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Frequently Asked Questions
What is Constipation?
Constipation is a condition that causes bowel movements to occur less frequently than normal and can vary from person to person. There is no exact definition of the normal frequency of passing stools, so you should gauge if the frequency has changed from the usual one. In general, if you haven’t passed a stool for more than 3 days, it is considered to be abnormally long and a constipation treatment is recommended.
Another thing to consider when suffering from constipation, aside from frequency, is the consistency of the faeces. If your stools are very hard and are difficult to pass, it can cause straining and discomfort, thus needing a proper constipation medication.
Constipation is not considered as a dangerous or serious condition, however, it can give a very unpleasant feeling and can cause other uncomfortable symptoms such as bloating, stomach ache and feeling of fullness despite passing a stool.
What are the Causes of Constipation?
Constipation can be caused by many different factors. Most of the time, it is caused by the diet such as a change in the diet, insufficient water intake, low fibre intake and consumption of a lot of dairy products. Eating disorders and irritable bowel syndrome could be responsible too, as constipation is usually a side effect of these conditions.
Constipation may also happen when your body becomes physically inactive or when you are stressed or pregnant. Certain underlying conditions may cause constipation including colon cancer, digestive problems, neurological conditions or an underactive thyroid. Strong pain medications or antidepressants may also influence constipation.
When you try to alter your body’s natural bowel movements, this can result in constipation. This usually happens when you resist the urge of going to the toilet when you feel that you need to. Constant use of laxatives can also alter the natural rhythm of your bowel movement. Listen to your body’s signals to reduce the symptoms.
What is the Treatment for Constipation?
Getting rid of constipation is fast and easy with the different treatments available. With the help of adequate treatments, you will get back to normal and will feel relieved from the unpleasant symptoms. On top of taking constipation treatments, you should try increasing water intake, avoiding diuretic drinks such as caffeine and exercising more frequently.
The key to managing constipation is to practice routines that will help prevent it, rather than waiting for it to get worse. This includes eating 5 portions of fruit and vegetables a day and adding plenty of whole grains into your diet plus cereals and fibre. Increase your water intake by drinking a minimum of 2 litres of water every day. Limit your dairy intake and don’t resist the urge to go to the toilet.