Leaky Gut Syndrome: Common Symptoms

You may have Leaky Gut Syndrome if you experience any of these symptoms:

  • Gastrointestinal complaints: Abdominal pain, bloating, constipation, diarrhea, gas, indigestion, heartburn
  • Neurological disturbances: Aggressive behavior, anxiety, confusion, fuzzy or foggy thinking (brain fog), mood swings, nervousness, poor memory
  • Breathing troubles: Shortness of breath, asthma
  • Other symptoms: Poor immunity, recurrent bladder infections, recurrent vaginal infections, skin rashes, bed-wetting, chronic joint pain, chronic muscle pain, fatigue

Diagnosis

The following tests and procedures may help you determine what’s causing Leaky Gut Syndrome:

  • Online Self-assessments – Self-assessments, such as the Candidiasis Self-assessment and the Magnesium Assessment can help you determine some of the root cause(s) of your chronic conditions. Learn more about Self-assessments.
  • Intestinal Permeability Assessment – This test is administered by a healthcare professional, and it involves drinking a liquid solution of mannitol and lactulose. Urine is then collected over a 6-hour period. If high levels of both molecules are found, it indicates a leaky gut condition. If low levels of both molecules are found, it indicates general malabsorption of all nutrients.

Additional Information about Leaky Gut Syndrome

  1. Leaky Gut Syndrome Overview
  2. Common causes of leaky gut syndrome
  3. Natural and alternative treatments for leaky gut syndrome
  4. Dietary and lifestyle recommendations that may help in the treatment of leaky gut syndrome
  5. Conventional or prescription medications used in the treatment of leaky gut syndrome
  6. Additional Reading for leaky gut syndrome

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