Part 3: Digestive Changes and Why Constipation Happens

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What causes constipation in the first place? There are a couple of ways of looking at this. There can be diet and gut balance problems that trigger constipation and turn it into a chronic problem.  By this I mean things like: Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO) Crohn’s Disease, Celiac Disease, IBS, etc. Other inflammatory bowel … Continue reading …

Resolving Abdominal Pain and Distress with Arvigo Techniques

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I had the total pleasure of interviewing Diane MacDonald (in Antrim, NH) for the practitioner outreach project I’ve been doing.  In addition to Diane’s private practice and clinic that she runs with her husband, she is the director of all of the training workshops for the Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal Therapy. As many of you know, the … Continue reading …

Feeling nauseus, weak, painful? It could be your Ileocecal Valve.

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Today we’re diving a bit deeper into the stomach, intestines, and the ileocecal valve.  So often “random” symptoms of nausea, weakness or pain are really the result of very common and very “fixable” malfunctions in the gut. In short, our digestive tracts have numerous valves that keep intestinal material moving in the correct direction.  That way, you … Continue reading …