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How to Avoid Constipation?

Written by
Dr. Sheetal R Bhanushali
and medically reviewed by iCliniq medical review team.

Published on Jan 17, 2019   -  2 min read


This article gives you brief information about constipation and its treatment.

How to Avoid Constipation?

What Is Constipation?

It is an incomplete movement of the intestine. It is a prevalent problem which affects 90 % of people in the world. In initial days, people ignore this complaint, but as days pass, it disturbs the routine. If your stomach is not emptied, it will make you feel irritated, and you cannot do your work properly. It seems minor, but actually, it matters a lot for our health.

Common Causes:

  1. Dehydration.
  2. Lack of fiber intake.
  3. Pregnancy.
  4. Less physical activity.
  5. Side effects of some medicines.
  6. Side effects of some food.
  7. Bedridden person.
  8. Improper sleep.
  9. Late night hangouts.
  10. Mismanaged lifestyle.
  11. Piles and anal fissures.

Uncommon Causes:

  1. Diverticular disease.
  2. Colon cancer.
  3. Irritable bowel syndrome.
  4. Intestinal obstruction.
  5. Thyroid.

What Do Patients Feel During Constipation?

What to Do to Avoid Constipation?

Along with these steps, you can take homeopathic treatment for constipation. You will not get addicted to homeopathic medicines the way you get with laxatives.

Last reviewed at:
17 Jan 2019  -  2 min read




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