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Constipation: Symptoms, Treatment And More - Ayurvedicare

 

A woman with constipation pain
A woman with constipation pain

What Is constipation?

The disease known as constipation (mutropagata) is divided into eight different types according to how the attack is triggered by the disturbed action of the body's vayu. Pitta and Kapha separately or all are due to coordinated actions, the effects of external blows or injuries, or the pressure of trapped feces (in the intestine). 

 ie, bowel obstruction, or the presence of stones (bladder asmal).The eighth is due to the presence of gravel (Sarkara in bubbles). This disease is one of them  The most painful and intolerable disease that strikes human body.

Many people mistakenly believe that constipation is due to not having a bowel movement every day. In fact, it's perfectly normal for us to move our intestines about three times a day. Rarely once every three or four days. Everyone's regularity is different. 

 There are two types of constipation: atonic and spastic. 

1.Amore common type of atonic constipation occurs when the colon muscles are weak. develops when there is not enough water in the diet, fiber.

2. Spastic constipation (sometimes called irritable bowel syndrome) is characterized by irregular bowel movements and can be caused by stress, neuropathy, excessive smoking, irritating foods, and colonic obstruction. , chronic constipation can cause hemorrhoids.


    1. Constipation Symptoms:

    Constipation symptom
    Constipation symptom

    • sparse stream Feeling suffocated with dripping urine bursting pains in the scrotum, penis, bladder, It is characteristic of diseases of the Vataja type. 

    • The characteristics of the pitaya type are bloody or high-coloured (bright dark yellow) and (very) warm urine that causes a burning sensation in the scrotum,Burn the bladder and penis with fire, so to speak.

    •scrotum, penis, and blisters, goosebumps appearance (skin) and Cold, white, shiny (oily) urine discharge is characteristic of the Kapaja type. 

    •combustion sensations (urethra, etc.), tremors (of the body),Frequent and painful discharge of different colored urine Symptoms are voiding and unconsciousness 

     Pointing to the origin of the Sannipatika disease hard to cure. 


    2. Who is affected?

    • People who don't eat enough fiber 

     • People with diabetes, thyroid disease, Parkinson's disease, etc. 

     • people taking medications such as pain relievers, antidepressants, diuretics; 

     • People with serious medical conditions such as colon cancer or autoimmune diseases


    3. Quick Tips:

    Drink hot liquids: 

     Hot liquids help stimulate the intestines. To do this, drink herbal tea or a glass of warm water Lemon or coffee in the morning.

    4. Foods that Benefits in constipation:

    Whole grains such as whole grain bread or pasta, oatmeal, and bran cereals.Legumes such as lentils, black beans, kidney beans, soybeans, and chickpeas. Fruits such as berries, peeled apples, oranges and pears.Vegetables such as carrots, broccoli, green peas and collards.Nuts such as almonds, peanuts, and pecans are good sources of fiber.

    1. Water for constipation:

    Constipation pain
    Constipation pain

    You should drink liquids such as water, naturally sweetened fruit and vegetable juices, and clear soups to make the fiber work better. This change makes stools softer and easier to pass. 

      Drinking plenty of water and other fluids is also a great way to avoid dehydration. Staying hydrated is good for your overall health and helps avoid constipation. Ask your doctor how much fluid you should drink each day based on your size, medical condition, activity level, and where you live.

    2. Fruits for constipation:

    Raspberries
    Raspberries 

    All fruits rich in fiber and some compounds that reduce constipation. Citrus fruits such as oranges and grapefruit. Bananas are rich in dietary fiber. Eating apples in a variety of ways can be beneficial for people with constipation.Raspberries are high in fiber, and mangoes and guavas are also high in fiber, so these fruits can help with constipation.  

     Fiber helps prevent and relieve constipation for longtime.Soluble fiber absorbs water and keeps you away from constipation. This improves the movement of stool through the digestive tract.

    3. Legumes for constipation:

    Green peas
    Green peas

    Dietary fiber helps to prevent and relieve constipation for long time. Soluble fiber absorbs water and helps relieve constipation. 

