List of Effective Natural laxatives in Nigeria.
When you go to the toilet and you find it difficult to move your stools, don’t force it, you might cause a tear on your anus what is known as anal fissure.
When you find it difficult to move your bowels, do this instead.
.Drink enough water.
.Eat (green) garden egg.
Constipation is one of the major cause of anal fissure.
One of the ways of also avoiding this is going to the toilet immediately you get the signal to. If you put it off for later the signal weakens and the longer it takes, the dryer your stool becomes, making it harder to pass.
Try Exercising. Lack of physical activity can also contribute to constipation. Try exercising for 30minutes daily.
.Citrus fruits can also help you move your bowels well.
Also avoid using hard suppositories they are usual hard to insert and can lead to anal fissure.
Normally, if you have an anal fissure it heal with time, nothing to worry much about, try avoiding things that will make it worse.
If it persists for long, see your healthcare provider.
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Fun fact: Suffering from constipation? Try Udara/Agbalumo. Lots of it. Cleanses the system and makes for easy bowel movement. Tested and trusted. Are you battling constipation? Eat plenty agbalumo including the bark… Every part of the agbalumo.
Scent leaf is also very good for the treatment of constipation. Basil leaf help promote bowel movement. Drinking scent leaf juice or eating scent leaf soup treats severe constipation.
What is constipation?
Having fewer than three bowel movements a week is, technically, the definition of constipation.
Other key features that usually define constipation include:
-Your stools are dry and hard.
-Your bowel movement is painful and stools are difficult to pass.
-You have a feeling that you have not fully emptied your bowels.
What causes constipation?
There are many causes of constipation – lifestyle choices, medications, medical conditions, and pregnancy.
Common lifestyle causes of constipation include:
*Eating foods low in fiber.
*Not drinking enough water (dehydration).
*Not getting enough exercise.
*Changes in your regular routine, such as traveling or eating or going to bed at different times.
*Eating large amounts of milk or cheese.
*Resisting the urge to have a bowel movement.
What are the symptoms and signs of constipation?
The Symptoms of constipation include:
*You have fewer than three bowel movements a week.
*Your stools are dry, hard and/or lumpy.
*Your stools are difficult or painful to pass.
*You have a stomach ache or cramps.
*You feel bloated and nauseous.
*You feel that you haven’t completely emptied your bowels after a movement.