My IBS Diary is a food and symptoms diary that helps you track the type and intensity of your symptoms, your eating habits, bowel movements, mood and events that may affect you. Using My IBS Diary on a daily basis will let you remember exactly how you were feeling at any given moment, what you had been eating that day, and when you went to the toilet, which helps greatly when talking to your doctor, and gives you clues about which foods may trigger which symptoms.
• A straightforward interface: adding entries to the diary is so easy you will never feel lazy about keeping it up-to-date. Additionally, My IBS Diary remembers which food you have taken in the past and helps you by autocompleting food entries.
• Keep track of what you eat, how you feel, your visits to the toilet, and the medication you take.
• Create reports and print them from your computer. Useful when talking to your doctor.
• Password protection: if you choose so, you may protect access to your diary, so only you can read and write entries
• Discreet appearance: neither the icon nor application title will catch the attention of unwanted eyes.
• Personal diary: keep notes about anything you think might be useful – stressful events, detailed notes about how you were feeling that day...
• Easy navigation: jump to any date with just a few taps and review any day in the past.
† Refund policy: if you are not satisfied with your purchase, please contact us first to see if we can help you in any way. If this is not enough, you may ask for a refund for the full price of the app within 15 days of the purchase date.
‡ Usage note: the BM abbreviation stands for “bowel movement”.
Målet med den här appen är att på ett tydligt och enkelt sätt vara ett stöd i vardagen när du vill äta enligt FODMAPs-dieten. Att utesluta FODMAPs i kosten har visat sig hjälpa 75-80% hos personer med IBS.
Appen innehåller recept, livsmedelslistor och tips på produkter som finns i svenska butiker.
Vi kommer kontinuerligt uppdatera appen med mer recept, fler produkter och se till att livsmedelslistorna stämmer med den senaste forskningen om FODMAPs.
Har du förslag på förbättringar eller frågor om FODMAPs hör av dig.
Taggar: fodmaps, fodmap, fodmaps recept, ibs, ibsfri, diet, kost, glutenfri, glutenfritt
Stop Making Things Worse By Using Dangerous Prescription and Over-The-Counter Drugs!
Are IBS Symptoms Ruining Your Entire Life?
Do You Want The Digestive System You Were Born With Back?
Have you become paralyzed by the symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome?
Are you weary of the nausea, cramps, bloating, gas, constipation and sexual fears caused by this uncomfortable yet very common condition?
Having IBS can be pretty painful. You never know what to expect from one day to the next! You are either running to the toilet with a serious case of the runs or so constipated that you can barely move.
Here is what you will learn inside...
★ What role stress plays in causing IBS
★ What it means to have a "sensitive colon"
★ How doctors determine how severe the condition is in any individual sufferer
★ Why the condition of Irritable Bowel Syndrome is so difficult to diagnose in the first place!
★ A description of the other medical conditions and afflictions that IBS shares symptoms with and is commonly confused with!
★ A discussion of both the Manning Criteria and the Rome III Criteria which are used by doctors to officially diagnosis a case of IBS
★ Why both loose bowels and constipation are both symptoms of the condition
★ What types of bowel movements to look for in your toilet bowel that may indicate that you have IBS
★ The physical symptoms that many people suffer when they have IBS
★ What anxiety or depression may have to do with IBS
★ How allopathic doctors test for a positive diagnosis of IBS
★ How the use of laxatives can make it difficult to diagnose the condition
★ Discussing the role that fiber can take in either improving your condition or making it much worse!
★ How to determine which foods irritate your colon the worst - these are your trigger foods!
★ How to differentiate a stimulating food (a good thing!) from an irritating food (a bad thing!)
