The same is eating 3 meals a day, why does someone only pull it once? And some people can pull several times? The worst thing is that there are people who seem to be "sealed" and cannot be summoned once in many days. It is too painful...So how many times a day is normal? What is the best time to poop?
How many times a day is considered normal?
★ Once a day, ideal
Pulling once a day is the most ideal state, but it does not mean that this is the most healthy. After all, everyone's physique, eating habits and living habits are different, and the number of bowel movements is different and normal.
★ 3 times a day or 3 times a week (ie once every 2 to 3 days), both are considered normal
Anorectal doctors believe that the frequency is not the most critical, the key is "quality." As long as there is no difficulty in defecation, obvious diarrhea, etc., defecation 3 times a day or once every 2 or 3 days is normal.
★ <3 times a week, be careful
If the number of bowel movements in a week is less than 3 times, then it can basically be diagnosed as obvious constipation, which needs attention.
What is the best time to poop?
★ Just be regular!
Some people like to squat in the morning, and some people like to squat before going to bed. As long as you develop a regular bowel habit every day, it is the best time to defecate. If things go on like this, a conditioned reflex will be formed. At a certain point, you will have defecation, and defecation will become a cyclical and natural thing that can be accomplished, rather than a burdensome thing. Moreover, when the frequency of bowel movements changes, you can quickly find out.
If you want to have a normal bowel movement, get rid of these 4 bad problems first!
1. Hold back and miss the bowel
Go in time if you have a bowel movement. When you are busy, wait and wait again and hold back. When you are free, you will never come back when you have a bowel movement, which may cause habitual constipation.
2. Not being specific when you poop
When squatting in a pit, cell phones, newspapers, and cigarettes are all poop disruptors, disrupting the defecation instructions issued by the brain to the sphincter. In addition, squatting in the toilet for too long will cause the sphincter to congestion, forming varicose veins, and inducing hemorrhoids.
3. Waiting for poop and waiting for "addiction"
Some people often spend more than ten minutes or even half an hour waiting for defecation, or waiting for the defecation to be over, and still squatting unconsciously. This is a very wrong approach. Each defecation time is limited to 10 minutes. Yes, if you haven't squatted out for more than 10 minutes, don't force it too much.
4. Only vegetarian
Dietary fiber is a "double-edged sword". Although vegetarian crude fiber is indeed conducive to the excretion of feces, but the premise is that the intestine must have a certain driving force, and this driving force mostly comes from the fat in the intestine (oil plays a role in the intestine). (Playing the role of "lubricant"), without it, there is no "oil or water" in the intestines, and the water of crude fiber food is absorbed by the intestines and all blocked in the intestines, which is more likely to cause constipation. Especially people with poor gastrointestinal function, only eating vegetarian food will cause irritation to the gastrointestinal tract.
Therefore, a reasonable diet, drink plenty of water, and exercise are the real good helpers for laxatives. You can also do active contraction of chrysanthemum every day, 20 to 30 times as a group, and 2 to 4 groups a day. Contraction of chrysanthemum can enhance the contractility of the anal sphincter and help defecation.