8 Actions to Stay Away From Gastrointestinal Problems
Dec 20, 2023
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Gastrointestinal problems are problems that almost everyone faces. It doesn't seem to be a big problem, but it often makes people suffer. So is there any better way to relieve various gastrointestinal problems, such as constipation, diarrhea, bloating, indigestion and so on.
1.Constipation: Take a brisk walk
Constipation is a very common digestive tract problem. Generally speaking, regular aerobic exercise is a "special medicine" to relieve constipation, such as moderate-intensity brisk walking, cycling, swimming, jogging, etc. The process of aerobic exercise helps to stimulate the natural contraction of intestinal muscles and accelerate the excretion of feces.
2.Diarrhea: Pelvic Floor Exercises
Pelvic floor muscle exercises, also known as "Kegel exercises", can strengthen the pelvic floor muscles, prevent bladder and intestinal leakage, and help improve functional diarrhea and fecal incontinence. When urinating, do a sudden stop of urination. The muscle that feels hard is the pelvic floor muscle. Repeatedly "contract-relax-contract" is enough.
3.Bloating: Sit ups
Sit-ups are a simple and efficient way of exercising. It can not only shape hard and firm abdominal muscles and burn abdominal fat, but also help improve digestion, prevent and relieve gastrointestinal motility such as abdominal distension, full stomach, and constipation The problem.
4.Poor Appetite: Take a Deep Breath
Sit up straight, raise your hands at shoulder level, and use the strength of the upper abdominal muscles to perform slow, deep breathing exercises. This action can promote blood circulation in the stomach, regulate the function of the spleen and stomach, help improve appetite, promote digestion and absorption, and relieve indigestion, stomach pain and other discomforts caused by emotional factors such as mental stress.
5.Stomach pain: Elevate feet
This exercise lifts the diaphragm and reduces pressure on the stomach and liver, which can relieve stomach cramps, upper abdominal pain, and more. Here's how to do it: Lie flat on your back on a mat or bed with your knees slightly bent. With the hips as the fulcrum, the upper body and feet are lifted off the ground at the same time, so that the body forms a "V" shape. Hold this position still and take 5-7 deep breaths.
6.Liver Discomfort: Body Curved Sideways
This method helps to enhance the strength of the lower back, improve blood supply to the liver area, and regulate liver discomfort. Specific method: stand with your feet apart on the ground, bend your body sideways, stretch your right hand down, lift your left hand to the ceiling, separate your five fingers, and keep your eyes on your left hand; then do the same action on the other side of your body.
7.Indigestion: hug your legs forward
Put your feet together, stand on the ground, bend your upper body forward as far as possible, stretch your hands down on your calves or hug your calves, and hold for 10-15 seconds. This action can make the viscera undergo a large "turnover", which is equivalent to a "massage" for the digestive organs, and can regulate functional symptoms such as indigestion, acid reflux, and belching.
8.Chronic Inflammation: Twisting the Legs
Lie flat on the ground, stretch your arms sideways, twist and swing your legs and lower body left and right, repeat about 20 times. This exercise helps to promote blood flow to the areas where the digestive organs are distributed, which is very helpful for reducing flatulence, pain and chronic inflammation of the digestive tract.
Sitting too long after meals is also a culprit in many gastrointestinal problems. BP Smartwatch can carry out sedentary reminders and exercise monitoring, so that you can gradually stay away from these nasty gastrointestinal problems.