ConstipationJanuary 25, 2018 8:01 am Leave your thoughts
Occasional constipation is common but if you’re experiencing chronic constipation it’s time to do something about it – it’s way more than a nuisance – it’s effects can be irreversible, profoundly affecting the cardiovascular, endocrine, and immune systems…
Some four million Americans experience constipation on a regular basis; more than half that number will visit a doctor each year with constipation as a major complaint. Constipation tends to happen more often in the elderly and in pregnant women, but it can strike people of all ages. At last count, Americans were spending over $700 million dollars a year on laxatives!
The Reasons for Constipation
The first major reason for so much constipation in the United States is that we are trained not to go to the bathroom when we have the urge. We are often just too busy to take the time, or we could be in a socially inappropriate location so we would feel embarrassment. In school we are taught to hold it until class is over, etc. From an early age we are conditioned to this behavior. The problem with this type of training is that the body eventually gets the message; it will stop telling you that it is time to go to the bathroom. The muscles that hold back stool also become stronger and better at keeping stool from coming out. It becomes a vicious cycle.
● THE STANDARD AMERICAN DIET
Much of the food we eat in the United States is made from ground up seeds such as bread, cereals, cake, and other foods made from flours. Eating grains is fine, but it is much healthier to eat them in whole form – the way most people eat rice. The difference is that eating grains that have been ground makes for stool that is hard and compacted.
A side effect of many pharmaceutical drugs is constipation. The drugs cause the autonomic processes in the GI tract to delay their normal rhythmic function. This results in the slow and difficult passage of stool. Many pharmaceutical drugs kill healthy bacteria and the healthy bacteria helps to further breakdown waste, helps to generate lubrication, cleanses the colon and helps protect the colon against infection.
Dehydration can be a huge factor in constipation. When water is in short supply in the body, the colon will act to restrict unnecessary water loss through the stools. Colon muscles will contract to squeeze out and subsequently reabsorb water back into circulation. This can result in harder stools that are not only more difficult to pass, but may also irritate and weaken the walls of the colon, causing severe abdominal pain. Since the water that the colon reabsorbs back into circulation is not filtered water, but wastewater, it must then be filtered by the liver and the kidneys. This may place additional strain on these overworked organs.
● LACK OF EXERCISE
Moderate exercise has been shown to help avoid and to relieve constipation. Physical activity helps decrease the time it takes food to move through the large intestine, thus limiting the amount of water absorbed from the stool into your body. Hard, dry stools are harder to pass. In addition, aerobic exercise accelerates your breathing and heart rate. This helps to stimulate the natural contraction of intestinal muscles. Intestinal muscles that contract efficiently help move stools out quickly.
The Consequences of Constipation
The medical community varies in their opinion on the subject of frequency and what is considered healthy, however, feeling good is what taking Regularity Rx Daily Detox does for you.
The problems with constipation are many. Along with what it feels like to be constipated, the cells that make up the walls of the colon are very tough, but even they can’t handle constant abuse. Stool contains many waste products and these can affect the colon’s cells.
Studies show that you are two to three times more likely to develop colon cancer if you are experiencing constipation. This risk is higher for women than men.
Other diseases are also more likely if you are constantly constipated including hemorrhoids, which can be caused by straining during a bowel movement. Anal fissures are caused when a hard stool actually rips the tissue on the inside of the anus.
Severe complications from constipation include rectal prolapse where the intestinal lining is pushed from the anal opening. Diverticulitis, an out-pouching of the lining of the colon, is complicated or created by constipation. Fecal impaction is a potentially harmful condition where the stool becomes so stuck that it has to be removed manually.
While appendicitis is thought to arise from infection, the incidence is higher in people who are constantly constipated. In fact, the amount of fiber in a child’s diet is directly related to the chances of getting appendicitis.
Your Anti-Constipation Action Plan – Regularity Rx – Daily Detox
Clearly, being constipated is no fun for anyone, and it’s a condition that can have long-lasting effects on your health. Be aware that many drugs and some diseases can cause you to become constipated.
If the food stays in your system for more than 18 hours it putrefies, accumulates toxins which get absorbed into the bloodstream and contributes to numerous other health concerns.
As the human body is similar to a filter, if it is temporarily blocked, and the natural flow of solid waste from the body is delayed, it may cause discomfort.
The body is essentially one huge filtering system – taking in solids and liquids, extracting the right nutrients from them, and then expelling the impurities of those solids and liquids again, in liquid and solid form.
Regularity Rx – Daily Detox supports the body’s natural ability to remove toxins and waste by-products, without harmful side effects and without harsh laxatives.
Constipation can reduce absorption of good nutrients, which will decrease energy and vitality. This is why many constipated people feel tired and depressed.
Regularity Rx – Daily Detox promotes easy, regular bowel activity. And unlike other colon products, will not weaken the colon muscle. Regularity Rx – Daily Detox provides superior cleaning ability, yet is safe and gentle on your system.
