Facing Constipation problem… Here is Ayurveda to the Rescue Ayurveda focuses proper movement and flow throughout all channels of the body. For keeping digestive system healthy regular movement of bowel is essential. Healthy elimination involves absorbing water and glucose, stool formation, elimination of solid waste and clearance of heavy metals & toxins from body.
Abdominal Pain is the pain which feel below the ribs and above the pelvis. It can be due to changes occur within the Abdominal Organs or organs adjacent to abdomen. It can be due to Inflammation, Distention of Organs, Constipation or due to Gastric Refluxes. Abdominal pain can be achy, dull, intermittent or sharp. Abdominal
Abdominal Pain and Stomach Pain may be associated with series of problems. Most of them easily diagnose easily through symptoms but some problems need proper diagnostic. Pain in lower abdominal or stomach pain is common symptom of disturbance in both men and women. There might be plethora of suspected sources causing stomach pain, out of
Constipation is a Common Symptom in Children due to which they feel difficulty in passing faeces or unusually dry stool. Constipation is an irregular and infrequent or difficult evacuation of the bowel. It can be due to muscle contraction and any disturbance in metabolic system. As most of the water is absorbed in the colon
According to Ayurveda, Constipation is due to imbalance of Vata Dosha which is cold and dry in nature. Due to which bowel movement through intestine become difficult as most of the water get absorbed in intestine. In constipation, stools are generally hard, small in size and painful while evacuation. Most of the drugs used to
Chronic Constipation varies among different people. For some people, chronic constipation means infrequent bowel movements for weeks at a time. To others, Chronic Constipation means straining or having difficulty passing stools. According to Ayurveda, Human body is build up with five elements (Water, Air, Fire, Earth and Space) which contribute to form three Doshas. These Dosha are
Constipation is defined as having a bowel movement less than a three times per week. During Constipation stools are generally hard, small in size and dry. Some people who are constipated find it painful to have a bowel movement and often experience bloating, straining, and the sensation of a full bowel movement. Most of the