Causes Of Prostrate Constipation
- Constipation causes the colon to swell and inflame. This in turn pushes against the prostrate which is in close proximity.
- Usually there is ample space between the large intestine and the prostrate. When the prostrate is already oversized and stool is built up in the colon and rectum, pain and pressure is bound to occur.
- Constipation spreads toxins to the prostrate from old stool decaying in the bowel over extended periods.
Symptoms And Treatment Of Prostate Constipation
- The prostrate is situated around the bladder.
- Urges to void frequently, and not emptying the bladder completely, are common symptoms of prostrate constipation.
- A high fiber diet rich in fruits, vegetables, and whole grains, can solve constipation problems. Avoid red meat if possible. Vegetarians rarely have problems with blocked bowels.
- As treatments of prostrate constipation, don’t hold off on going to the bathroom when you feel the urge to defecate and give adequate time for complete evacuation of the bowels.
- Add some psyllium to cereal or juice to help with hard stools. Continued straining can cause painful hemorrhoids.
- Drink lots of water daily.
Natural Cures For Constipation
- Avoid processed foods, cheese, and dairy products. These foods stay in the bowel too long causing bacteria build up and constipation issues.
- Eat apples regularly. The pectin helps in with getting the bowels moving.
- Water colonic, or forcefully irrigating the bowel helps give the bowels a thorough cleansing.
- Natural oatmeal and whole wheat will prevent constipation if ingested regularly.
- Cut out white flour products altogether.
- Exercise daily to assist the bowels in natural and daily evacuation. Immobility and sedentary lifestyles slows down peristalsis, or movement of food through the intestines.