Does Drinking A Glass Of Milk A Day Can Make A Bowel Movement Not Smooth?
I have a bowel problem but I drink a glass of milk every day is it true that milk can make the chapter not smooth but I have regular exercise every day How about this
Thank you for the question.
There is a lot of water in milk so that the bowel movement should be more smooth by consuming it. It's just that, in people who are sensitive, consumption of some dairy products can trigger digestive disorders, that is due to intolerance, malabsorption, or also allergic to its milk components. This condition can eventually cause you to be difficult CHAPTER.
However, not only because of the influence of milk, difficult bowel movements can also be caused by other factors, for example lack of drinking, eating less fibrous food, stress or excessive panic, obesity, habit of holding bowel movements, lack of exercise, other digestive disorders (such as infections, inflammation of the intestine, benign or malignant tumors), side effects of drugs, hormonal disorders, tumors that suppress the gastrointestinal tract, nerve disorders, and so on.
Need to be clarified, what exactly milk do you consume? How many times a week do you usually defecate? Do you also experience difficulty urinating, vomiting, hard stomach and pain, or other severe complaints?
If there are no other serious complaints that you experience, chances are that your condition can be treated first by:
Drink at least 2-3 liters of water a day, especially water. Don't like to hold back CHAPTER Eat lots of fruits, vegetables, whole grains Don't overeat instant foods and have preservatives Reduce consumption of milk and processed products first, fatty foods and high cholesterol Calm your mind Regular exercise every day Do not take any drugs or supplements without doctor's advice However, if your bowel movements occur less than 2 times a week or if you experience other complaints that are more severe as previously stated, you should go to see your doctor directly or doctor in the disease . Worried, indeed your complaint occurs related to an illness that requires further treatment so as not to lead to dangerous complications.
I hope this helps.