September 27, 2015

How to Remove Constipation?

Constipation is often known to be a major problem that causes pain and is commonly presence in the elderly population, especially at women in menopause, after 50 years of life.

What is constipation?



Constipation is disturbed bowel movements, which manifests itself by the absence of bowel movements, which leads to rotting contents in the intestines and release toxins into the blood.

Since constipation is not dangerous to health, still causes problems and is very unpleasant.

Constipation most often occurs due to changes in living rhythm, nutrition, changing living place, when we are under stress. 

When we suffer from constipation it could be an individual characteristic or it may be inherent character.

Constipation is considered to be the period when the intestines are not empty, and it is usually less than 4 days per week. 

If constipation occurs for a long time, it becomes a chronic process that is not well and requires going to the doctor.

Constipation is disturbed bowel movements, which manifests itself by the absence of bowel movements, which leads to rotting contents in the intestines and release toxins into the blood.

It is believed that cause of constipation could be some specific conditions or diseases, such as lupus, diabetes, depression, and taking medication for depression.

What is the consequence of constipation?


Stress can damage the sensitive anal veins and capillaries that are full of blood and when they cracked, haemorrhoids are made. 

Haemorrhoids are nothing but the accumulated bags with blood. 

Haemorrhoids in nature may be external and internal and they are very painful.

Natural ways to resolve constipation


If you want to prevent problem with constipation, it is necessary to time after time introduce certain changes in your diet but also in lifestyle.

1. Nutrition


Diet can significantly improve the digestive system, especially if taken vegetable fibers that are insoluble, because they retain water in the intestine, increase the volume and helps bowel movements. 

Therefore, it is suitable to eat legumes, bran, germ, rice and beans.

2. Get plenty of folic acid


Women in menopause are likely to develop constipation, which is associated with a lack of vitamins - folic acid and hormonal status. 

That's why, you need to include in your diet foods rich in folic acid such as broccoli, spinach, beef, tomato juice, and orange juice.

3. Vitamin C as an ally in the fight against constipation


In combination with magnesium, vitamin C is excellent in preventing constipation.

4. Mandatory physical activity


Massage the abdomen and combine it with exercises related to the lower abdomen. 

What you should eat to prevent constipation?


- Flax seed
- Plums, apricots, figs in the dry state
- Slightly cooked vegetables, especially beans and peas
- Yogurt
- Chilli pepper
- Water

What should not eat?


- White flour and bread
- Red meat
- Dark tea and caffeine
- Fat cheese