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FAQ's For Constipation

 

The following supplements containing these herbs can provide relief from constipation:
Cascara sagrada (buckthorn)
Psyllium
Rhubarb
Senna
Slippery elm

Keeping the body constantly hydrated.
Limiting beverages contains alcohol and caffeine that cause dehydration.
Consuming foods in high fiber like fruits and vegetables, beans and whole grains.
Avoiding constipation causing foods like processed food and low-fiber food.
Increasing physical activities like swimming, biking or walking.
Avoid delaying the urge to have a bowel movement. Delaying bowel movements can cause the stools to become hard.
Reduce the use of laxatives.
Add probiotics to daily diet.

Consuming foods that are low in fiber.
Dehyration.
Low physical activity.
Frequent travel
Irregular sleep patterns

Processed Foods
Excess Fiber
Alcohol
Lots of milk and cheese

Take fiber supplements like the ones availble on HerbsDaily
Consuming high-fiber foods
Staying constantly hydrated
Laxative stimulant
Using a stool softner
Follow light exercise routine

        
One of the most common digestive problems in the United States is constipation, affecting over 2.5 million people.
Constipation is defined as having hard, dry bowel movements, or having fewer than three bowel movements a week.
Your colon’s main job is to absorb water from residual food as it’s passing through your digestive system. It then creates stool (waste).

Constipation is caused by following a poor diet. Sufficient water intake and dietary fiber help soften stools Changes in regular routine, stress and conditions that cause slow muscle contraction of colon may cause constipation.

Common constipation causes include:
Food containing low fiber like milk, cheese, meat, eyc.,
Dehydration
Lack of physical activity
Delayed bowel movements
Frequent changes in routine
Pain medication, antacids with high calcium content and other medications

Pregnancy Certain underlying medical problems can also cause constipation:
Stroke,
Parkinson’s disease and Diabetes
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), intestinal obstruction, or diverticulosis
Medications to loosen stools like laxatives Hormonal issues


Constipation symptoms are the following:
Reduced bowel movement (fewer than three times a week)
Dry, hard stools
Bowel movements with pain or strained bowel movement Rectal blockage
Changes in diet and increasing physical activities are the fastest ways to prevent and treat constipation.

Practicing the following techniques can also help with constipation:
Keeping the body constantly hydrated
Limiting beverages contains alcohol and caffeine that cause dehydration
Consuming foods in high fiber like fruits and vegetables, beans and whole grains.
Avoiding constipation causing foods like processed food and low-fiber food
Increasing physical activities like swimming, biking or walking

Avoid delaying the urge to have a bowel movement.
Delaying bowel movements can cause the stools to become hard
Reduce the use of laxatives.
Add probiotics to daily diet
In addition to the above mentioned constipation natural remedies, consult a doctor for constipation medicine or supplements.

HerbsDaily offers a wide range of supplements from various leading brands to provide the perfect result to gain relief from constipation.

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