When You Can’t “Go” Because Your Body Is Saying NOOOOOOOOO

When You Can’t “Go” Because Your Body Is Saying NOOOOOOOOO

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This is a subject that no one really likes to talk about. It’s embarrassing, not suitable for polite conversation, and is mortifying to even admit. Constipation. Yes, the dreaded word for a very annoying and embarrassing ailment. nike air max schoenen When you can’t “go” because your body is saying nooooooooooo, there are ways to help your situation. fjällräven kånken Klassiska Here are some things you need to consider to get out of the constipated rut in your gut.   Constipation - FiberFiber— The average human being needs around 25-30 grams of fiber each day to keep their system moving along, if you know what I mean. You don’t want to get your fiber from those fiber bars that are in tv commercials all the time. Start by having a decently high fiber cereal in the morning with at least 6-8 grams of fiber per serving. Then make sure you are getting more fiber through eating the right amounts of fruits and vegetables with each meal. Beans are also a great source of fiber than can easily be incorporated into simple recipes, and salads. Constipation - DehydrationDehydration— Our bodies are made up of water, so you would think that we wouldn’t have to drink so much of it each day, but we do. Ideally you need to drink 8 glasses of water a day. Not giant glasses, but they need to be at least 6 ounces of liquid in each glass. Tea, coffee, and other beverages count too, but just watch the sugar and caffeine which won’t help your situation if had in excess. Lack of Exercise— Your body likes to move. Movement increases blood flow, oxygen, and energy to all the muscles in your body. It increases circulation which will hopefully increase the movement of your bowels. Kanken No.2 Medical Reason— Some medical conditions like Thyroid issues, Diabetes, and other diseases can cause sluggish bowel movements. Talk to your doctor about how you can counteract this unwanted side effect. adidas uk Constipation - MedicationMedication Situation— Pain meds, and other types of medication including ones for depression can sometimes cause constipation. This is also the time to consult your doctor about what you can do about it that will work with the medication you are taking. Not Scheduling Enough Time— Your bowels don’t like to be rushed. If you are not giving yourself enough time to properly “go” then you might just not go at all. So schedule at least 10-15 mins on the porcelain throne at least three times a day. Your body will learn to anticipate the time to have a bowel movement, and will help things along naturally. Just remember to not strain, and let things take place as naturally as possible. Lack of Places To Go–- Are you a shy pooper? Some people only like to go “Number 2” as it was called when we were kids at home. This can be a problem if you work outside your home all day. So what can you do? Get over it. Everyone poops. They even wrote a children’s book on it. Hollister So don’t be afraid to go in a public restroom. That’s what they are for. I’ll say it again…everyone poops. Laxatives Overuse— If you have gotten into the habit of taking harsh laxatives to make you “go” then you might have a problem if your body gets used to the.