Dealing with IBS on your Wedding Day | Dealing with Intolerances

The Royal Wedding Day is finally here – American beauty Meghan Markle and Prince Harry officially tie the knot and the world will be in a frenzy about the dress, the suit, the cake, and even the celebrity guest list!

We’re taking the opportunity to discuss all things wedding here on TYI Labs, or any other special event you may have coming up in your diary this year.

Weddings can be stressful to plan, and a Bride and Groom will want to ensure that everything goes to plan. Unfortunately, some things can’t be planned, and for those who suffer with chronic illnesses or digestive problems, a bout of IBS on your wedding day is less than ideal.

What is IBS?

Irritable Bowel Syndrome, or IBS as it’s more commonly known – is a condition which affects the digestive system, causing stomach cramps, diarrhea and bloating. In some cases, it can go on for months and cause some serious stress to a persons mental health. One of the main causes for IBS can be intolerances to food and drink items, particularly dairy and wheat products.

If you suffer from IBS, you’ll already be aware of the symptoms to look out for, however a test from TYI Labs will help you to identify your intolerances, meaning you’ll know exactly which foods to cut out and avoid in the run up to your big day.

Dealing with IBS on your Wedding Day

Once you are aware of the foods that trigger your symptoms, you should inform your wedding caterers right away. The last thing you need is to be accidentally exposed to a food you’re intolerant to whilst enjoying your wedding breakfast.

If you are accidentally exposed to one of your intolerances, there will be over-the-counter medications you can take to help with the bloating, so a visit to your GP to stock up on these before the big day will be beneficial.

Do you think you may be suffering from intolerances? Visit www.testyourintolerance.com to order your test now – don’t suffer in silence, we will help you identify your problems and support you on your journey to better health and happiness.

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