This video provides essential advice for the best possible experience when trying to have a bowel movement. It outlines the benefits of keeping the knees higher than the hips, leaning forward, putting elbows on knees, bulging out the abdomen and straightening the spine, not rushing and resisting the urge to go. Additionally, it outlines preventative measures for avoiding constipation, such consuming fiber, exercising and staying hydrated. If constipation persists, it suggests taking immediate action.
- Doctor Islam, AKA the “Poop Guru”, explains what is considered normal bowel function and how to recognize constipation.
- He gives advice on the best position for pooping: keep knees higher than hips, lean forward with elbows on knees, bulge abdomen outwards and straighten spine.
- Bonus tips include not resisting or rushing urges to go; sitting in a rhythm every day; drinking coffee/tea in morning; staying hydrated & adding fiber.
Sit up straight, don’t slouch. Shoulders back. We all know what to do for good posture, but has anyone actually told you the right position to to take a poop? Ah, in today’s video we’re going to discuss a question I know you’re thinking about, but maybe too afraid to ask, what is the correct position to take that epic dump? Does it even matter or is there a position to ensure that everything comes out right?
Yes, I know that’s terrible. So we’ll talk about exactly what is normal bowel function. We’ll then discuss how do you even know if you’re constipated? Then we’ll talk about is there the best pooping position for constipation? And at the very end, I’m gonna give you bonus tips to help you have that epic dump. Guys, let’s talk about poop. Literally,
how do y’all Doctor Islam here, AKA your poop guru, trying to give you the best tips and tricks so you can live your best life from the top all the way down to the bottom. If you haven’t already, don’t forget to smash that like button so you get great videos like you’re learning in today’s video. Constipation is an excellent example of frustration when progress to the goal is actually blocked by something.
It’s such a literal pain in the bottom when you cannot use the restroom and when you can’t eliminate waste properly, it literally will back up your entire system. So first, how do we know what’s normal when it comes to pooping? So here’s exactly what I think of as the golden poo scenario. Number one, when you feel the urge to go, you actually use the restroom and as soon as you sit down,
things come on out. Number two, when you do poo, you go within a minute of going, you have no strain. It doesn’t hurt. It feels like a slide going down. Number three, you feel like you’ve completely emptied your bowels, meaning you don’t feel like something’s still in there. You don’t feel like something is not completely Guinea out.
You have complete relief of your bowel habits. You’d be surprised how many people actually don’t feel that and they don’t realize that they’re actually having a bowel troubles. Number four, when you use the restroom, you have what’s called the golden poo, the magic poo, the Willy Wonka of poos. It’s long, it’s straight, very little fluff, very little splash.
It goes down nice and poo. That is the golden poo. And that’s why we consider kind of a normal step whenever you’re having normal bowel habits. So if you’re having that, you, you’re good, man. Don’t sweat it. You are in, you are in heaven. It is all good. Your gut is happy. So how exactly do you know if you’re constipated?
Now, constipation is weather those conditions, which is so prevalent, but also there’s a lot of myths and things that are seen on the internet and Confusion out there when it comes to constipation, since as a constipation could be you’re having hard and lumpy stools in, which is very difficult to push or to get out. Number two, you may have that feeling of incomplete evacuation where you don’t feel like you’re emptying everything out or something is still with inside your bottom.
Hey, if you haven’t already, don’t forget to smash that like button. Comment down below. Number three, it hurts to use the restroom. You have pain whenever you have a bowel habit. Number four, you are pushing online like and nothing is coming out or just little turds are coming out. And number five, you’re having less than three bowel movements per week,
which means if you’re having four bowel movements or more per week, technically you’re not constant. And then lastly, you have a lot of discomfort when you don’t use the restroom, you have bloating pain, you just feel like you’re ah bad all over whenever you actually don’t have a bowel movement, this is when you know you are constipated. If you have any of these symptoms above,
and if you have this, this is the video for you, we’re going to go into the best position. Whatever you are trying to have a poo to make it optimal and better for you. Ah, you like that rhyme? I can do this all day y’all. Here’s what I want you to do. To have the best position to have you use the restroom.
Number one, keep your knees higher than your hips. In fact, it may be worthwhile to get a step, so a squatty potty to keep those knees higher above where it should be to allow gravity to occur. What happens when you do that is that there is an angle in your bottom where your rectum is at, that becomes more like a slide to allow things to pass through if you have your knees higher than your hips.
Number two, I want you to lean forward and put your elbows on your knees. Number three, I want you to bulge out your abdomen. And number four, I want you to straighten your spine. Now this may seem like a lot of work, but after time, this could be almost second nature. If you do this over time, this is the optimal way to have you have that epic dump.
Now I’m gonna give you some bonus tips on what I recommend and other things you can do to help make sure you have the best bowel movement ever. Number one, don’t resist the urge to go. If you feel the urge to poop, go, don’t wait, don’t delay. By delaying, you’re teaching your body, it’s okay to not have that bowel movement whenever you feel the urge to use the restroom.
Number two, don’t rush. It’s okay if you don’t use the restroom and you’re sitting there for a little bit. But number three, don’t sit there more than a minute or two. Don’t just sit there and wait, wait, wait. Your body is going to get used to that. It’s going to realize, all right, I can just chill and relax while this homeboy here just sitting on the pod doing nothing.
Number four, sit properly. Follow my instruction. Number five, sit your body in a rhythm. Your body thrives in the rhythm. Go to the bathroom every single day. At the same time, have this simulated rhythm where your body knows when it’s going to go. Add coffee or hot tea to your drinks. In the morning, you have what’s called the gastrocolic reflex.
This is the reflex that helps open up your bowels and wakes it up. So it’s something like eating. Drinking something like hot teas or a coffee will move things around to allow you to use the restroom easier and more frequently. Make sure you stay hydrated heavily. Two cups of water in the morning, one cup before each meal, and two cups before you go to bed.
Get moving. Exercise is fantastic for your gut and it’ll help out with constipation. And make sure you add more fiber. Have illium, add that to your food, add that to your drinks. Try something to get you more fiber to get you going and flowing. So here’s my call to action to you. If you’re having issues with constipation, assume the position and get ready to poo correctly.
Use my steps, use my recommendations to give you the optimal proof. My question is for you, have you tried these steps to help you have a more effective bowel habits? Are there other tips you’d recommend? Comment down below. I will love to hear which guys have to save. Wanna thank you for watching. Don’t forget to smash that like button,
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