How To Get Loose Motion Overnight?


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Matthew Crist answered
Often sufferers of constipation will take medicine or home remedies to try and get their bowels functioning overnight. Quite often it will be one extreme to the other and you may find yourself going from constipated to loose motion (diarrhoea) within hours or days.

Before taking prescribed or over the counter drugs, there are a number of changes you can make to your diet and lifestyle that may help you treat your constipation. Increasing your intake of fibre is a good way to help your bowels function at a better rate. You can increase your fibre intake by eating more fruit and vegetables or more oat and wheat bran. Lubricant laxatives, such as oil, can act as a temporary relief for constipation. The oil will coat the intestines and prevents the removal of water from the stool. This can help make softer stools. Exercise can help get your body active and trigger movements in your bowels. Brisk walks, runs and stretches will all contribute towards getting rid of your constipation.

There are a number of over-the-counter and prescription laxatives that can be used if changing your lifestyle and diet isn’t working. These laxatives are categorised depending on the way in which they affect your bowels. Saline laxatives contain non-absorbable ions that remain in the colon and draw water into the colon. This will soften the stools and reduce constipation. Stimulant laxatives encourage the small intestine and the colon to propel their contents more rapidly as well as soften the stool by increasing the amount of water. This increase in water is either done by reducing the absorption of water in the colon or by causing active secretion of the water in the small intestine.

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Anonymous answered

please tell me how i  get loss motion at home

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Carlos Marino answered

If it's really loose (especially if watery and frothy) see a paed soon and watch for signs of dehydration. You really shouldn't 'treat' diarrhoea except by controlling diet.

If it's just looser than usual but not watery it's probably a food allergy or intollerance. Too much dairy and/or too much wheat can cause loose stools. Certain fruits like apricots will cause it too.

Think if there's anything that he has been eating more of or if new in his diet since this began and that will give you some clues.
I suggest  you Natural home remedies through this you get more results about herbal remedies .

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