More than 70 million people suffer with digestive problems – of which more than half are so serious they require hospital care and can even be a leading cause of death. Dr. Steve Nagel at 180 Health Solutions in Mandan, North Dakota also serving Bismarck, North Dakota takes “The Wellness Way approach” to restoring your health.
What are digestive problems?
Reflux, gastritis, ulcers, crohn’s, irritable bowel syndrome, colitis, hemorrhoids, and celiac are a few examples of digestive problems we see clients for in our clinic. These issues usually affect the GI tract and can range from mildly annoying to severe and life threatening.
What are symptoms of digestive problems?
Symptoms can vary and be quite different for each client, but some common issues we see clients for is stomach aches, diarrhea or constipation, muscle aches, inflammation, brain fog, anxiety, and lethargic to name a few.
What causes digestive problems?
Digestive problems are typically caused from food sensitivities, allergies, and intolerance. Other problems can occur from a multitude of areas: bacterial (or “microbiome”) imbalance, yeast overgrowths, and lack of proper enzymes for digestion of fats, proteins, or carbohydrates, among other problems. There are a number of tests, which can be used to detect what causes a client’s digestive function.
Why should I do recommended testing?
Recommended testing can give you a deep insight into a system that affects the entire body. Our unique perspective allows us to provide the most comprehensive testing to understand your health and specifically address any type of issues that could be impacting digestive system.
At 180 Health Solutions, we believe in empowering all individuals to take more control of their health. If you need support on your journey to whole body health, we can help. Contact our office to setup a consult for a personalized plan tailored specifically to you.
55 yr old female with severe bloating, fatigue, reflux, asthma, diarrhea and anxiety. After about 3 months of lifestyle changes, she was feeling much better in every aspect. We retested her and had made significant progress, although there is still healing needed.