Poop Again in 5 Easy Steps
Why Constipation is a Problem
Foods that Make You Poop
Foods that Contribute to Constipation
It’s no secret that junk food, most fast food, many fried foods, and most cheap snacks do not make you healthier. Avoid these items immediately. Canned and packaged food items may not be healthy choices when you are struggling with constipation. Stay away from alcohol, most cheap energy drinks, soda pop, flavored drinks, etc.
Avoid foods that have been prepared a day or more in advance (canned, packaged food items, dehydrated foods, most snack bars, etc.)
“Gordo” is the developer of the Perfect Toilet Posture, the long-term remedy for constipation. He said this about his early years: “Starting in my late teens or early 20s, my food preferences were Pizza and Tacos. No vegetables or fresh fruits. I was constipated, bloated, and I had no energy.” Read more of Gordo’s story on the “about” page. Click!
Go back to your basic middle and high education about good health.
What you drink, what you eat, your activity level and adequate rest will affect most aspects of your physical, mental, and emotional life.
In other words, pure water, a healthy diet, exercise, and a good night’s sleep will work wonders for most people!
Yes, these four items will help many people who suffer from constipation, weight problems, diabetes, high blood pressure, cardiovascular problems, etc.
When we do these 4 basic items, the need for an expensive medical procedure, a suppository, drugs with side effects, and agonizing doctor visits may not be necessary!
Homemade Drinks to Make You Poop
Chamomile tea has anti-inflammatory benefits, coffee may help, as may lemon water.
Also, Castor oil, fiber-rich foods, aloe vera, fennel, milk, and honey may offer short-term relief.
Not all home remedies are reasonable or necessary. Do your research.
Squat at the Toilet: Elevate Your Feet
The human body was designed to have a bowel movement when the person is in a squatting position. Sadly, sitting on a toilet and waiting to poop is not a healthy habit.
While sitting on the toilet, waiting for the action to happen may be common, it is not healthy. Poor toilet posture can inhibit regular, healthy evacuations, and affect your entire body and your emotions.
Technically speaking, here is what you do:
Laxative Side Effects
According to the Mayo Clinic, using a Laxative may be harmful if constipation is brought on by a serious problem, such as appendicitis or a bowel blockage.
Laxatives are meant to cause diarrhea.
If you regularly utilize laxatives for months or weeks, these laxatives can reduce your colon’s natural capacity to work properly. Using a laxative may reduce the colon’s muscle tone over time; now the constipation problems get worse.
Expecting women and children. These people should exercise precautions before using any laxative.