If you have a bowel movement fewer than three times a week, you could be constipated. While virtually everyone has experienced constipation at some point during their lives, recurring or ongoing constipation is not normal.
Further, the symptoms it creates — bloating, straining, hard dry stools and difficulty eliminating — … Read More
...And the RISKS of Both Infrequent and Frequent Bowel Movements
If you’ve never given your bowel movements a second thought, it’s probably a sign that your digestive process is running smoothly.
Because if you suddenly become irregular, or have the opposite problem with too frequent trips to the bathroom, you’ll be so u … Read More
It’s a dirty word, but somebody has to say it: constipation.
That’s because extra abdominal gas and fecal matter can create enormous pressure on your spine.
Think of it… if you only have one bowel movement a day, there could be as many as eight meals backed up in your bowels.
Here’s a few practical tips for prev … Read More
Death begins in the colon.
And constipation is a major warning sign of trouble.
Constipation isn’t just when you feel pressure to have a bowel movement but can’t go, either.
Infrequent bowel movements (three or less per week) as well as straining or a sensation of hardened stools during more than a quarter of yo … Read More
Hemorrhoids can cause a lot of problems. The problems form in critical parts of the body, exposing it to exceptionally harmful circumstances.
In addition to being itchy and painful, hemorrhoids halt the body's normal functions. With all the damage hemorrhoids can do, the question remains what impact, if any, do hemorrhoid … Read More