Constipation could be very painful & embarrassing condition.
The good news is that many natural remedies that can help you.
1. Dried or fresh figs
2. Prunes and prune juice
3. Fresh papaya
4. Raw spinach helps cleanse the digestive tract and cures constipation. Raw spinach juice mixed with water twice a day for the most effective treatment.
5. Eat Your Veggies – Add fresh and frozen veggies to your daily meals—fiber-rich sources include sweet potatoes, corn, peas, carrots, tomatoes, spinach, broccoli, okra, and cauliflower. If you do not like vegetable chop them finely or puree them and add them to sauces, soups, and stews.
5. Glass of hot water with half a teaspoon of sea salt and squeeze half a lime. Do this as soon as you wake up before consuming any other food or beverages. This will help you to regulate your bowel movements.
6. Drink water at least 8 glasses a day to keep hydrated.
Honey is known for its mild laxative benefits. Try taking one tablespoon three times a day. You can take it alone, but it’s good to add a warm cup of tea or just hot water with a bit of lemon.
8. Start a regular exercise routine
9. Do not delay a bowel movements if the urge occurs.
10. Chew food slowly and well when eating
11. Do not eat on the go or at irregular times. Eat mini meals a day. At least 5 small meals.
12. Apples it can also help prevent constipation. The same goes for a glass of apple juice or apple cider, just like apples, all three act as natural laxatives after a meal.
13. Coffee- will stimulates your digestive tract and takes you to the bathroom shortly after you drink it.
14. Avoid foods that are high in fats and refined sugar
Avoid over processed and junk food.
15. Massage can stimulate your digestion and helps relax your body
16. Yoga different stretching of your body can help regularize bowel movements. Certain yoga poses stimulate the digestive tract and encourage bowel movements. Deep breathing exercises and meditation also help relieve stress and anxiety that may be causing the constipation.
17. Raisins – dried up grape is also extremely high in fiber as well as tartaric acid, which has a laxative effect on the digestive systems. Eat a handful of raisins daily with meals.
18. Oils – such as coconut oil, vegetables oils like olive oil, sunflower oil, soy oil actually lubricate the intestines and make elimination go more smoothly. Try mixing a tablespoon of your favorite oil with herbs, a bit of lemon juice, and some red wine vinegar and use it as a salad dressing.
19. If you are pregnant and suffer from constipation stay away from laxatives and over-the-counter medications as these can cause premature contractions.
20. For some people, suddenly adding high amounts of fiber into their diet may cause gas and bloating. If this is the case, try introducing small amounts of fiber at a time until the digestive system gets used to it. Be observant how you feel after eating.
21. Beans, prevent constipation. you can really mix up your dishes with an array of pinto, red, black, lima, navy, or garbanzo beans also called chickpeas for a great source of daily fiber.