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Home remedies for constipation

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If you are suffering from constipation it can make your life very difficult. Constipation has become a common problem for more and more people. The modern-day lifestyle is something to be blamed for this condition. However, like other problems, this problem also has some solutions. Let’s find out what type of home remedies can help you to get rid of this dreaded condition and enjoy your life every day.

Changing diet

By changing your diet, you can get rid of constipation. If you are consuming more greasy food, or you have made some changes in your diet because you are on a new weight loss program, then the change can trigger constipation. If you are eating high-fat or processed food, too much caffeine or alcohol, then you are likely to suffer from constipation.

No exercise

If you are living a sedentary lifestyle and you are not exercising, then it can result in constipation. Even if you are exercising but it is not enough, then also it may be responsible for your constipation problem. Due to sedentary lifestyle or lack of or no exercise, you will have slower metabolism. Slow metabolism will cause the Egyptian problems which may convert to constipation.

Less fluid

If your body has less fluid, then you are likely to suffer from constipation. If you are not drinking enough water, the possibility of having less fluid in your body increases a lot. Probably you are drinking more artificial beverages and sugary drinks but they do not count as fluids. They can in fact increase the possibility of having constipation.

Medication

There are some medicines which can cause constipation and different people. For example, some painkillers or other medicines can cause your system to halt and that may transform into constipation. In that case, a stool softener can help you to improve the condition. Vitamins and iron supplements may also result in constipation in some people. If any of the medicines that you are taking are causing the problem, you need to consult with your doctor about it.

Ayurveda

Ayurveda can help you if you are suffering from constipation. Tripahala powder or tablets will help you to avoid constipation in the morning. You need to take them with warm water before you go to bed. It works as a fantastic laxative. It also has antibacterial, antifungal and antiparasitic properties and so it is also good for your health. It can keep you away from diarrhea and other infections of the stomach. You can makes one spoon powder in warm water and drink it at nighttime rest of you should not eat or drink anything after having the glass of water. If you find the taste bitter for you, you can always add a spoon of honey to it.

Loosen up

This is a very good cure for occasional constipation. For this, you need to take some warm water and add lemon juice and honey to it. Lemon is added because it works as a stimulant for your digestive system and it can help you by flushing out toxins from your body. On the other hand honey will reduce the sour test and it also work as a mild laxative. It is also possible for you to add a little bit of salt in place of honey if you want to. Salt contains magnesium which can encourage contraction of the bowel muscles. Salt will also help you by flushing out the toxins from your stomach and small intestine. In the warm water, add 1 teaspoon of lemon and a half teaspoon of honey or a pinch of salt.

References

1. Nature’s Quick Constipation Cure
2. Constipation
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