Constipation Home Remedies
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Constipation Home Remedy – How to Relieve Constipation From Home
Constipation can have many causes. Of course, lack of fiber in the diet is the most common. But there are many issues around what you eat and when you eat it that result in constipation.
This video is about home remedies for quick relief of constipation. However, for many people constipation is a chronic problem, and such people should look into lifestyle adjustments.
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OK, let’s get started and look at various ways to relieve constipation.
The first thing many people try is laxatives. While laxatives can work, I do not recommend them because they can be habit forming, and they can damage the intestines.
A far better approach is to get some ground psyllium husks, and mix them with water or unsweetened cranberry juice. Do this a couple times a day, and you will be adding a lot of fiber to your diet and it should help ease your bowel movements.
Eat lots of grains per day. Try to eat plenty of whole grain bread. You want to check the nutrition labels, and make sure the bread has at least 3 grams of fiber, and ideally 5 or more. In addition, you should try to eat cereals that have at least 5 grams of fiber. Kashi’s Go Lean is a great tasting high fiber cereal.
Try to significantly increase your intake of fruits and vegetables, and eat two servings of fruits and/or vegetables with every meal. Bananas work very well, and you can also try drinking apple juice which can work as a natural laxative.
As you are increasing the fiber in your diet, be sure that you are drinking lots and lots of water to help it move through your digestive system.
You will also want to eat as many beans as you can, as these can be high in fiber.
Finally, for the last trick, get some blackstrap molasses, and take two tablespoons before bedtime. This will help to relieve your bowels in the morning.
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Get some ground psyllium husks, and mix them with water or cranberry juice, and drink in the morning and evening. Eat high fiber cereals and breads, ideally with 5 grams of fiber per serving, but no less than 3. Eat beans with a meal at least once in the day. Eat two servings of vegetables, or a serving of fruit and a serving of vegetables with every meal. And finally, take two tablespoons of blackstrap molasses before bed.