What Is The Right Position For Pooping / Defecation (passing stools):
Constipation is a very common condition that affects people of all ages. It means you are not passing stools (faeces) as often as you normally do, you have to strain more than usual or you are unable to completely empty your bowels. Constipation can also cause your stools to be unusually hard, lumpy, large or small. Constipation can be either acute or chronic and many people only experience constipation for a short period of time with no lasting effects on their health.
Medical studies showed siting in a right position during pooping can help to clear more faeces.
What can cause constipation?
There are many triggers that can cause the symptoms of constipation and they can include:
- Lack of fluids
- Slow Transit Colon
- Lack of exercise
- Some medicines, especially pain killers
- Some people with neurological problems such as Parkinson’s disease or Multiple Sclerosis are prone to constipation.
- Surgery around the anus can sometimes be a cause of constipation mainly due to pain when emptying the bowel afterwards.
- Conditions such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Colitis and Crohns Disease.
- Ignoring the urge to open the bowels
- There is a strong connection between emotional feelings and how the gut works. Feeling upset can make your bowel slow down or speed up.