Top Home Remedies For Constipation

Top Home Remedies For Constipation

Top Home Remedies For Constipation

More often you get constipated and are reluctant to consult about it but it’s not very difficult to kick it out. Some homemade remedies don’t let it difficult to get relieved.

Drink Plenty of Fluids (Get Your Body Hydrated)

Nobody can ignore the importance of water as it is essential to hydrate the body which softens the stool and prevent stasis so helps food or waste to pass easier through colon.
Drink Plenty of Fluids (Get Your Body Hydrated)

Don’t Ignore Your Body

Your body deserves the most for your attention. Whenever you have the feeling to evacuate (defecate), meet your body need immediately. Your act of delaying the natural process of defecation leads to absorption of more water that hardens the stools which provides fertile soil for chronic constipation.
So the best and simple remedy is; don’t hold it in. Whenever you feel the need defecate, allow your body to do so.
The best treatment of illness is to nap it in the bud, in this case to treat constipation before it takes over your body.

Olive Oil (Get It Into Your Diet)

Pure olive oil is something more than you might think as it has marvellous properties to heal or furnish body system. The presence of oil especially olive oil in the digestive system stimulates to pass it stuff more smoothly and efficaciously. The regular use of olive oil in our diet even helps to heal the tiny ruptures and mucous layer of our digestive track.
Simply use one tea spoon of olive oil daily in your diet, better it be in the morning with empty stomach and feel it miraculous effects.
Olive Oil (Get It Into Your Diet)

Lemon Water (See Citric Acid Work)

Lemon contain citric acid and it is a good stimulant. You even observed smell or sight of a lemon makes you feel what? Lemon water with its citric content washes out toxins and harm full undigested material that just suck up upon the digestive track the same way with your utensils.
Take one lemon and mix it with a cup of slightly warm water. Now it time to drink it.
Lemon Water (See Citric Acid Work)

Orange Have Fibers (Coats the Digestive Track)

Oranges have higher content of fibers in its pulp besides it ability of coating the digestive track. Orange juice with its pulp or simple eating oranges both help in levitating constipation. It also increases the number of bowel movement which adds plus points.
Orange Have Fibers (Coats the Digestive Track)

Coffee & Tea

Coffee is the natural stimulant of digestive track as well as tea. One cup of coffee is your friend in daily routine. Some people have carve for it. So make sure you do not take it in excess as it acts like diuretics and it may even dehydrate you by hyper urination.
Coffee & Tea
Coffee & Tea

Foods With Fiber Content

Fibers present in our diet absorb water and increase the bulk of our stool and soften it. So fiber rich foods help easy evacuation and prevent constipation.
Some foods with higher fiber content are oranges, whole grain bread, apricots, plums, pears, apples, vegetables, beans, berries, broccoli, & nuts.
Foods With Fiber Content

Eat Yoghurt Daily (Maintains Natural Flora)

Our body has natural flora (invincible microbes living within our body for mutual benefits) which especially in our intestine utilize material harmful for us and it returns provide us with valuable nutrients. Daily use of yoghurt keeps intestinal flora healthy which is also essential for normal gut motility.
Eat Yogurt Daily (Maintains Natural Flora)Eat Yogurt Daily (Maintains Natural Flora)

Honey Is Laxative

Honey is mild laxative and its daily use in beneficial for chronic constipation. Two spoons of honey 2-3 times a day are quite helpful as home remedy to treat constipation.
You may use one spoon of honey and a lemon in a cup of warm water to boost its effects. In the morning with empty stomach is the best time you got to solve you constipation problem.
Honey Is Laxative

Flax Seeds

Flax seeds have importance being rich in omega – 3 fatty acids and fiber content. Flax seeds also have laxative properties with help in curing constipation.
Flax Seeds

Figs A Natural Laxative

Figs have higher fiber content so act as a natural laxative. The skin of figs contain most of the fibers and also calcium. Dried as well as fresh figs are useful in curing constipation. Use figs in your routine diet and it is more useful if taken during night.
Figs A Natural Laxative

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Top Home Remedies For Constipation

Top Home Remedies For Constipation

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