Tuesday, November 06, 2012
Your Stools are your warning lights and sounds for Better Health!
Question #1: How long does it take you to have a bowel movement? Less than 60 seconds or More than two minutes
Answer: Healthy bowel movements happen within 60 seconds of sitting on the toilet. The stool should easily come out without straining, grunting or any discomfort. It should have the consistency of toothpaste.
If you have time to read a newspaper while sitting on the toilet, you probably have a problem with constipation or poor bowel health.
Question #2: What is the shape of your stools? Long like a banana round, hard pellets thin, pencil-shaped.
Answer: Healthy stool averages about four to six inches long and are shaped like a banana or a torpedo.
Very narrow, pencil-shaped stool is a sign your colon walls are impacted or you have polyps or growths on the inside of your colon or rectum. This causes the stool to squeeze to get through. Stress can also create narrow stool.
Hard, round or pellet-shaped stool is a possible sign of poor liver function, lack of exercise, dehydration or constipation.
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