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Question: I'm suffering from constipation.... How to get rid from it?
Answer: Hello dear..
To reduce constipation,follow these remedies it might be helpful for you...
Include fiber rich foods like oats, cereals, millets..
Have more fruits and vegetables in your diet
Start your day with soaked dry fruits
Drink 2-3 litre of water daily
Have guava with breakfast will help a lot
You can also have banana smoothie, fig smoothie effective for constipation
Question: My newly born baby is suffering from constipation from last two days.. How to get rid of this
Answer: Newborn digestive system is very sensitive as it is still in developing stage. That's why it's common for them to have gas, constipation, stomach reflux etc.
When baby’s body is low on water then also constipation can occur or if there is any change in mother’s diet.
Make sure you are feeding your baby at every two hours. Whenever you feed your baby drunk a glass of water, this will keep you hydrated and in turn baby will be hydrated.
Include more of leafy vegetables and fibres in your diet. Eat food which is easy to digest. Avoid taking complex food as it might take long for then to be digested and can disturb your baby’s digestive system as well.
Don't feed baby anything other than bm/fm.
You can apply heeng water around her navel.
Massage her minimum twice a day. Around her navel make circles first anticlockwise then clockwise while pressing gently.
Give your baby tummy time (make her lie on her stomach), for 10-15mins in a day this will strengthen the muscles around her abdomen thus improving her digestive system.
Avoid giving any over the counter medicine or gripe water to your baby.
Question: I am suffering from constipation from last two days .how to get rid of it ?
Answer: Hello dear
One reason for constipation during pregnancy is an increase in the hormone progesterone. Iron supplements, especially in high doses, can make constipation worse.
Remedies for constipation :
1. You should drink at least eight 12-ounce glasses of water a day. This will help keep your bowels soft and moving smoothly through your digestive tract.
2. Try breaking up your daily food intake into five or six smaller meals to help with constipation relief