A hernia develops when an internal organ pushes through a weakened area in the muscle or tissue that is meant to hold it in place. As June is Hernia Awareness Month, we have listed 10 ways to spot if you have a hernia, so you can seek medical advice.
Having a digestive disorder can be a double whammy. Not only do you feel unwell but you can also feel uncomfortable discussing your symptoms. But we’re here to tell you that digestive disorders are very common and there are treatments available that can help.
At this time of year, after we’ve maybe piled on a few pounds over Christmas and we’re feeling motivated to get fit, we can sometimes push ourselves a bit too hard. The number of sports-related and gym-related hernias rises in January.
To mark National Obesity Awareness Week from 8th to 14th January 2018, we are looking at the impact that being obese has on our digestive health.
Hernias occur when an internal part of the body pushes through a weakness in a muscle or tissue, usually causing a lump in the skin. They are fairly common and most cause no pain and many can be left untreated. However, there are certain types of hernia that can become life threatening It is therefore…