The 5 causes of constipation and how to defeat it forever using natural ingredients

Constipation can be incredibly uncomfortable and have a big impact on your life. For instance, it is difficult to predict when the next bowel movement will occur. Moreover, it can be painful to eject dry stools, with some sufferers saying that they “feel faint”. This isn’t the way to live. Trips to the toilet should be seamless and forgettable.

How come some people suffer from constipation and others don’t?

1) A lack of physical activity

Westerners lead relatively comfortable lives. We have access to transportation and have access to whatever we need. Therefore, it is easy to lead a rather laid back lifestyle. When we combine this with a diet filled with processed sugars (more on that later) the abdominal muscles can weaken over time. Physical activity such as walking and jogging “activates” the abdominal muscles. Moreover, exercise promotes the contraction of the large intestine (peristalsis). As a result, bowel movements become more frequent.

You don’t have to exercise like an Olympian in order to get more frequent bowel movements. Walking for 30 minutes a day can make a huge difference over a short space of time.

2) Medication

Medications such as antidepressants can lead to chronic constipation. This is because they have an effect on the brain, and can affect the nerves which control digestion and ejection. As a result, bowel movements become infrequent, and ejection can be incredibly painful. Moreover, recreational drugs can have a similar effect. If you are able to link the start of your constipation with a change in medication, consult with your doctor on whether there is an alternative form of treatment.Watch The Channel (2016) Full Movie Online Streaming Online and Download

3) Stress

Stress can have a big impact on bowel movement. This is because stress can cause the abdominal muscles to become less active, and as a result, peristalsis reduces. Healthy lifestyle habits such as exercise and meditation can reverse the effects of constipation. Moreover, healthy lifestyle habits allows you to breakthrough your stress without resorting to medication. Over time, medication packed with artificial chemical can increase your stress level.

4) Change in diet

Some people change their diet in order to complement a new exercise regimen. Some also change because they read about it in a magazine. This can lead to constipation. Your diet can make a big difference to intestinal health. Prior to changing your diet, consult with a doctor. This is because a change can have negative effects on your digestive tract and overall health.

5) Nerve and muscle problems

As we age, the nerves and muscles get weaker. As a result, the nerves and muscles which regulate digestion and ejection become less effective. Fortunately, good nerve and muscle health can be maintained by following a deit and exercise regimen. If constipation becomes chronic, it can lead to a build up of toxins in the blood. This can lead to a range of health problems.

 

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How to defeat constipation with natural ingredients

Walk into any pharmacy and you will find a range of medication for constipation. However, the ingredients label is typically filled with a long list of artificial chemicals and additives. I was saddened to find that some of them are known carcinogens (cancer-causing). Plus, some of these types of medication can cause your intestines to go into overdrive. Therefore, instead of having regular bowel movements, you are left with diarrhea.

Defeating constipation forever doesn’t have to be unpleasant or expensive. In fact, nature holds the answers. We set out to create a natural cure to medication. After experimenting with a range of herbs and spices from around the globe, we finally cracked it and called it Wholey Sh!t. Here are the ingredients.

Cayenne Pepper: This helps to trigger contraction of the large intestine. As a result, bowels move via a process called peristalsis. Moreover, cayenne pepper helps in digestion. This helps to reduce feelings of bloat or gas.

Aloe Ferox Leaf: Indigenous to South Africa, this stronger sibling of Aloe Vera helps to improve and maintain colon health. A disadvantage of constipation is that it significantly increases the risk of colon cancer. Aloe Fero Leaf cleanses the colon and can make a big difference to your long term health.

Barberry Root Bark: This is somewhat of a “miracle” root with a range of benefits. It helps to increase the production of digestive enzymes and cleanse all parts of the digestive tract. In fact, it comes with various other cleansing benefits.

Cascara Segrada: This stimulates muscle contractions in the lower intestine. Combined with the other natural ingredients, it helps to maintain healthy bowel movements.

 

We placed all the above ingredients in a balanced blend. That way they work well together and help to naturally rid you of constipation. They work in tandem with your body, and don’t come with any of the nasty side effects found in artificially created medication. There are no additives, just like nature intended.

 

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Anthony Coletti

The Founder of Wholey Shit.

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