★ Where to find your best sources of soluble fiber which can greatly alleviate the discomfort of elimination when you suffer form IBS
★ Why you should eat your soluble fiber first before you eat any other food at a meal and how that can help prevent unpleasant symptoms
★ How to avoid gaining weight when trying to manage this problem
★ Why egg yolks are not the best thing for an IBS sufferer to eat
★ The role that fried foods, like French Fries and onion rings can play in aggravating your condition
★ Why eating red meat can make IBS worse
★ The role that coffee, colas and other caffeinated beverages can play in making your IBS worse
★ Letting you know why carbonation of any kind is not good for an IBS sufferer to ingest, even if it is diet or contains no sugar
★ Explaining once and for all why all IBS sufferers should avoid ingesting artificial sweeteners
★ What the common ingredient in Chinese food, fried chicken and even store bought lemonade is that can cause problems with your bowels
★ Informing you of the very best brand of commercial fiber that is available to buy on the market today
★ How consuming probiotics can help regulate the behavior of your stomach and bowels
★ How consuming digestive enzymes can help you with this condition
★ The name of the two minerals that you absolutely must not be deficient in if you are going to cure your condition
★ A list of food s that contain chemicals or enzymes that are well-known stomach irritants, the kind of substances that are likely to cause anyone who suffers from irritable bowel syndrome a very unpleasant reaction.
★ and much, Much More!
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Simply record your foods, drinks, medications, energy, sleep quality, stress, exercise, environmental factors, bowel movements, and any symptoms you experience to discover insights into the possible triggers of your symptoms. The more diary events you record, the more effective the analysis becomes.
You can also provide your doctor or dietician with a clear view of your diet and symptoms plus additional factors such as medications, stress, exercise, etc. by generating a report of your diary for printing or sharing by email.
You can also use mySymptoms to aid your analysis during an elimination diet. (Always consult a licensed health professional prior to modifying your diet)
Please note that the analysis tool uses statistical methods to identify suspect triggers and does not understand your diet or specific health circumstances. It isn't a silver bullet - it is aimed at providing insights into possible triggers to help you and your doctor / dietician as part of a broader, holistic investigation.
+ Record food, drink, medication, stress, exercise, environmental factors, and other activities and notes
+ Record any symptoms you experience (including intensity, duration, and notes)
+ Record your energy, sleep quality, and bowel movements (using Bristol scale)
+ View and modify your diary entries
+ Create and modify your own symptoms
+ Export your food diary as a HTML report for printing or sharing (note: requires SD card)
+ Add or modify your own drinks, foods, medications, exercises, and other activities
+ Add or modify meals with your own ingredients
+ Add or modify detailed ingredients to any item – food, drink or medication
+ Analyze your food diary to see what might possibly be triggering your symptoms
+ The analysis window can be set between 1 and 72 hours
+ Optionally set the date range to analyze
+ Results show a list of possible suspects for a selected symptom
+ Detailed results for each suspect includes more specific information, a histogram and trend chart
mySymptoms includes a small database of foods, medications, exercises, and environmental factors to help get you going. If you can’t find something, simply type its name in and tap the add button - it’s that simple! Once added, it's conveniently there for future use. You can also create personalized meals containing the ingredients that you use, and once you’ve added a meal or food item, you can use it repeatedly.
NOTE: mySymptoms currently supports portrait orientation only.
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If you experience any issues with the App, then please contact support to report it - we will then do our utmost to resolve the issue as soon as possible. Thanks!
* More information can be found at www.mysymptomsapp.com
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Life is too short to waste time suffering because of your food... use this app to quickly determine whether a food is likely to cause you problems.
Just glance down to see one of three icons for "good", "bad", or "unsure" (meaning that different sources disagree about the effects of that particular food).
This free app contains a list that was created from several sources (listed in the About tab of the app) to create a master list of about 250 foods.
Disclaimer: this app is not made by a doctor and it does not attempt to diagnose or treat anything. It is simply a helpful tool to assist people trying to adhere to a low FODMAP diet.
