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The Constipation Cure



Just mentioning the word constipation can make one uncomfortable, but if you suffer from constipation you actually know the unpleasant pain it causes. Constipation is medically defined as fewer than three bowel movements in a week. If you have less than one bowel movement in a week, this is categorized as severe constipation. The cause of constipation varies from person to person, with a wide range of causes. It can be the result of a diet low in fiber, a side effect of certain medications, or simply a habit developed over time to suppress the urge to go. Rarely constipation is the result of a disease or disorder, which means that there is a cure for the majority of those who suffer from this condition. If you chronically suffer from constipation, or if you experience it only a couple of times a month, it’s important to know smart, healthy solutions that provide relief for this problem.

  • Get going: When you get the urge to go, don’t ignore it! Suppressing the urge to go can have damaging effects, especially when it turns into a habit.
  • Fiber-rich foods: One of the quickest and most effective ways to treat constipation is by increasing your intake of food rich in fiber. The most effective way to do this is by increasing your intake of fruits and vegetables, with a minimum of five servings a day. Other sources of fiber include wheat, oat bran, and other whole grains. Different sources of fiber should be tried one at a time to find which type is most effective for you.
  • Limit constipation causing foods: Avoid foods high in fat and low in fiber because they can make constipation worse. If you suffer from constipation, consider eliminating or limiting your intake of cheese and other dairy products, processed foods, and meat, which are known for making constipation worse in certain individuals.
  • Daily 8: Make sure that you are drinking eight glasses of water a day.
  • Exercise: A large number of people who suffer from constipation do not exercise on a regular basis. Getting up and moving is important for overall health, and it will also stimulate your bowels to relieve constipation.
  • Laxatives: When used properly, laxatives can be a safe and efficient way to relieve occasional constipation. Regulate by Bell Vi contains a natural laxative, the Aloe ferox plant, that is only found in South Africa. Cape aloe ferox has been used for centuries, and the leaves are free range harvested with no chemicals, pesticides, herbicides, or fertilizers.  Cape aloe ferox is 22 times more powerful than aloe vera, and as the main ingredient in Regulate, it helps alleviate constipation naturally by hydrating the bowel and gently stimulating peristalsis.

When you’re constipated, it’s important to know your options for relief.  A basic dietary change, exercise, or drinking more water might be the key to comfort, but if you still find yourself suffering from constipation, consider Regulate by Bella ViRegulate provides effective relief from constipation, making it the simple cure you’ll always carry with you.