IGNITION can be uncomfortable, and it may seem like you’ve tried everything to shift the chair.
This is Fr. general condition and can affect people of all ages – the culprit is usually a lack of fiber.
If you haven’t been to toilet number two at least three times in the last week, then chances are you have an illness.
Other signs include yours poop too large, dry, hard or lumpy.
But if you are tense, when you go to the toilet or feel pain, it can also be a sign.
Now one expert has shown steps that can help you alleviate them unpleasant symptoms.
Publication in TikTokpelvic floor hygiene specialist Ariana Barger said you need to lie on the floor.
Instead of straining in the toilet, Ariana explained, “You need to lie down, bend your knees, find your hips, literally your femurs and go ahead and scoop up that tissue.
“Scoop up your skin and find a good solid place because I know you will have it.
“I want you to take a deep breath into this space and we will hold it for three deep breaths.
“Make sure you allow your abdomen to expand downward when you inhale and exhale.”
In addition to the above exercises the guru said that you can also do a massage “IL U”.
Ariana explained that this is when you climb on the right side of the abdomen, to the left side, and then down on the left side, making shapes of each letter with your hands.
It acts almost like a belly massage.
“You can also do a few knee or abdomen compressions,” she said.
To do this, you need to bring your knees to your chest again.
You can also swing from side to side and make sure you take deep breaths during this.
What causes constipation?
In adults, constipation has many causes.
The most common are:
- do not eat enough fiber
- not drinking enough fluids
- be less active
- ignoring the urge to go to the toilet
- change in diet or daily routine
- drug side effects
- stress, anxiety or depression
To finish, you can hug your knees to your chest and hold them for a moment.
The NHS says one of the main ways to both treat and prevent constipation is to make changes to your diet.
Doctors say that drinking plenty of fluids and avoiding drinking, as well as increasing the amount of fiber you consume, can help your stools become softer and easier to excrete.
You can also improve your toilet mode by sticking to your usual time and place – and giving yourself plenty of time to go to number two.
Official instructions state: “Do not delay if you feel the urge to poop.
“To make it easier to poop, try to lean your feet on a low stool when you go to the toilet. If possible, raise your knees above your hips.”
Experts say you should also think about increasing your activity, as this can help you poop more regularly.
It is important to remember that if you have any abnormalities in the chair and you find things that are unusual for you, then you should see a therapist.
We pay for your stories!
Do you have a story for The Sun?