Yoga for Healing Chronic Constipation

Chronic constipation is, probably, the chief culprit in most diseases common to human beings. Right from a common cold, fever right upto anxiety, steering clear of constipation is, probably the best way to prevent illness.

We’d like to add here that, on an average everybody is continuously carrying 10-15 pounds of un-purged fecal matter in their bowels. This of its own accord has a toxic effect on the system.

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Medical professionals in autopsy say that of 60-70% of the colons inspected, foreign matter like worms and years old feces-stones have been discovered still intact inside.

Chronic Constipation could be result of:

  • Neglecting the urge for bowel movement.
  • Inadequate fiber by way of fruits and vegetables in the diet.
  • Inadequate fluids such as not drinking enough water. (Liquids don’t mean beverages, sodas or alcohol!)
  • Bad food combinations and eating mucus-forming and difficult-to-digest foodstuffs.

Evidently, a healthier and better choice of food habits could help combat chronic constipation. However, to even make this endeavor more successful, some physical actions will have to be taken.

This is done to help the individual in relieving the system of excess debris in the alimentary canal. In the case of chronic constipation, these Yoga poses can and will definitely help with regards to easing constipation symptoms.

  • Dhanurasana – The Bow Pose
  • Sarvangasana – The Shoulder Stand
  • Mayurasana – The Peacock Pose
  • Abdominal Lifts
  • The Breathing Exercises: Kapalabhatti, Anuloma-Viloma, Bhastrika

These Yoga poses directly target the body’s abdominal region and in executing them. The individual, thus, finds a natural cure for constipation. You can find sufficient information on these Yoga poses in this website itself. All the same, if fighting constipation is a desperate step you have to undertake, then Yoga as a choice for physical treatment (externally) along with other techniques will not hurt and will, probably, help immensely.

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