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Constipation occurs when the amount of water in the intestine is absorbed faster than usual. When the digestion of the small intestine is over, the remaining food reaches the colon (large intestine), the place where water and beneficial microelements are absorbed, until the formation of feces. Once water is absorbed, the waste solidifies and the colonic muscle contractions push the feces towards the rectum for evacuation. Exacerbated water absorption occurs when there is a disturbance of the colonic intestinal mucosa, caused by a beneficial bacterial imbalance which leads to decreased mucus, decreased peristalsis and motility and the absorption of a large amount of toxins due to prolonged stagnation of fecal meters in colon.


– Cramps or abdominal pain;

– bloating, abdominal distension;

– Changing habits regarding defecation;

– Fecal incontinence;

– Flatulence, gas or indigestion;

– Feeling of fullness;

– Leakage of liquid feces without sensation of defecation;

– Nausea or vomiting;

– Rectal pain or burning;

– Effort during intestinal transit;

– Decreased appetite;

– Stress or anxiety;

– Weakness;

– Unexplained weight loss;


Some of the causes of constipation include:

– Lack of regular fiber intake

– Poor hydration

– Administration of antacids, containing calcium or aluminum, iron or antidepressant therapies;

– Changes in diet or daily activities;

– Excessive consumption of dairy products;

– Poor nutrition, which does not include enough fiber;

– Lack of hydration;

– Lack of physical activity;

– Irritable bowel syndrome;

– Neurological diseases, such as Parkinson’s or multiple sclerosis;

– Excessive use of laxatives;

– Pregnancy;

– Hypothyroidism;

– Stress.

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