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Natural Constipation Relief Doesn't Mean You Need To "Go Tribal"
Many of us are already well aware of the benefits associated with natural constipation relief. While millions use laxatives for short term constipation problems, there have been a large number of problems associated with their use, including:
. Addiction-Many laxatives are made using stimulants which have proven to be habit forming in study after study. Anorexia and bulimia are eating disorders where laxative abuse is common.
. Dehydration-The use of laxatives over long periods of time can literally lead to a cycle of constipation where the remedy begins to cause the very condition for which it was originally taken to relieve. Anything that causes dehydration increases chances for constipation problems.
. Loss of concentration
. Insomnia/Sleep problems
Rather than risk these potential side effects using laxatives as the first choice for constipation relief, many people are choosing to choose a more holistic approach. The natural constipation relief route is preferred by people as a more wholesome, and gentler approach to resolving problems with irregularity. Some typical ingredients found in many "all-natural constipation" products include:
. Ginger Root
. Cape Aloe Leaf
. Cascara Sagrada
. Barberry Root Bark
. Turkey Rhubarb Root
. Psyllium Seed
Each and every one of these substances are found in all-natural constipation products and have properties that aid in the relief of symptoms. Cape aloe leaf does not actually help with bowel movements but it does alleviate problems with intestinal infections and help sooth an upset stomach.
Barberry root bark is another common ingredient in natural constipation products because it helps stimulate the immune system and kill harmful parasites that may cling to the walls of your colon or intestines.
Some of these ingredients do indeed act like natural laxatives and stimulate the muscles in the colon to push stool and other waste out of the body.
However, none of the ingredients listed above will actually cleanse the bowels of the compacted and dried waste that has gathered in layers along the walls of your entire gastrointestinal tract over the years.
However, you really don't need to "go tribal" and use any of these exotic herbal ingredients so long as you eat a diet that is rich in fiber and antioxidants. Fiber helps add bulk to your stool and is known to ensure regularity. If getting dietary through your normal dietary habits is not possible, at least use a fiber supplement because it is vital to the entire digestive process and will help naturally prevent constipation problems.
Antioxidants are also beneficial for you because they help remove toxins from your body while also helping to cleanse the gastrointestinal tract.
Even with a constipation diet rich in dietary fiber and filled with antioxidants, you may still run into constipation problems due to fecal impactions which are blockages generally caused by the build-up of waste in the colon. For that, you need a colon cleanser so that the colon and intestines can be cleansed of all the waste and toxins that have accumulated. A colon cleanser can be an all natural constipation remedy and prevention product-all in one. Be sure to avoid any bowel cleansing product made from chemicals because it might cause side effects such as dehydration-a big cause of constipation problems.