Gastrointestinal Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis

Gastrointestinal (GI) or gastroenterology is the branch of medicine related to the GI tract (stomach and intestines) and the accessory organs of digestion (from the mouth to the anus). Some of the conditions treated under this specialty include but are not limited to: Crohn’s disease, gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), inflammatory bowel disease, irritable bowel syndrome, peptic ulcer disease, celiac disease, colon cancer, heartburn, gastric cancer, diverticulitis, and ulcerative colitis.

While many of these illnesses are chronic and can only be treated medically, more holistic and natural approaches are being used more frequently to prevent and manage gastrointestinal disorders. Many healthcare providers are recommending stress management, a healthy diet, and exercise to prevent and manage symptoms.

Exercise has shown to decrease the risk of colon cancer, minimize constipation and improve overall GI health. Even minimal exercise paired with a healthy diet of fruits, vegetables, low fat protein and avoidance of red meat, animal fat, and processed meats, can go a long way in preventing colon cancer and other GI diseases.

It is known that psychological stress can aggravate symptoms of Crohn’s disease, irritable bowel syndrome, and ulcerative colitis. Taking a mind-body approach to health can help these patients manage their illnesses. Techniques such as yoga, meditation, massage, and acupuncture can lower stress and in turn reduce bowel symptoms. Doctors also recommend an anti-inflammatory diet (omega-3 fatty acids, fruits & vegetables, and protein rich food like fish, chicken and soy) for people suffering from Crohn’s disease.

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Gastrointestinal Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Global Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Device Market 2021 by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2026

    ... segmentation market growth, market share, competitive Landscape, sales analysis, impact of domestic and global market players, value chain optimization, trade regulations, recent developments, opportunities analysis, strategic market growth analysis, product launches, area marketplace expanding, and ... Read More

  • Digestive Remedies in Uzbekistan

    ... Uzbekistan typically perceive digestive remedies to be of a lower importance than a number of other consumer health products, and this is an area in which people have been budgeting. Furthermore, with the closures of ... Read More

  • Digestive Remedies in Serbia

    ... over 2021. Many consumers have used increased time in the home to cook and bake more, leading to healthier food preparation and eating habits in the wake of the COVID-19 health crisis. However, as consumers ... Read More

  • Digestive Remedies in Kenya

    ... centres to grow massively. In turn, this has bolstered demand for fast food outlets and restaurants. As such, busier urban lifestyles coupled with high incidences of eating on-the-go have contributed to poor dietary habits. The ... Read More

  • Digestive Remedies in Hungary

    ... due to the pandemic. With more people working from home, and as consequence doing more home cooking, diets in general have been healthier. However, for those prone to digestive problems, stress often makes it worse, ... Read More

  • Digestive Remedies in Dominican Republic

    ... associated foodservice closures and curfews, people have been cooking and eating at home more often, thus digestive problems associated with restaurant food have decreased overall. However, the higher levels of stress caused by the event ... Read More

  • Digestive Remedies in Indonesia

    ... lockdown, they have tended to indulge more. This has led to higher incidences of stomach problems caused by, for example, eating unhygienic street foods, which has combined with their stress from the pandemic situation that ... Read More

  • Digestive Remedies in Portugal

    ... introduced for three months earlier in 2021, a strengthening of confidence amongst consumers as a result of the rollout of the country’s vaccination programme has resulted in an easing of restrictions and time spent outside ... Read More

  • Digestive Remedies in Guatemala

    ... drinking heavily. Indeed, many consumers are eating richer food and drinking more alcohol at home in 2021 as they are not able to socialise as often as they used to as a result of the ... Read More

  • Digestive Remedies in Slovenia

    ... in line with 2020. As health and wellness trends reach the Slovenian dinner table, a larger portion of the population is eating better and healthier. This development has been accelerated by the increase in home ... Read More

  • Digestive Remedies in the US

    ... studies show that weight gain has been common for many Americans through unhealthy diets and sedentary lifestyles, contributing to reflux symptoms. With home seclusion and uncertainty contributing to rising levels of depression and anxiety, some ... Read More

  • Digestive Remedies in Latvia

    ... work meant consumers in some countries had more time to consume healthier food at home, many households in Latvia struggled with the demands of their job and child care at home and ended up cooking ... Read More

  • Digestive Remedies in Morocco

    ... the most part. Consumers also feel more confident about the safety of available digestive remedies, after the government withdrew certain products after a safety review. In April 2020, the Directorate of Medicines and Pharmacy of ... Read More

  • Digestive Remedies in Kazakhstan

    ... volume terms. Overall demand will be bolstered by the fact that people who contract COVID-19 – particularly the Delta variant – often suffer digestive problems, not only during the infection period but also long after ... Read More

  • Digestive Remedies in Israel

    ... a drastic decrease in eating out, so consumers ate more at home and cooked more meals, often leading to healthier or more balanced choices and decreasing some stomach issues or food poisoning. As most foodservice ... Read More

  • Digestive Remedies in Azerbaijan

    ... cuisine is full-fat, and the country is also seeing more consumers adopt fast food habits as the consumer base continues to urbanise. These two factors have supported demand in 2021. Sales were slightly affected by ... Read More

  • Digestive Remedies in Belarus

    ... Digestive Remedies in Belarus report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides the latest retail sales data 2016-2020, allowing you to identify the sectors ... Read More

  • Digestive Remedies in Brazil

    ... second place globally in terms of number of deaths. More than 20 million people – 10% of the total population – have so far been infected with COVID-19, and over 500,000 people have lost their ... Read More

  • Digestive Remedies in Austria

    ... often the cause of ailments of the digestive system including indigestion and bloating, and has contributed to demand for digestive remedies to rise faster again after slowdown in 2020. Ongoing concerns about the financial impacts ... Read More

  • Digestive Remedies in Costa Rica

    ... out, demand slowed down. Likewise, many consumers paid more attention to their food preparations (avoiding high fatty foods such as fast foods), and drink with more moderation due to bar and restaurant closures, which also ... Read More

  • Digestive Remedies in New Zealand

    ... in other countries, it has disrupted lives and increased stress. For those people prone to digestive problems, stress amplifies these for the majority of people. Also, GORD (gastro-oesophageal reflux) affects up to a fifth of ... Read More

  • Digestive Remedies in Ireland

    ... in the spring of 2020, demand for digestive remedies declined, with H2 blockers particularly weak. The latter was a consequence of the recall of Zantac in 2019 due to a finding that levels of a ... Read More

  • Digestive Remedies in Argentina

    ... for its mass inoculation drive in the first half of the year. The second wave of COVID-19 impacted the country negatively as the number of infections grew alarmingly in April and May 2021, resulting in ... Read More

  • Digestive Remedies in Bosnia and Herzegovina

    ... unhealthy lifestyles and eat poorly. These bad food choices and habits have had a negative impact on the digestive health of the nation and as a result contributed to the significant growth of digestive remedies ... Read More

  • Digestive Remedies in Georgia

    ... eating take-out from restaurants during the lockdown in the first half of the year. Furthermore, home seclusion and a sedentary lifestyle has led to an increase in demand for laxatives. Antacids is anticipated to portray ... Read More

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