate strategy and best results are achieved. 

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