IF YOU EVER SIT ON THE TOILET FOR 15 MINUTES, THIS IS WHAT IT’S DOING TO YOUR BODY

For almost every one of us, the morning starts with some ‘us’ time at the loo. There isn’t something quite as the potty time. The time we a...

For almost every one of us, the morning starts with some ‘us’ time at the loo. There isn’t something quite as the potty time. The time we all spend in the toilet ranges from 5 minutes to 30 minutes and even more.
IF YOU EVER SIT ON THE TOILET FOR 15 MINUTES, THIS IS WHAT IT’S DOING TO YOUR BODY
Source: fitnessandhealthyworld.com

But, according to specialists sitting on your toilet seat for more than 15 minutes means you have some serious issues. I know most of you won’t take it seriously but if you are facing this, you’ll have to read further to know the causes and precautions to be taken.
Basically, our bodies perform peristalsis. Peristalsis consists of contractions that move things through our digestive tract until,  you know.If you end up holding the poop, it can cause reverse peristalsis, sending it back to the colon and allowing it to harden, making you constipated.
It could be as simple as stress, which can reduce peristalsis and slow the movement of your bowels,  so make sure you’re getting plenty of fiber, Aim for 38 grams per day.
If the urge to poop isn’t there, you might be tempted to push or strain to try to get the job done. And all that straining could lead to the development of hemorrhoids – bulging blood vessels around your anus that can become swollen and painful or even bleed.

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