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I am 23 year old iam suffering from constipation for last 2 years please help me

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You need to drink minimum of 4-5 litres of water daily. Take fibre rich breakfast and have 10ml of flax seed oil after dinner to avoid constipation. Take cytofresh tablet daily after breakfast. Contact me to get detailed diet plan.
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1. Olive oil is a very good remedy for constipation. In the morning consume one tablespoon of olive oil with some lemon juice to lighten the flavor. 2. It works best empty stomach so try consuming it before eating anything. Another effective remedy of lemon juice with warm water can help you flush out toxins off your body. In fact one should drink it every day to keep everything normal inside. 3. To maintain peristaltic movements of intestines, which helps to expel waste material out of body, one should remain active, walk, do light exercises, yoga postures, lot of liquids, lot of fibers which are not absorbed in the body system upon ingestion but are expelled. Constipation will not stay. 4. Banyan tree leaves' decoction, terminalia arjuna bark decoction, myrobalans etc have their on effect on intestines and expel excreta. These may be used generally or planned according to different problems for best results. Some herbals have the capacity to curette (lekhan karya) the intestinal walls to expel sticky waste, which is not possible in modern drugs so far without surgical/mechanical invasion. Herbs do it without invasion. Effects may be slow but sure. 5. Similarly some classic ayurveda medicines are prescribed as per patients' history, present condition etc. For more rapid relief. No side effects. Totally safe.
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