There is good news for prolapse rectum sufferers. You can evade the condition via food! Your diet can categorically affect your prolapse.
- Diet contributes to abdominal fat: the more belly body fat you carry the greater the load on your pelvic floor.
- Diet affects bowel movements: constipation and diarrhoea can cause straining to empty and exacerbate prolapse complications.
- Diet can cause abdominal bloating, gas and IBS: abdominal bloating, flatulence and IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) can all cause discomposure and aggravate prolapse symptoms.
Diet and Abdominal Fat
Your belly fat isn’t the fat you feel at your midriff; rather it surrounds your stomach organs and sits straight above your pelvic floor. What supports the weight of your belly? Your pelvic floor! If your pelvic floor is in strain your prolapse will suffer too. This is why sidestepping redundant weight gain is important if you have got prolapse glitches and also after treatment.
Some Useful Tips
- Evade fad weight loss diets or merchandises (e.g. some diet shakes) that slow your bowel actions and cause constipation with prolapse
- Don’t skip meals. Eating kindles bowel movements
- Avoid artificial sweeteners with the prospective to cause flatulence and sway on your bowel movements
- Drink sufficient water and low energy fluid, your fluid consumption affects your bowel movements
- Avoid late night refreshments before going to bed as your metabolism slows when you sleep
- Write down what you eat and drink. You might be astonished at what you are consuming.
- Monitor your accompanying food intake as it is very easy to snack when cooking food for others