As a continuation to part one, let us discuss here some of the most important aspects that need to be considered in order for you to live a healthier life. Boost up your immune system, and have a perfectly well working digestive system. You will need to bring a few small sacrifices, but you will definitely be satisfied with the results. Just as with everything else, in order to relieve constipation symptoms and the condition itself, you will need some patience. Start by introducing physical exercise in your schedule. Hundreds of researches have pointed out the fact that people who avoid sedentary life by making physical exercise will be radiant, their immune system will be much stronger, and they will not struggle with constipation as a health condition.
If exercise is not enough, you can also consider prescription Hyperosmolar laxatives. These are generally used as long-term treatment of constipation, but they may have irritating side effects such as excessive flatulence. You will generally notice quickly if these types of laxatives are benefic to you or not. Dosage must be limited if other side effects occur. Saline laxatives are an alternative, and these comprise laxatives that have ions as the main substance (magnesium hydroxide or sodium phosphate). These types of laxatives usually represent a danger for individuals with kidney complications, so they must be avoided by them. They are appropriate only for short-term treatment of constipation, as diarrhea may occur which may lead to severe dehydration.
Finally, the stimulant type of laxatives can also help you with your bowel movement. These generally contain aloe Vera oils, castor oil or Senna. You can consider all of the mentioned substances as adjuvant treatments; however, you always must consult with your physician in order to make sure you will receive proper treatment that is tailored to your personal physical needs.