The app includes the following:
- Background information about FODMAPs
- A food guide detailing the FODMAP content for hundreds of foods
- A full recipe book including 79 original and nutritious recipes with professional photography
- A shopping list for organising low FODMAP purchases
- A one week challenge to trial and monitor a strict FODMAP diet, with the function to view detailed graphs of symptoms and the end of the week
IBS-FREE IS MADY BY A REGISTERED DIETICIAN WHICH GUARANTEES CORRECT INFORMATION.
Take part in the new, revolutionary method to become IBS-free – without medicine. Use this app to follow the low FODMAP diet that helps 80 % of people with IBS. Reduce your symptoms and make your life easier. IBS-free is made by a registered dietician specialized in treatment of IBS using the low FODMAP diet.
IBS-free is the perfect guide for shopping helping you find the right products and reading the label. The lists will help you identifying the content of FODMAPs in different foods.
ABOUT THE APP
• Information about IBS – Diagnosis, symptoms and treatment.
• Information about FODMAP – Elimination phase and reintroduction.
• Search among hundreds of ingredients and products marked red or green depending of their content of FODMAPs.
There is a lot of information about IBS and the low FODMAP diet on the internet. Sources are not always reliable and information can vary from different sites. IBS-free is made by a registered dietician who has helped thousands of patients with IBS using the low FODMAP diet. All facts are based on the latest analysis of foods regarding their content of FODMAPs. Lists and products are updated regularly.
TYPE (using the Bristol Stool Form Scale Types 1-7)
SIZE (small, medium, large)
COLOR (brown, black, green, red, white, yellow)
SMELL (mild, strong, foul)
ABDOMINAL PAIN, CONSTIPATION, DIARRHEA, PAIN LEVEL, STRAIN, STRESS LEVEL, URGENCY (mild, moderate, severe)
BLOOD, MUCUS (in stool, on stool, on paper, in toilet)
Monthly List gives an overview that can be edited or deleted
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Calendar by Day shows monthly view and highlights days that have a recorded entry. Click on any day and the first record for that day will display below the calendar. This is a great way to see how many days between bowel movements.
Calendar by Code shows monthly view of days that have a specific code. Click on the code below the month and each record containing the symptom will highlight. Scroll screen up and down to see all available codes.
Daily, Weekly and Monthly List gives an overview that can be shared, edited or deleted.
Charts offer an annual overview of all records and symptoms. Scroll across the months to see how many times a symptom occurred each month.
View statistics for current day, week and month. Quick statistics such as how many times diarrhea occurred this week or how many times blood was in the stool this month, etc.
Export data to a csv file for easy transitioning to a google or excel spreadsheet where additional charts and graphs can be created.
Store notes and photos with any record.
If you have tried PoopLog and Poop Diary, then you would most definitely want to try Poop Happened. It is more comprehensive than any other app on the market at this time.
Ta del av den revolutionerande metoden för att bli fri från IBS – utan mediciner. Minska dina symtom och få en lättare vardag. Appen IBSfri är framtagen av Leg. Dietist Sofia Antonsson, grundare av www.ibsfri.com, och den enda dietisten i Sverige som är specialiserad på behandling av IBS med hjälp av FODMAPs-kost.
Perfekt att använda i matbutiken! IBSfri ger dig färdiga listor med produkter och ingredienser för att snabbt identifiera FODMAPs i livsmedel.
KORTFATTAT OM APPEN
Innehåll i appen:
• Information om IBS – diagnos, symtom.
• Information om FODMAPs – Elimineringsfas och återinförande.
• Sökfunktion med hundratals ingredienser markerade med rött eller grönt beroende på deras innehåll av FODMAPs.
• Register med FODMAPs-vänliga ersättningsprodukter inom flera olika livsmedelskategorier.
VARFÖR SKA DU VÄLJA IBSfri?
Det finns mycket information på nätet om IBS och FODMAPs. Källorna är oftast svåra att hitta varför tillförlitligheten blir låg. IBSfri drivs av Leg. Dietist Sofia Antonsson med stor kunskap inom området. All fakta bygger på de senaste analyserna av livsmedel avseende innehållet av FODMAPs. Listor och produkter uppdateras kontinuerligt. OBS! Andra appar som inte är gjorda av leg. dietist kan innehålla felaktiga uppgifter vilket kan leda till att behandlingen inte ger korrekt resultat!
