Indigestion is a word used to describe stomach pain or discomfort after eating. It is not a disease on its own, but a group of symptoms (such as stomach pain, bloating, or a sense of fullness) you feel soon after eating.
Infant colic is ongoing crying without an obvious cause in otherwise healthy babies. It can be very stressful to manage but usually passes by 16 weeks of age.
Influenza is a viral infection of your nose, throat and sometimes your lungs, but it can affect your whole body. It is a serious viral infection that carries the risk of hospitalisation or even death.
If you have trouble getting to sleep, staying asleep or sleeping for long enough, you may have insomnia. This is a common problem and can be caused by many things. However, there are things you can do to help improve your sleep and there are treatments available if you need them.
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a common condition, associated with a range of symptoms including abdominal cramping, bloating, diarrhoea and constipation. Lifestyle changes, such as changing to a low-FODMAPs diet, keeping active and managing stress, can greatly help improve symptoms and reduce the need for medication.