Usually, the diagnosis of constipation implies either a rare (less than 3 times in 7 days) bowel emptying, or problems during defecation, in which less than 35 g of its contents per day are released from the intestine.
Many have come across the problem of going to the toilet “by and large”, but if this is an isolated case, then there is no need to worry, it is worse when the constipation worries a person constantly and becomes his norm. Most often this disease affects women, although men have not avoided such a fate. Mostly physicians diagnose patients with this problem, atonic constipation.
As already mentioned, women become victims of constipation more often than men. In women, the possibility of developing this disease is 3-4 times higher than that of the stronger sex. Why do women more often suffer from constipation?
If intestinal motility is impaired, then the formation and movement of stool may be wrong. This causes a weakening of the signal about the need for defecation and a mismatch of feces to the size of the large intestine. Why does man need fiber? And what are other safe ways to treat constipation?