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Constipation homemade remedies

Drinking lemon juice mixed with warm water two to three times a day eases constipation. One or two teaspoons of aloe gel can be taken twice a day. A common Ayurvedic medicine for constipation is...

  1. Drinking lemon juice mixed with warm water two to three times a day eases constipation.
  2. One or two teaspoons of aloe gel can be taken twice a day.
  3. A common Ayurvedic medicine for constipation is Triphala Churna. It is a powder made by grinding three kinds of herbs. A teaspoon of this powder taken with warm water or milk at the time going to bed is beneficial.
  4. Use spices like cumin, coriander, turmeric powder, fennel and asafetida as they make the food easy to digest.
  5. Whole grain bread and cereals
  6. Regular physical exercise is also important for maintaining proper bowel movements.
  7. Sleeping hours should be regulated and efforts should be made to have a sound sleep.
  8. Fried foods, beans, gas forming vegetables like cabbage, cauliflower and broccoli, nuts and dried fruits should be avoided.
  9. Take time to go to the gym. You know that exercise is good for your heart, but did you know that it's good for your bowels?
  10. Take a walk, and bring your baby. Any form of regular exercise will tend to alleviate constipation, but the one mentioned most often by our experts is walking. Walking is particularly helpful for pregnant women, many of whom experience constipation as their inner workings are altered to accommodate the growing fetus.
  11. All natural bulk forming Laxative are good for curing constipation at home.
  12. Ginger tea is a great home remedy for constipation. It helps start bowel movement.
  13. Yerba mate in tea form is very helpful with constipation.
  14. Eat lots of fruits, green vegetables cabbage, peas, carrots, garlic, sweet potatoesArticle Search, all these are high in fiber.

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Author Bio - Sander Bel writes articles for constipation. He also writes for home remedies and skin diseases.



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