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More and more research shows that stress could be linked to poor digestive health - according to recent research, up to 70% of Irritable Bowel Syndrome cases could be stress related

A recent 'Life Balance' survey conducted by Imodium shows that its no surprise that people are developing stress related digestive problems as millions of us in Britain are working too hard and spending less than six hours with our partners or loved ones never mind leaving any 'me' time.

Dr Lewis an eminent neuro-psychologist and specialist in stress who helped develop the survey says: “The survey revealed that almost a third of respondents claimed to experience high levels of stress at least once a week, therefore increasing their chances of experiencing stress-related health problems such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome or diarrhoea.”

If you're writing about digestive health and stress we can offer you survey data, case studies and experts for interview such as Dr David Lewis and Dr Nick Read a trained gastrointestinal physician and psychotherapist who is a trustee of the IBS network and a leading expert in the field of IBS and stress.

For more information please contact Craig Haslop or Nikki Bryan on 01444 484888 or 07971 884723

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