Treatments for IBS vary include changes to diet, anti-spasmodic medications, muscle relaxants, and stress reduction.
Unfortunately, these treatment methods do not help every person with IBS.
So how can hypnotherapy help?
Over a decade of scientific research has shown hypnotherapy to be successful for alleviating the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome and it can produce positive results in over 80% of the people who use it.
Hypnotherapy first helps by relaxing the body. Relaxation improves blood flow to the gut - something that stress tends to inhibit - and so improves digestion and the movement of food through the bowel.
Visualisation techniques used during the therapy, sometimes termed as "gut related therapy" help to aid the relaxation and reduce the painful symptoms.
It is a uniquely comfortable form of treatment. It is relaxing, easy, enjoyable and completely without negative side-effects.
Don't just trust us, read what some of our recent customers had to say:-
"Dear Mr. Roberts,
You do not know me, but I recently purchased the IBS Rx CD from you and I thought you might like to know of the outcome.
I have suffered from IBS for 25 years on and off and have tried literally so many Rx's over the years, to no avail. I have had hypnosis several times, usually with good effect whilst undergoing the Rx with the therapist, but sadly not as much benefit from the tapes alone when using them by myself.
They have all in their own way, allowed me to experience some degree of self-hypnosis and relaxation, but I have to say, I have never come across one quite like yours!
It is wonderful. I really feel like I have been to those places and go so deep it is amazing. The way you use your voice is incredibly calming and I just love that feeling as if my body with all it's aches and pains does not belong to me during those times.
I cannot yet comment upon how it has affected my IBS, it is too soon yet to know and I also have Endometriosis which means that at some times there is not much I can do about the pain no matter what I do. But in a general sense, these problems have made me feel very stressed and panicky even when I do not have an attack, because I am always anticipating one.
But put it this way, I normally have to play a tape nearly every day to get an effect. In your case, however, the general effects are instantaneous and seem to last days, my sense of well being and calmness is great. It lasts me 2 weeks! Also, I used to consider it penance to have to lie still and listen to the other tapes, couldn't seem to settle. Whereas I find myself looking forward to yours as a treat.
Anyway, I'll sign off now. Just thought you might like to know the effectiveness of your therapies. I am a Registered Nurse myself, so I know how important it is to be aware of results.
Rita O'Neill, Bradford, UK
* Daily log of food and symptoms
* Autocompletes entries to quickly enter common meals
* Search for something before you eat it to see if it might have caused you trouble in the past
* Custom categories so you can track additional things like exercise, medication, stress or anxiety level, etc.
* Export in CSV and XLS format for processing, archiving, or printing to bring to a doctor or dietitian
Irritable bowel syndrome is characterized by frequent cramping of the stomach, bloating, abdominal pain, diarrhea and constipation. These cause a great deal of distress and discomfort but will never lead to more aggravated condition since it does not cause permanent harm on the sufferer.
While there is a common pattern for most patients, still the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome vary from patients to patients.
Some may experience single symptoms, say constipation. Many people though report of having cramping or straining without any or minimal release of stool. These people experience mucus release along with their bowel too. Mucus is a fluid-form lubricant that helps moisten the digestive passages for easier release of digested materials.
Some patients, on the other hand, undergo diarrhea, which is characterized with frequent release of uncontrollable watery stools. But some endure alternate constipation and diarrhea.
The ceasing of symptoms does not imply the stoppage of the syndrome all together though. Many people find it more difficult to deal with irritable bowel syndrome after a few months of subsided syndromes.
While many cases of this syndrome are regularly reported worldwide, there are still no known causes that would determine the proper treatments. Many researchers agree that this may have a relation on the colon or the large bowel that is especially reactive to specific stresses and food elements.