     Beans contain more than 10 grams of fiber per serving, more than most other sources of fiber. moves further through the intestines to help relieve constipation. 

     These are all baked beans, cowpeas, Chickpeas, lima beans, pinto beans, kidney beans. Add to salads, soups, casseroles, and pastas.

    4.Vegetables for constipation:

    Green vegetables
    Green vegetables

    Leafy greens such as spinach, Brussels sprouts, and broccoli are rich in fiber and can help add bulk and regularity to your stools. 

     In addition to being rich in fiber, vegetables such as spinach, Brussels sprouts and broccoli are excellent sources of folic acid, vitamins C and K. 

     To incorporate spinach into your diet, try adding it to quiches, pies, or soups. Baby spinach and soft leafy greens can be added raw to salads and sandwiches for more fiber.This vegetable is rich in fiber and can help relieve constipation.

    5. Grains for constipation:

    Wheat plant
    Wheat plant

    Oats, brown rice, barley, whole grains, rye, and bulgur are good whole grain choices if you have constipation. 

     Whole grains provide fiber that balances healthy gut bacteria, turning your digestive tract into a poop powerhouse. 

      Whole grain rye bread is a good source of fiber and grain rye bread increase the frequency of bowel movements while reducing intestinal transit time.


    5. Important Nutritions :

    The foods you eat can relieve constipation.  

    Constipation Pain
    Constipation Pain

     1. Increase your fiber intake: 

    Insoluble types of fiber that absorb water.Passing through the intestine intact is a tool to prevent constipation. Doctors recommend 25-38 g of dietary fiber daily. Note that if you increase your consumption of high-fiber foods, you should gradually consume more water.High-fiber foods include wheat bran, bran cereals, whole grains, legumes, fruits , contains vegetables. 

    2. Drink enough water: 

    Adults should drink at least eight glasses of non-alcoholic beverages per day. When a low-fiber diet and reduced water intake occur together, stool becomes dry and hard. It becomes more and more difficult to move through the intestines.  

    3. Avoid alcohol: 

    Alcohol causes dehydration and prevents your body from absorbing it properly nutrients.

    6. Beyond diet:

    Constipation Pain
    Constipation Pain

     

    Here are some steps to improve your gut health. 

    1. Don't be afraid to go to the bathroom: 

    Going to the bathroom on impulse can cause constipation. 

    2. Exercise:

     Regular physical activity helps stimulate bowel movements. Inactivity can cause this constipation. 

     3.Use laxatives sparingly: 

    Excessive use of laxatives impairs normal colon function. when is the laxative If needed, one made with psyllium or another high-fiber stool softener is best. 

     4.Ask your doctor about medications: 

    Side effects of medications, especially codeine, etc.Other narcotic pain relievers reduce peristalsis, the rhythmic muscle movements that propel digested food forward. through the intestine.

    7. Treatment of constipation:

    Intestine
    Intestine

    Drinking more fluids, eating more high-fiber foods, and exercising regularly can help relieve constipation.Using stool softeners and laxatives can also help. 

     If self-medication is unsuccessful, your doctor may prescribe drugs to treat constipation. If you are taking any over-the-counter or prescription medications or supplements that can cause constipation, your doctor may suggest that you stop taking them, change your dose, or switch to something else.Talk with your doctor before changing or discontinuing any medicines.

     Frequently Asked Questions:

    Q.1 What does a constipation feel like?

    Ans.Constipation sufferers may experience a feeling of bloating in the abdomen or sharp cramping pains deep in the bowel. They may also feel full all the time, even if they have not eaten for several hours, as if they had just eaten a large meal. You may. The patient may also feel bloated, but expelling the gas does not relieve the discomfort.

    Q.2 Name of the foods needed to avoid constipation?

    Ans.There are many foods that relieve or prevent constipation. (1) fruit,(2)vegetable,(3)Legumes (beans),(4) Cereals and grain products,(5) water, and(6)Berries are mainly raspberries.

    Q.3 Is paneer good for Constipation?

    Ans.The answer is definitely no for paneer, as all dairy products like yogurt, butter,milk,cheese are appear to be another common cause of constipation, at least for some people.

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