Problems in gastrointestinal system are a common phenomenon in humans, among these problems haemorrhoids and constipation. The latter is due to slow bowel movement that results in bloating. This is caused due to lack of exercise and generally low physical activity, stress, medication and lack of natural fibres.
How to treat constipation
- Consuming food rich in natural fibres
- Consuming fluids (approximately 8-10 glasses of water)
- Reduced consummation of processed food
- Consuming breakfast along with warm beverages
- Following a diet plan
- Daily exercise
Haemorrhoids are small blood vessels, veins and arteries which transport blood in the colon area. The problem arises when haemorrhoids are swollen.
Many factors are responsible for the appearance of haemorrhoids and constipation is one of them. Other factors are pregnancy, age and genetics. The symptoms are pain, haemorrhage, swelling and irritation.
Consuming daily spiroulina PLATENSIS which is enriched in natural fibres can be the natural solution from the pain caused by constipation.
Furthermore, it helps in the normal function of the intestine as it has been proven that consuming regularly spirulina reduces bacteria growth as E.coli while it protects the intestinal flora.
Lastly, there are findings that support that spirulina helps treating haemorrhoids.
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