Table of matters

1 – INTRODUCTION

2 – MY STORY

3 – MY APPROACH

MY PSYCHOANALYSIS

FOR WHOM IS THIS BOOK INTENDED?

DIAGNOSIS

·        For gas in the stomach and the large intestine

·        For excess nervous tension

MY HYPOTHESES

·        For the gas

·        For nervous tension

·        Visceral hypersensitivity

RESISTANCE

EXPELLING GAS FROM THE STOMACH

·        Belching

·        Belching while lying down

·        We need a place and time just to ourselves

·        Becoming aware of signs of improvement

RELEASING GAS FROM THE LARGE INTESTINE

EVACUATING THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM

·        The oesophagus

·        The upper part of the stomach

·        The middle part of the stomach

·        The lower part of the stomach

·        The lower colon

·        The upper part of the colon

GETTING RID OF NERVOUS TENSION

RELEASING THE PAIN

THE RELIEF

WHAT WE CAN EXPECT FROM IT AND THE LIMITATIONS

4 – LITERATURE REVIEW

A) – FUNCTIONAL DIGESTIVE DISORDER (FDD)

·        The Rome Criteria

A – Chest pains of oesophageal origin (non cardiac)

B – Functional dyspepsia

C – Intestinal disorders

D – Functional abdominal pain

E – Functional disorder of the biliary tree and pancreas

F – Functional abdominal pain

b) – THE MOST COMMON SYMPTOMS

          Gas and flatulence

·        Gastroesophageal reflux (GERD)

·        Asthma and gastroesophageal reflux

·        Insomnia

·        Constipation

·        Diarrhea

·        Gastroenteritis

·        Migraine

·        Vagal faintness

·        Hemerrhoids

C – OTHER CAUSES OF ABDOMINAL PAIN

·        The genetic hypothesis

·        DIET

·        Acidity

·        Food allergies

          Food intolerance

·        Monosodium glutamate

·        Aspartame

·        Two weeks plan

·        Diverticule

·        Helicobacter pylori

·        Inflammatory diseases

·        Stomach cancer

·        Benign and malignant tumours of the colon

·        Physiological particularities

D) – RECENT HYPOTHESES

·        The other brain

E) – OTHER EXERCICES

·        Respiratory gymnastics

·        Pierre Pallardy’s approach

·        EMDR

·        Heart coherence

F) –           WHAT SHOULD WE TAKE

·        Time

·        Medication

·        The placebo

·        Homeopathy

·        Phytotherapy

·        The diet

·        Dietary supplements

5 – VARIOUS THERAPIES

·        Physiotherapy

·        Chiropractic

·        Acupuncture

·        Antigymnastic

·        Psychotherapy

·        Neurolinguistic programming

·        The place occupied by the conscious and the subsconscious

·        Colonic irrigation

·        Relaxation (a few existing techniques)

·        Other sources of

6 – CONCLUSION

Appendix III – Comments from readers

Bibliography

It is possible to live a normal pain free life with functional digestive disorders.

Dyspepsia and IBS for the Wise

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