Alternative Health Treatment For Constipation Relief & Cure https://goo.gl/cFkAvP: Immediate constipation relief using all natural remedies
From time to time, we can all experience some form of constipation.
Constipation occurs when bowel movements happen infrequently and are uncomfortable and tough.
While regularity of a normal bowel movement can vary from person to person, health practitioners generally agree that one to two bowel movements a day is optimal.
Anything longer than 3 days can be problematic and present a health risk. Waste products will accumulate and toxins will be absorbed into your blood stream.
This can lead to abdominal bloating, cramping, hard stools, headaches and fatigue.
Constipation can come from changes in your regular diet, from specific medications, high intake of dairy products, not having enough water.
Here are a few tips to treat constipation:-
Drink more water, especially warm water, to help flush toxins through your system. Start your day with a cup of warm water with added lemon juice.
Cut back on wheat-based foods, dairy products and rich foods and baked goods.
Increase your intake of fibre-rich foods, especially fruits and vegetables.
Add flax seeds or psyllium husks to your diet.
Prunes are a great source of fibre.
Take bran daily
Daily exercise is very helpful. Jogging and walking will help get your bowels moving.
Ginger tea and chamomile teas can help reduce bloating
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