In this video we will show you how to clean the colon of old feces.
Have you ever heard of having old feces in your bowels? Have you ever had constipation? Is it a recurring problem in your life?
If you can’t go to the bathroom for two or more days, it can be very annoying, right?
According to experts, it’s perfectly normal to go to the toilet 2 to 3 times a day or even twice a week.
Someone who goes to the toilet more than once a day and someone who goes only twice a week can both be considered healthy and not constipated.
However, if constipation is accompanied by abdominal pain, bloating and gas, it could be diverticulitis. Have you ever heard of it?
In addition to a low-fiber diet, a sedentary lifestyle, obesity, smoking and being over 40 years old are other risk factors for developing this problem.
Some of the symptoms of diverticulitis include abdominal pain, tenderness, especially in the lower left abdomen, bloating, fever and chills, nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite and inadequate food intake.
Watch the video to learn how to prevent diverticulitis and cleanse your colon.
In severe cases, when diverticulitis develops into problems like peritonitis and infection, you may need antibiotics and sometimes surgery.
If you’ve tried all of the above and there’s still no improvement, you should see a doctor so they can diagnose the cause of your problem.
0:05 How long can you go without pooping
0:43 What’s diverticulitis?
0:56 How are diverticula formed?
1:21 Diverticulitis – causes and risk factors
1:31 Diverticulitis – symptoms
1:58 How to prevent diverticulitis
2:11 How to remove old feces in the intestine
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