Women's Health: The problem of constipation increases after delivery, know ways to avoid it...

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Natural Remedies for Postpartum Constipation: The problem of constipation in women mostly starts after pregnancy or delivery. This problem is considered to be a common problem after delivery in women. The problem of constipation that occurs after delivery is usually not serious, but sometimes it points toward other diseases. In fact, in the meantime, progesterone and estrogen hormones increase rapidly in the body, due to which the uterine lining is thick, due to which women have to face the problem of constipation. If this problem persists for a long time, then many problems like gas formation in the stomach, restlessness, vomiting, and abdominal pain have to be faced. There are many ways you can adopt to deal with the problem of constipation. Let us know some easy ways to avoid this.

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Drink plenty of water
According to Very Well Family.com, to avoid the problem of constipation, you should drink more and more water and stay hydrated. Set a rule to drink at least 8 to 10 glasses of water in a day and eat fiber-rich food, it can help in flushing out your stool.

Eat oats
Oats contain insoluble fiber which helps in increasing bowel movement in your body. By eating whole grains, brown rice, beans, and fresh fruits and vegetables, your digestive system works well, which makes you less prone to constipation.

Do light exercise
To correct the digestive system, you should walk for 30 minutes almost every day. To avoid this, you can do Pawan Muktasana, Marjari Asana, Uttanasana, and Trikonasana, but, if you have had a C-section, then you should consult a doctor before starting the exercise.

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Don't stop the pressure
When the stool is about to come out of your body, then it should not be stopped unnecessarily. By not allowing it to come out, it becomes hard by staying inside your body for a long time and after this, you have to face trouble while passing stool. Keeping the stool in the stomach for a long time also puts a burden on the stitches in the stomach due to the operation at the time of delivery.