About Regularity Rx – Daily Detox
Unlike herbal laxatives Regularity Rx – Daily Detox, is the worlds’ most powerful, yet safest intestinal cleanser available. Because it uses oxygen and other beneficial gases to cleanse, it is not contraindicated for any persons, including pregnant or nursing mothers. Taking Regularity Rx – Daily Detox daily will do exactly as the name implies – it keeps you regular and detoxes the body at the same time.
Extended health benefits of Regularity Rx – Daily Detox:
· Break down and remove old impacted fecal matter adhering to the intestinal lining
- Clear out excess mucous
- Remove heavy metals
- Reduce harmful levels of bad bacteria
- Eradicate harmful intestinal pathogens (Giardia Lamblia, Candida Albicans, e.g.)
- Stimulate the growth of good bacteria
- Improve nutrient assimilation (Weight Control)
- Optimize transit time
- Reduce presents of toxins that cause disease
- Improve the function of the immune system organs
- Transport oxygen to all of your one hundred trillion cells (enhance brain function and immune response)
- Increase energy levels
- Improve mood
- Remove a primary cause of depression (toxins that feed the brain)
- Improve Sleep Quality
What to expect with Regularity Rx – Daily Detox
What is “Normal”?
To get an idea of what is normal we can turn to three teachers.
Most animals will have a bowel movement soon after they eat a major meal. Pets can be trained for the convenience of their owners to be let outdoors but by nature animals all go shortly after they have eaten.
Small children also follow this pattern and can help us to determine what is normal. Breast-fed infants, especially, have a bowel movement with every large feeding.
Scientists who study people from non-western cultures note that they typically have two to three bowel movements a day. People in these cultures would scratch their heads at the concept of constipation. It just doesn’t make sense to them. Non-western people don’t have large stacks of reading material next to where they go to the bathroom because they don’t sit and wait for a movement to happen…it just happens.
Many believe a natural number of bowel movements is probably between two and three a day – one for each major meal of the day. But to be healthy, and to feel good, it is important to have at least one bowel movement a day – most of us would be happy with that.
Q. What Is Regularity Rx – Daily Detox?
A. It’s a nutritional supplement that promotes easy, regular bowel activity naturally. Unlike other colon products, it will not weaken the colon muscle, and it provides superior cleaning ability, yet is safe and gentle on your system.
Q. How Is Regularity Rx – Daily Detox Different From Other Cleansing Products?
A. It’s a safe and natural product you take every day to keep you regular just as the name implies. It’s not a detox program that you follow for a week or two, you don’t have to change your eating habits and endure the agony of a strict diet or go on a fast. Just regular use of Regularity Rx – Daily Detox has superior cleaning ability – it thoroughly cleans the entire intestinal tract gently and naturally.
** Psyllium, and other fiber products are often very harsh and cause gas and bloating and simply push matter out through the center of a clogged colon. Regularity Rx – Daily Detox actually removes old, impacted fecal matter as it detoxifies and activates the entire colon. By thoroughly cleansing the entire intestinal tract, it allows room for normal bowel processes.
Q. What Is The Recommended Dose?
A. Regularity Rx – Daily Detox comes in a bottle of 180 capsules which is usually a two month’s supply. Most people find taking two in the morning and one at night is ideal. However, Regularity Rx – Daily Detox is “self-regulating” – you’ll know when you need more or if three per day is too much. Sometimes when your usual routine is disrupted, you’re traveling, you forget to take it, etc. you may find you need to take more to get back on track. Six per day would be the maximum but it’s pretty unusual to need that many.
**It’s important to take Regularity Rx – Daily Detox with 8 oz. of water**
Q. Can Anyone Take It?
A. Yes – it’s completely safe for anyone, even pregnant and nursing mothers.
Q. Will It Interfere With Any Medications?
A. No – none.
Q. Will I Have A Sense Of Urgency?
A. No – your natural urge will be restored and you will want to use the restroom but you will not have to hurry. Ignoring the urge to go is what got many people constipated in the first place so, pay attention to what your body is telling you.
Q. Are There Any Negative Side Effects?
A. Only benefits – no negative side effects.
Q. Is It Habit Forming?
A. Regularity Rx – Daily Detox is not a laxative that can result in dependency. Prolonged use of laxatives is dangerous and usually makes constipation worse than it was before you took the laxatives. Regularity Rx – Daily Detox is a nutritional supplement that has so many other benefits than healthy bowel function.
Q. Will Regularity Rx – Daily Detox Help Me Lose Weight?
A. Our bodies are designed to function properly and is always engaged in cleansing itself. Regularity Rx – Daily Detox is not meant as a weight-loss system but with improved bowel activity, most people shed unwanted pounds without even trying.
Q. Will I Be In A Better Mood And Have A More Positive Attitude?
A. Absolutely. Being constipated is not only extremely unhealthy but it also extremely uncomfortable. You are automatically in a better frame of mind when you are feeling good physically. You have more energy, feel happier and interaction with others is easier
Q. How Do I Order Regularity Rx – Daily Detox?
Visit the Regularity Rx – Daily Detox page to place an order for the product.
Robert Rudelic, B.S., N.M.T., M.E.S.
San Francisco, CA 94107
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This post was written by Sheryl Rudelic