About 14% of people suffer from chronic constipation at some point.
Symptoms include bowel movements less than three times a week, straining, lumpy or hard stools, a feeling of incomplete evacuation, a feeling of constipation, or an inability to have a bowel movement.
The type and severity of symptoms can vary from person to person. Some people experience constipation infrequently, while for others it’s chronic.
Constipation can have many causes, but it’s often the result of food moving slowly through the digestive system.
This can be due to dehydration, poor diet, medications, diseases that affect the nervous system, or psychological disorders.
Fortunately, certain foods can help relieve constipation by softening stools, shortening intestinal transit time and increasing stool frequency.
Here are the best fruits that can help with constipation and regulate your bowel movements.
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