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- Bel fruit is a good option to relieve constipation.
- Drink water and drink fluids to relieve constipation.
- Triphala is considered the best Ayurvedic remedy for constipation.
- Yoga asanas are very useful for constipation
A study by the Indian Journal of Gastroenterology indicates that chronic constipation is a common health problem in India. It refers to bowel movements that are rare or difficult to pass. The fault lies in the lifestyle, eating habits or some side effects of other medications, but an alarmingly large part of the population (including children) suffers from this condition of the digestive disorder.
Causes of constipation
There can be many reasons why one suffers from constipation and they can vary from sudden changes to the daily routine of life, related to age, traveling to a new place, changes in the amount and eating habits, low fiber diet, not exercising and not having enough fluids, among other factors
In addition to irregular or inadequate stool evacuation, other persistent symptoms that occur are stomach pain, loss of appetite, stomach cramps, bloating and nausea.
Useful fruits to combat constipation
Apples, ripe bananas, raspberries, pomegranates, pears, avocados, blackberries, passion fruit, guavas, kiwi. All these fruits have important antioxidants, flavonoids and fiber, which helps treat constipation.
Bel fruit is also considered a good option to relieve constipation. Early in the morning is the best time to have Bel Sharbat with a certain amount of jaggery (gur) added.
Important note: Those who suffer from constipation should stay away from green bananas because green bananas have a high starch content. You should also avoid drinking milk on an empty stomach in the morning. The best time to drink hot milk is before bedtime.
Drink a lot of water
The easiest way to relieve constipation is to drink water and consume fluids. A good option to try is warm water with a spoonful of honey.
Ayurvedic remedies for constipation
Triphala dandelion root, licorice or mulethi psyllium Flax seed, anchor Fennel can be very useful for anyone fighting constipation. Consume of amalak (Phyllanthus emblica gartn), haritaki (Terminelia chebula Retz.), pippali (Aji long), Saunth (dry ginger), Hing (asafoetida) can help prevent constipation.
Important note: Triphala It is considered the best Ayurvedic remedy for constipation. Early in the morning is the ideal time to have it.
Yoga asanas are useful for constipation
Pranayama: It is a breathing exercise and helps in the movement of the belly.
Pawanmuktasana (pose that relieves wind (gas)): It improves the digestive system. It is one of the ideal positions that promises relief from constipation and indigestion and is also useful to boost the action of a slow liver. It helps to release trapped air / flatulence of the body.
Vajrasana This helps to have the correct posture of your body. Lower limbs, the digestive organs are strengthened, if one performs this yoga exercise daily.
Dhanurasana (bow pose): The abdominal organs are strengthened. It is immensely useful for those who suffer from gastric indigestion.
Baddha Konasana: It is also known as a butterfly pose and is useful in painful cramps. Performing this asana will help release gas.
Paschimottanasana: Touching the fingers helps strengthen the intestines and other abdominal organs.
Ardha Matsyendrasana: This helps in the healthy functioning of the kidney and liver and helps in the digestion process.
Supta Matsyendrasana: This exercise not only stretches the back, but also keeps the spine in a good position. Not only is this good blood flow maintained while performing this yoga exercise.
Halasana Also known as a plow pose, it simulates abdominal viscera and helps better digestion.
Bhujangasana: The Cobra pose exercise is the ideal exercise for patients with constipation. It helps eliminate gases from the body and helps in the overall digestion process.
Important note: In the chronic stage, constipation can lead to intestinal obstruction, rectal prolapse, hernia, spastic colitis, hemorrhoids. In addition, excessive use of laxatives or self-medication is not a viable option.
Disclaimer: The advice and suggestions mentioned in the article are for general information purposes only and should not be construed as professional medical advice. Always consult your doctor or professional health care provider if you have any specific questions about any medical matter.