TOP 5 HACKS TO ELIMINATE POOP LIKE A CHAMPION
Everybody poops. Sadly, as fate would have it, not everybody poops when they want to. Simply because of lack of exercise, eating less amount of fiber and more junk food, less consumption of water can all lead to a constipated stomach among people. Even though it has become such a day-to-day phenomenon among people with sedentary lifestyles, people feel too shy to talk about it.
If you’re all jammed up then don’t be embarrassed, because constipation happens! And we’re here with some quick fix to add to your daily routine to help you poop better.
But first, let’s understand what causes constipation?
Constipation happens when the activity of food through the digestive system slows down, because of physical inactivity, a low-fiber diet or certain medications.
However, there are many over-the-counter remedies for healing constipation like stool softeners and laxatives and stool, it’s best to start with fiber-rich foods that keep your bowel movements in shape.
So, without further ado, here’s presenting
- Get some fiber!
Indigestible material that acts like as intestinal sponge, fiber absorbs water and speeds up the transit of stool through the digestive system, which can help you keep regular.
Sources of Dietary Fiber:
- Fruits: Blueberries, Strawberries, Apples, Pears and Raisins.
- Nuts and Seeds: Almonds, Peanuts and Walnuts, as well as Sunflower, Flax and Chia seeds.
- Vegetables: Broccoli, Green peas, Pumpkin and Sweet potato.
- Whole grain foods: Whole grain bread, Whole grain pastas and cereals.
Be forewarned: Too much fiber can result in Abdominal discomfort or extreme Gas and Bloating. So, increase your fiber intake slowly across five days.
- Drink more water!
Escalating water content inside the gut can help soften the stool and stimulate easier bowel movements. The water flush is most beneficial if you perform it first thing in the morning on an empty stomach. It’s an easy fix, if you’ve got 99 problems, dehydration should definitely not be one of them.
- Get grooving
If you’re feeling a little static, focus less on the bowel and more on the movement. Do some yoga, go out for a job or just simply dance! You may feel bloated in the beginning but a quick workout is better instead of sitting around and wondering if you’ll ever poop again.
- Try to squat!
It’s all about getting your knees up! The advantage of squatting is that it alters the position of your colon and gives faeces more of an “aligned shot” down into the toilet bowl, so you have to tensify less to push them out.
- A gentle massage might help
If you’re sitting on the toilet seat, try thickly rolling up a towel or a cloth, placing it under your navel. Gently, apply constant pressure or the soft pat on your back to help pass that bubble.
No cloth? Try surrounding your navel with both fists, thumbs up and palms facing in.
- Nooooo! Don’t force it.
Please, oh please, do not try to squash one out. A mild push from your abs with a steady exhale is completely acceptable. Don’t go full Schwarzenegger at the end of Terminator!! There have been many horror stories of burst blood vessels and hemorrhoids.
We at ParaFit, can help you by giving the relief you need, thanks to our healthy high-fiber diet plan with plenty of fluids-both of which help to move things along, naturally. With healthy probiotics foods like yogurt and prebiotics like oats, can help feed the good bacteria inside your gut. Get in touch with us today to maintain a regular poo schedule.
What poop hacks do you practice? 😉