I suffer daily from Headache. I exactly don't know it is migraine or something else. Actually I am also having constipation problem. I am trying my best to resolve constipation problem. But unable to resolve. Please give me suggestions. Thanks and regards, Quamar.
Your headache could be any one of many, many things. The constipation may or may not be related. That is all anyone can tell you via the Internet. It is impossible to even give you much in the way of reasonable suggestions with so little information.
Are you taking pain killers or other medications frequently to try to stop the headache? If so, be aware that taking these medications more than two or three days a week can make matters worse by causing headaches called medication overuse headaches or rebound. Some pain medications, especially those containing codeine can be constipating.
Please see your doctor for diagnosis and treatment.
The foods you eat may cause, worsen, or relieve constipation .
Normal poop (stool) patterns are different for everyone. Some people may have a bowel movement more than once a day while others may have one every 2 to 3 days. Normal stools should not be painful or difficult to pass.
Constipation is defined as bowel movements that are infrequent, hard or difficult to pass. Constipation may be a chronic (long-term) problem or occur occasionally. It may result from medications, a medical condition, not enough activity, or a diet too low in fiber or fluid.
Americans are notorious for spending outrageous amounts on laxatives and other remedies in their battle against chronic constipation. Product producers estimated that at least $725 million is expended yearly on the problem that plagues so many people. Women are two to three times more likely than men to encounter more problems with constipation because we have a slower transit time through our digestive system. Our intestinal tract is also longer. And there seems to be a hormonal correlation because women who are pregnant or post-menopausal report more problems than others. Apparently, estrogen helps with regulation, but this is not scientifically verified. Regardless of what's been tried, the most effective answers lie in behavioral strategies - activity and foods. Let's just review the foods that work and the ones that remain largely unproven.
The most important answer is to build a higher percentage of one's daily intake of food from plant foods...
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