SCI 241 Week 2 - DQ 1 - 8025

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Two ways to remedy constipation would be to either drink two to four glasses of water each day, or try a mild laxative.  Out of these two remedies, the laxative would most likely give a quicker result.  The reason for this is because the laxative is a more severe way of wSCI 241 Week 2 - DQ 1orking out the issue rather than drinking extra water.  I think if you want fast results, over the counter products would be better than home remedies.

Exercise. Start some sort of exercise program. Exercise brings more blood, oxygen and nutrients to the intestines which helps them function properly. Exercise, combined with recommended dietary changes and supplements, will be the foundation of your wellness program.

Fiber (25-35 grams, the equivalent of 2-3 tablespoons, in divided doses). Fiber in general is needed to add bulk to your stool, and bran is the most effective form. Fiber will also help develop regular bowel contractions.

Fluid (eight 8 ounce glasses daily). It has also been noted that five glasses of hot water drunk daily has been beneficial.

Change your bathroom habits as suggested under Habits.

Revitalize your liver function with nutrients, as mentioned above under "causes." This should be done in cases of chronic constipation or where other habits have been changed and the desired results have not occurred. Do a liver flush to clean out built-up toxins and help the liver function at optimum efficiency.


WebMD. (2008). The Basics of Constipation. Retrieved September 1, 2009, from
http://www.webmd.com/digestive-disorders/digestive-diseases-constipation?page=2

http://www.health911.com/remedies/rem_consti.htm

Irritable Bowel Syndrome:
Two ways this issue can be resolved is by doing regular exercise and managing stress.  I think these home remedies work in some cases but a doctor can prescribe medication for pain, diarrhea, or constipation.  In some cases a home remedy would not be enough as irritable bowel syndrome can be painful.

WebMD. (2008). Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Retrieved September 1, 2009, from
http://www.webmd.com/ibs/guide/irritable-bowel-syndrome-ibs-topic-overview

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Two ways to remedy constipation would be to either drink two to four glasses of water each day, or try a mild laxative.  Out of these two remedies, the laxative would most likely give a quicker result.  The reason for this is because the laxative is a more severe way of wSCI 241 Week 2 - DQ 1orking out the issue rather than drinking extra water.  I think if you want fast results, over the counter products would be better than home remedies.

Exercise. Start some sort of exercise program. Exercise brings more blood, oxygen and nutrients to the intestines which helps them function properly. Exercise, combined with recommended dietary changes