Constipation happens to everybody from time to time.
Occasionally constipation is induced by strain or tension, eating habits and even not drinking adequate liquids, all of which can be the reason for you to have difficulty passing stools or defecating. So, if you discover yourself straining and holding onto the bathroom walls while you’re sitting there, you might be constipated.
There are always prescription and over the counter methods of treating constipation, but there are also natural home remedies you can try as well. Such as, lemon juice for example. Drinking lemon juice mixed with warm water 2-3 times a day can ease constipation.
Ginger tea facilitates to get those better bowel movements.
Same applies to eating a good deal of fruits like pears, guava, papaya, mangos, oranges and green vegetables that are rich in fiber.
Although it may not sound appetizing, drinking a one-half cup of cabbage juice twice a day or mixing and drinking a half cup olive oil with a half cup orange juice will both assist you in easing constipation.
Another remedy is to mix a glass of carrot juice with a glass of spinach juice is believed to contribute to almost immediate relief. Also, a juice made from Aloe Vera is available in most health food stores. It’s green, almost tasteless and is best done in short shots over a period of a day or so and will complete stimulate your body and bowels to “get cracking”.
Do not hold it in.
Sometimes when people are occupied or just because they do not want to use a public bathroom they restrain the urge to have a bowel movement. If it is possible, pass stools as soon as you feel the urge. Bowel movements are natures method of getting rid of waste and toxins from your body.
Home remedies are a natural technique of returning your inner balance and by doing so, you will see that your constipation can be easily managed and is no longer a problem.