How to stop constipation?
According to the Cleveland Clinic, more than 2 ½ million patients visit their doctor each year due to constipation, and many more likely suffer from constipation but do not seek medical attention. Constipation is defined as having fewer than three bowel movements per week. So what can we doo when our buttholes won’t poo?
One study found that defecating in the “Thinker” position, with the upper body bent forward and elbows on knees was the best position for constipated patients to finally have a successful bowel movement.
Physiologically speaking, the correct position to poop is squatting because the flexion within our hips allows our rectoanal canal to straighten. You should also consider resting your elbows on your knees to achieve the “Thinker” position, which has been found to relieve constipation
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