Constipation symptoms can become a serious concern and a source of emotional and physical hardship for many of us.
Particularly for women, with twice as many cases of constipation reported in comparison to men. Primary constipation symptoms can be simply defined as difficulty or infrequency in the passage of stools, but there is a lot more to them! In fact, they can be so severe and persistent in some cases that the condition could lead to the build up of toxins, which in turn can trigger autoimmune or inflammatory diseases and a study also found that women who had fewer that 3 bowel movements a week have 3 times the risk of breast disease, – including breast cancer or fibrocystic breast disease – than those who had at least one or more bowel motions every day.
Do you think you are constipated? Most doctors consider anyone who has fewer than three bowel movements in a week constipated, so this is considered one of the most obvious constipation symptoms. Although several other doctors believe that it really depends on your body and I tend to agree with them. As a general rule of thumb, if you find that your bowel movements by any means reduce your ability to enjoy optimal health and wellness, in that case it is recommended to treat your condition as promptly as possible to avoid potential complications.
Constipation symptoms can also include hard stools, which can be for many sufferers quite difficult to release and will result in straining or mild to severe lower abdominal pain, nausea and in severe, chronic cases even the development of internal or external hemorrhoids.
What can you do to relieve your constipation symptoms?
There are several, very effective constipation remedies ,which work well for most people, however, for long term constipation freedom you will need to address the underlying root causes.
Underlying Causes of Constipation Symptoms
- lack of physical activity
- taking certain medications
- nutritional deficiencies
- poor diet
- food allergies
If your constipation symptoms are severe and persistent, in order to determine the exact underlying causes, I strongly encourage you to visit your doctor for a thorough check up. Address these factors and use the recommended constipation remedies to permanently eliminate your condition and avoid recurrences in the future.
Is it possible to permanently eliminate your constipation symptoms even if you are a chronic sufferer?
Watch this helpful and informative video and visit Constipation Remedies for help, tips and advice.