Others argue that this is largely affected by the efficiency of the immune system.
Persons with this condition are known to have irregular motility or movement of the large colon. This is termed to as spasmodic but other patients display temporary cessation of intestinal movement.
IBS is frequently linked with bacterial infection found in the gastrointestinal tract. Researchers observed that people who have developed gastroenteritis have greater likelihood of also developing IBS.
In addition, it is found that irritable bowel syndrome heightens once susceptibility over anxiety and stress which in return aggravate the condition. Similarly, many symptoms of IBS cause depression and anxiety.
Other patients projected links with irritable bowel syndrome and celiac disease, which is the inability of a person to digest gluten. Gluten is the substance found in wheat, barley, eye and flour that basically help in the coagulation of the bread. Patients of celiac disease have immune systems that respond to gluten by damaging the small intestine. The presence of celiac disease along with IBS can be checked through blood tests.
For female sufferers however, findings have suggested that many have worsened symptoms during their menstrual period.
These are basically the commonly observed "supposed causes" of internal bowel movements. The scientific and the medical communities are continually working on resolving the causes so as to create feasible treatment options that would help ease out the condition.
Nevertheless, people have already practiced a number of things to help provide temporary treatment for irritable bowel syndrome. Many of which entail the avoidance towards foods that normally cause the symptoms to reappear. Many activities are also suggested to be avoided to limit the appearance of the symptoms. Such include large meals, caffeine from teas, colas and chocolates and abstention from alcohol and wheat-based products.
Store all your prescriptions by taking pictures of them
Attach all you healthcare documents such as test results, ecg, etc
setup pill reminders, so you do not forget to take your pills
keep track of all your doctor appointments
setup reminders for future doctor appointments
keep track of all the pills you are taking
Use notes function to keep track of your weight, blood pressure, pulse rate etc
Use the search functionality to quickly find documents
You can use your phone to organize your family's medical data individually.
It is a great way to have your own version of patient records that hospitals have.
It will be especially useful to track usage of over the counter medicines
The notes section is a great tool for a food diary
Scan or take pictures of your medical bills and store them in one place on you phone, be innovative with the app and use the pill reminder to set up reminders to pay your bills
Store all your medical provider contacts and addresses using the notes feature
The next time you are in a doctors office, and you are asked for a case history, you can just pull out your phone and refer to it, instead of giving an embarrassed smile, and saying that you left your medical files at home or you don't remember.
Go ahead, download the app and organize your health
The goal with this app is to get you started with low FODMAP diet. Hopefully the app will be a good day to day tool so you can avoid foods that's high in FODMAP.
The FODMAP diet has been proven the best way to treat IBS, up to 75% of people suffering from IBS think that the diet has helped them with symptom relief.
Using the app you'll find easy instructions how to get started with the diet, what foods that's good for you or not and also you'll get low FODMAP recipes.
Tags: fodmap, fodmaps, diet, ibs, foods, ibs-d, low fodmap recipes, ibsfri, gluten free, glutenfree
✔ Carbohydrate malabsorptions
• Fructose malabsorption
• Fructose/glucose ratio
• Content of sugar (sucrose)
• Sorbitol and other sugar alcohols
• Lactose intolerance
• Problematic fibers (i.e. fructans, galactans)
• Comments and rating of tolerance
✔ Histamine intolerance / Mastocytosis
• Histamine content of foods
• Biogenic amines (e.g. tyramine)
• Histamine liberators and DAO inhibitors
• Problematic drugs
• Food additives
• Comments and rating of tolerance
✔ Aspirin/Salicylate intolerance
• Salicylate content
• Problematic food additives
• Comments and rating of tolerance
✔ Other intolerances and allergies
• Indication whether a food contains gluten*
• Comments and rating for gluten intolerance*
✔ More features
• Direct link to Wikipedia articles for all products
• Uncheck unnecessary infos
* This app doesn’t rate the products of individual manufactures but products and products categories. It offers you all the information you need to deal with your intolerance and avoid common mistakes.
