A New Way To Address IBS
We’re developing an 8-week, clinically validated, digital program for people living with Irritable Bowel Syndrome.
71% of U.S. IBS patients have said they are dissatisfied with their care.1
There are few effective IBS treatments and very limited options for patients suffering from IBS that alternates between diarrhea and constipation (IBS-M).
79% of U.S. IBS patients feel they have either no control or inadequate control of their symptoms.2
1Drossman DA et al. J Clin Gastroenterol. 2009 July ; 43(6): 541–550
2 IBS Global Impact Report (2018)
66% of patients reported significant and clinically meaningful reduction in the severity of their IBS .
On average, reduction in IBS severity was twice that of patients receiving medical care as usual.
3Everett et al. Gut. 2019 Sep;68(9):1613-1623.
The Brain-Gut Connection
Science has revealed that your brain and your gut are in constant back-and-forth communication. In fact, they’re so connected that scientists even call the gut the “second brain.”
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) allows us to influence the communication between your brain and gut in order to improve IBS. Dr. Emeran Mayer explains in this short video.
As Parallel tracks your symptoms, it provides guidance based on the unique biological, environmental, and psychological aspects of your IBS.
You’ll develop new skills, build new habits, and get access to a toolkit of resources to help you live better with your IBS symptoms.
Parallel won't replace your current treatment; it is intended to work in combination with any IBS medication your doctor may have prescribed.
4.Laird et al. Clin Gastro Hepatol. 2016;14:937-947.
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