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Effective Relief for All Types of Diarrhea Including:

  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) & Chronic Diarrhea
  • Traveller's Diarrhea
  • Stress- and Anxiety-Related Diarrhea
  • Food Habits and Sensitive Gut

Traveller’s Diarrhea?

Traveller’s diarrhea is a common gastrointestinal problem for people travelling from developed, industrialized countries to developing areas of the world. High-risk areas for traveller’s diarrhea include developing countries in Latin America, Africa, the Middle East, and Asia. Low-risk areas include the developed countries of North America, Central Europe, Australia, and Japan.

Common causes of traveller’s diarrhea

  • Undercooked or raw foods
  • Contaminated food
  • Contaminated water (including ice cubes)
  • Regions where the water supply and sanitation facilities are poor

According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the most common bacteria, E. coli, is thought to cause approximately 80% of cases of traveller’s diarrhea.

Is traveller’s diarrhea contagious?

Yes. A person can become infected by eating food or drinking water that has been handled by people who have not throughly washed or sanitized their hands.

How can I tell if I have traveller’s diarrhea?

Traveller’s diarrhea can range from mild to severe. Most people who contract traveller’s diarrhea have symptoms within the first 2 weeks and often within 3 to 4 days of arriving in a developing region. Traveller’s diarrhea is commonly accompanied by watery stools, fever, nausea, vomiting, bloating, and abdominal pain.

How can I avoid traveller’s diarrhea?

  • Foods should be well cooked and served warm.
  • Refrain from eating food from street vendors.
  • Avoid raw vegetables, uncooked meat or seafood, and other foods maintained at room temperature.
  • When consuming fruit or vegetables, the general rule of thumb is to cook it, boil it, peel it, or leave it.
  • Refrain from consuming dairy products that have not been pasteurized, tap water and ice (including frozen drinks not made from filtered water).
  • Stick with carbonated or non-carbonated beverages, beer and wine, hot coffee and tea, fruits that can be peeled, and canned products.
  • Wash your hands frequently with soap and clean water to decrease the likelihood of spreading bacteria.

How can I relieve traveller’s diarrhea?

1

Drink fluids to prevent dehydration caused by diarrhea. Remember to drink only factory sealed bottled water as tap water may be the source of your symptoms.

2

Try Diaronex®

It contains an active herbal extract from the bark of the herb Holarrhena that is 100% natural and works to help relieve diarrhea, so you have peace of mind to get back to your day. Holarrhena extract is the only herbal and traditional remedy recognized by the World Health Organization available to treat various types of diarrhea. If your symptoms last for more than two days or get worse, consult your healthcare provider.

3

You may require antibiotics for severe cases. To get antibiotics, you need a prescription from your doctor.

Food habits
and sensitive gut

You’ve heard the saying, “You are what you eat.” Basically, it refers to our food choices, whether it's healthy or not.

It’s obvious that certain foods you consume can disagree with you and cause upheaval to your digestive system, resulting in diarrhea and other uncomfortable symptoms such as nausea, cramps, and stomach pain. But if your stomach issues have become frequent and severe, you might have a food intolerance, also known as non-allergic food hypersensitivity.

Although everyone’s digestive system is different, some foods that have a track record of being more intolerable for those with an ultra sensitive stomach include:

  • Dairy products that contain lactose
  • Alcohol
  • Caffeinated beverages
  • Grains that contain gluten
  • Cruciferous vegetables (cauliflower, cabbage, broccoli, Brussels sprouts)
  • Fatty, greasy foods
  • Artificial sweeteners

How can I track foods that disagree with me?

The best way to identify problem foods is to keep a detailed food diary. Write down what you eat for each meal (including individual foods and portions) and list any symptoms that occur and their level of intensity. Know your triggers and if there are particular food items that cause your stomach distress, avoid them as much as possible.

Take Diaronex® for relief

Diaronex® contains an active herbal extract from the bark of the herb Holarrhena that is 100% natural and works to help relieve diarrhea, so you have peace of mind to get back to your day.

Holarrhena extract is the only herbal and traditional remedy recognized by the World Health Organization available to treat various types of diarrhea.

If your symptoms last for more than two days or get worse, consult your healthcare provider.

Why is Diaronex® special?

Stress and anxiety

There’s no denying that the pressures of life can be stressful at times. When you’re stressed out, it causes spasms in your gut, sometimes resulting in diarrhea and other unpleasant digestive problems. Your gastrointestinal tract (GI) is commonly referred to as the ‘second brain’ because it contains many nerves which send signals back and forth to your brain.
The body’s natural “fight-or-flight” response to stress and anxiety can also have an impact on people with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), a condition of having a sensitive colon, which is easily upset by certain foods or by stress. Symptoms include abdominal pain, bloating, passing stools irregularly, and feeling like you need to have a bowel movement after you just had one.

Canada has one of the highest rates of irritable bowel
syndrome syndrome (IBS) in the word. It’s estimated that

five million Canadias suffer from IBS

About 120,000 Canadians develop the disorder every year, as reported by the Canadian Digestive Health Foundation.

IBS has a severe impact on more than 45% of the millions of Canadians affected by this disorder, with 70% of them women.

How can I improve my ability to deal with stress?

If you frequently find yourself feeling overwhelmed or running in
emergency stress mode, there are ways to bring your nervous system back
into balance:

  • Meditation, yoga, and other stress-reducing techniques are practical ways to manage the physical symptoms and the feeling of anxiety itself. If you’re experiencing debilitating pain and discomfort, you should talk to your doctor.
  • If you experience an episode of diarrhea, reflect on what you were doing before the episode that triggered the stress.
  • Define what’s important in your life and eliminate the things that aren’t, which can likely increase your relaxation time and reduce your stress.
  • Avoid foods that can further contribute to diarrhea and digestive irritability such as dairy products, carbonated drinks, and caffeinated beverages.

High levels of stress can have a serious impact on your mental and physical health. A well balanced life is essential for motivation, peace of mind and living well.

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Diaronex®

Diaronex® is an effective way to manage your diarrhea instead of letting your diarrhea manage you.

Diaronex® orders are shipped from our Canadian warehouse for fast delivery. It will be available soon over-the-counter at select retail stores and pharmacies.

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