Bloating, Digestion Issues, Heartburn, and Reflux

Gut Health Dallas

Everybody has a stomach ache once in a while, but when bloating, gassiness, diarrhea, or constipation start to become the norm, it’s time to look into it. When you have digestive upset, there can be a whole host of issues; chronic bloating, acid reflux or GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease), diarrhea, stomach cramps, weariness, and brain fog. A visit to your primary care doctor will likely result in a prescription to treat the symptoms if you have been experiencing them. Medical professionals usually always prescribe antacids like Tums or Pepto-Bismol to address these problems; alternatively, they might have listed proton-pump inhibitors (PPIs) to address your “overactive” stomach acid and then recommended some other medications to manage the resulting symptoms.

While some medications may temporarily reduce symptoms, they may also have the unintended side effect of deterring researchers from examining the reason for persistent symptoms. As a result, patients and primary care physicians feel unprepared to address these gastrointestinal problems; instead, they merely manage the following symptoms through repression.

The issue with such a typical, conventional approach is that there are numerous potential causes of your ongoing stomach distress. You won’t know how to permanently alleviate your noticed digestive symptoms until you eventually comprehend the underlying factors that aggravate them.

Finding the Root Cause of Your Symptoms

It’s vital to remember that gut microbiota affects most bodily systems adversely when it’s out of balance. The same symptoms, such as bloating, gassiness, diarrhea, constipation, and abdominal discomfort, are present in hundreds of gastrointestinal illnesses. Along with other crippling symptoms, those with poor gut health may also experience brain fog, lethargy, and low mood.


We made amazing strides in the 1990s in comprehending how closely connected our microbiome—a collection of microorganisms, including bacteria, fungi, protozoa, and viruses—is to our general health.

Our gut microbiome is made up of bacteria that aid digestion, boost immune function, combat dangerous pathogens, and create essential nutrients, including B12, thiamine (B1), and riboflavin. Additionally, they create crucial neurotransmitters that support healthy brain function.

In regions where traditional medicine is underperforming, a specialist approach is needed to alleviate the distressing symptoms of gastrointestinal illnesses. 

Providers of functional medicine, such as Mar360 Wellness, are qualified to apply this specific strategy to identify the underlying causes of these problems.


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