It’s unclear how anxiety, stress, and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) are linked, or which of the three occurs first. However, studies suggest that they can occur simultaneously.
Roughly 60 percent of IBS patients will fit the criteria for one or more mental disorders According to scientific studies, the most frequent mental illness associated with IBS is a generalized anxiety disorder. More than 60 percent of IBS patients with a psychiatric disorder suffer from anxiety of this nature. Another 20 percent suffer from depression, with the remainder suffering from various illnesses.
People with anxiety, whether or not they have IBS, are concerned about their health, income, and careers. Other signs and symptoms include impatience, trembling, muscle pains, sleeplessness, dizziness, and irritation.
There are a few hypotheses about how IBS, anxiety, and stress are linked:
- Although psychological issues such as worry do not cause IBS, people with the condition may be more susceptible to emotional distress.
- Stress, depression, and anxiety all induce chemicals in the brain to activate pain signals in the gut, which may cause your colon to react.
- Stress and anxiety might make the mind more sensitive to colon spasms.
- The immune system, which is influenced by stress, may be the cause of IBS.
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