Chronic Constipation

Chronic constipation is a condition characterized by the difficult passage of hard stools, persisting for extended periods, potentially leading to severe health issues. Dr. Lajpatrai Mehra’s extensive research on numerous patients has revealed that chronic constipation is a fundamental factor in various neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Parkinson’s, and other prevalent illnesses today. Modern research aligns with this, confirming the significant impact of chronic constipation on overall health. One vital diagnostic tool utilized by LMNT Sanjeevani is the examination of undigested food in stools. This aligns with Ayurvedic principles, where stool appearance and frequency serve as indicators of gut health. Insights into gut motility, nutrient assimilation, and microbiota health can be gained through this method.

What causes constipation:

Dr. Mehra’s study has highlighted that undigested food in stools signifies poor protein digestion in the stomach, leading to amino acid deficiency. Amino acid deficiency, in turn, results in enzyme and hormone deficiencies, potentially leading to hypothyroidism due to amino acid-based hormones’ inadequacy. Hypothyroidism further exacerbates constipation.

Beyond this, chronic constipation often arises from incorrect dietary habits, particularly the inadequate intake of fiber and water. A diet comprising 60% raw foods, including fruits, vegetables, salad, and sprouts, acts as a natural intestinal cleanser, facilitating smoother defecation. Sedentary lifestyles and insufficient exercise contribute to poor blood circulation, stiffness, and irregular digestion, aggravating constipation. Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) also functions as a functional cause of chronic constipation.

Moreover, improper toilet training during childhood plays a role. The modern sitting position inhibits optimal bowel evacuation, while the natural squatting pose, as advocated in Yoga, straightens the anorectal angle, allowing complete evacuation. Stress, triggered by emotionally demanding situations, disrupts the body’s natural parasympathetic state necessary for effective digestion, leading to chronic constipation.

How LMNT Sanjeevani Helps:

LMNT Sanjeevani employs various techniques to address chronic constipation comprehensively:

Improved Blood Circulation:
LMNT Sanjeevani methods enhance the flow of oxygen-rich blood to the abdomen, supporting digestive function.

Vagus Nerve Stimulation:
By stimulating the Vagus nerve, LMNT Sanjeevani enhances the activity of digestive organs, promoting efficient digestion.

Regulation of Digestive Secretions:
LMNT Sanjeevani techniques help regulate the secretion of digestive juices and enzymes, essential for proper digestion.

Enhanced Intestinal Motility:
The Therapy works to improve intestinal motility, ensuring the timely movement of waste through the digestive tract.

Clearing Intestinal Blockages:
LMNT Sanjeevani methods clear toxic materials, opening blockages in the intestines, promoting unobstructed waste elimination.

Addressing Stenosis:
LMNT Sanjeevani addresses stenosis, a narrowing or constriction of the intestines, facilitating smoother passage of stool.

Stimulating Kidney Function:
The Therapy stimulates kidney function, aiding in the filtration of unwanted chemicals from the body.

Through these approaches, LMNT Sanjeevani aims to alleviate chronic constipation, addressing both its symptoms and underlying causes for holistic well-being.



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