One of the most common conditions that surprise us is our potty problems. Dealing with them is sometimes difficult as they are avoided topics of conversation. Here are some remedies for constipation.

Baking Soda
Baking soda has many uses. It is one of the most used home remedies of all time. It is great at relieving constipation and common tummy aches. Being bicarbonate, it encourages the air to be released in the body, which is the best condition to relieve pain or pressure. It also helps balance the pH levels in the stomach.

Establish a Routine
The prevention and relief for constipation lies in an old method: establishing a routine. The regulation of the timing of the trip to the toilet will help the body to adjust to regular bowel movement.

Aloe
Not only for cuts and skin burns, aloe is also an agent for the tummy. Pure Aloe Vera gel mixed with fruit juices and other morning drinks is a sure way to keep your tummy safe.

Flaxseed Oil
Flaxseed oil acts as a cover or a coat for the linings of the stomach’s wall and also the stool. This results in the increase in the bowel movements. Flaxseed oil can be mixed with orange juice.

Fiber
Fiber is known to be the stomach’s ally. Fibers are indigestible. They absorb water which when added with stool, softens the stool. Some kinds of fiber would lead you to be constipated, so drink water.

Caffeine
Caffeine also acts a stimulant for the tummy. Coffee makes the drinker urinate a lot of times, it being a diuretic. Too much coffee might lead to dehydration and constipation.

Molasses
Be it chronic or be it occasional constipation, blackstrap molasses has saved countless people who suffered from constipation. Blackstrap molasses contains significant amounts of minerals and other vitamins which aids in dealing with constipation, magnesium for one.

Lemons
The citric juice in lemons is a great stimulant for the digestive system. It is a great agent in flushing out toxins and other undigested materials built up on the colon’s walls.

Oil
Olive oil helps in getting things moving in the colon. The consistency and the texture of oil
make it an icon in constipation home remedies.

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