The app does not replace medical care and should not be used for diagnostic purposes. While the information provided here has been compiled to the best knowledge of the author, mistakes happen, since it is a complex matter, which depends closely on the individual person. We are constantly working to improve the app, but information may be wrong and may even contain harmful recommendations. The Baliza GmbH disclaims any liability as a developer of this app for the accuracy, completeness and timeliness of the information and any resulting damages, consequential damages and other disadvantages. The assertion of claims of any kind is excluded.
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Each leaflet is written by our expert authoring team of independent GPs, and passes the information standard - which means it is trusted, high quality, evidence-based health information.
Most GPs in the UK have the same leaflets on their computer to print out for patients during consultations.
The app features:
* Over 900 trusted patient information leaflets on health, conditions and diseases
* Browse categories or search for the condition you require
* Store favourites in your bookmarks
* Share or email leaflets
* Locate medical services near you (currently only available in England)
* Search for GPs, Dentists, Pharmacys, Hospitals or opticians in your area
PLEASE NOTE - THE APP REQUIRES A 3G OR BROADBAND CONNECTION TO WORK. This is to ensure our most up to date content is downloaded and the data remains part of our information standard review process.
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The Weight Tracker lets you set a goal weight and the app will help you track progress towards that goal. Record a photo of your progress as you go along with the photo diary. The app will also provide a detailed weight chart and a measure of your current BMI (body mass index).
If you have compatible bluetooth scales, you can pair the scales and transmit your weight to the app via bluetooth without having to manually enter the data. This is optional and you can still use the full features of the app without having bluetooth scales.
Plus, get lots of useful information from Patient.co.uk on weight reduction, healthy eating, and physical activity.
The app features:
- Set weight goals and track progress
- Track your weight
- Pair Microlife bluetooth scales and auto-add weight entries (optional)
- BMI measurement
- See weekly weight change and total weight change
- Photo journal
- Secure password for the app
- Choose lbs. or kg.
- Graphs show total weight, BMI, and goal weight
- Set reminders to input your weight to track your progress
- Share your progress to Facebook
- Health information leaflets from Patient.co.uk on weight and healthy living (requires internet connection)
- Search Patient.co.uk from within the app for more trusted health information (requires internet connection)
Use this app as a personal logbook for your Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and view charts of your symptoms over time. You can also learn more about the condition and how to manage it with information written by doctors.
Developed in association with the IBS network, the UK's charity for irritable bowel syndrome.
The symptom tracker will help you record your bowel movements and the type and severity of symptoms that you get each day. It will also allow you to record notes on food and lifestyle.
This may help identify triggers such as food, alcohol, or emotional stresses, and may show if exercise helps to ease or prevent symptoms.
If you are advised to try a particular treatment, log your bowel movements and the type and severity of symptoms that you get each day for a week or so. You can then assess whether treatment has improved symptoms or not. You can also share your results with your GP.
The app features:
* Log your bowel movements - following each bowel movement, rate the form of your stool and other related factors such as straining, urgency and pain
* Log your symptoms - record information regarding a variety of symptoms, such as your overall wellbeing, stress, bloating, nausea, anxiety and lethargy
* Log your diet and activities - record your level of activity, fluid intake and food diary as well as any general notes
* View graphs of your data - view a historical chart of your stool type, symptoms and activity. You can view results over the period of one day, one week, or one month. You can filter the graphs to just show specific symptoms, eg bloating and abdominal pain
* View a historical log of all entries
* Share the entries by emailing the results to an address of your choice
* View up-to-date information on Irritable Bowel Syndrome written by GP's for patients (requires internet connection)
* Search Patient.co.uk from within the app for more trusted health information (requires internet connection)
The IBS symptom tracker should help you develop a better sense of understanding over your symptoms, and assist communicating with your GP about how you are doing.
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