We have all been there. You are on vacation or at a business meeting and your stomach starts rumbling and you realize it is time for an urgent and uncomfortable trip to the bathroom. This is something I have been dealing with for years. I am here to offer tips, products, and support for those who want to be proactive about their digestive issues.
My motto: “Don’t let a tummy tune ruinate your vacation.”
Stomach troubles can quickly ruin your day, so it is important to be proactive. There is no reason to let a tummy tune ruin your vacation!
There are many reasons for stomach trouble and the causes can change from person to person. This blog will cover some of the most common causes of frequent stomach trouble.
This blog is dedicated to my love of travel and the unfortunate reality that when traveling I have frequent tummy trouble. I could be the poster child for Immodium AD.
I’ve been traveling all over the world since I was a little girl, and my parents were not ones to stay at home. My mom was born in Greece, so we would make the trek across the Atlantic Ocean every summer for a month long vacation with my grandparents. Since then, I’ve traveled to over 50 countries, but my tummy troubles still haunt me.
I hope by starting this blog that I can help people out there who suffer from similar symptoms. Traveling is one of life’s greatest pleasures (at least it is for me), and no one should let something like this ruin their time on holiday. So please leave comments and share your experiences with frequent tummy troubles so that together we can find solutions to these problems.
For many, the constant digestive problems can be a huge pain in the gut. Well, this blog serves as a helpful guide to dealing with those severe tummy troubles, offering tips on how to not let it ruin your vacation.
Tummy troubles can come in many forms and affect us all differently. Some of us deal with intense, frequent stomach cramps that can leave us bedridden for days. Others are concerned about their bowel movements, worrying if they’re too loose or too hard or too frequent or too infrequent. While some can have trouble swallowing and experience heartburn that makes them feel like their chest is on fire. Even worse than all of these is the dreaded upset tummy, which comes with all of the above at once!
The blog hopes to help readers understand these issues and learn how to manage them when they occur. It also offers solutions for some of the more common problems that people have when experiencing these symptoms, such as what foods to avoid and what foods to eat, suggestions for over-the-counter medicine that could help alleviate stomach pains, and even how to change your lifestyle habits to reduce stress on your digestive system.
If you frequently suffer from tummy troubles and want to keep them from ruining your vacations, you’re in the right place. Whether you’re planning a staycation or vacation, a long weekend or a long flight, we’ve got tips for keeping those tummy troubles at bay!
We hope that you’ll use this blog as your go-to source for information about preventing tummy troubles. If you’ve got a tip to share, please let us know by posting it in the comments!
Not every trip is going to be an exotic adventure in an exotic locale. Some of us are fortunate enough to have the opportunity to explore our own backyards and visit places like national parks, famous cities, and more. That’s why we’ve put together some tips for keeping your tummy in tip top shape on those trips that are closer to home.
The worst thing about tummy troubles is the embarrassment. There you are, minding your own business and then *wham* it strikes! You feel it coming on and there’s nothing you can do to stop it. It doesn’t matter if you’re in a public park, or a restaurant, or even when you’re at work; it always happens at the most inconvenient time.
I know how embarrassing it is to have a tummy tune ruin your day…and I’m here to help!
I just got back from a trip to Italy, where I spent my time thinking about tummy troubles.
To be more precise, I spent my time worrying about tummy troubles. Somehow, every time I travel, no matter how well I eat or drink, my stomach seems to protest. And this was a two-week trip to Italy!
I was worried that even though I was trying to be careful and to do all the right things (drink lots of water, eat only at reputable places, etc.), that my stomach would start rumbling and gurgling at some inopportune time.
And so it did. On day one of the trip! We were on a walking tour of Pompeii and I didn’t feel well. But by day two and three I was fine. Then on day four it happened again. By day five I was fine again. This pattern continued until the end of the trip, when my stomach decided to rebel one last time as we walked through the airport on our way home.
So what did I learn? Here are some useful tips for other travelers:
1. Carry a small bottle of hand sanitizer with you everywhere you go! I don’t like using hand sanitizer when I’m