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Tuesday, December 15, 2009

NEW MEGA SERIES: HUMAN DISEASES, REDEFINED



© 2008/2009: Dr. V.M.Palaniappan.


23. Constipation
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There are two types in this:
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(1) the acute constipation, and
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(2) the chronic constipation.
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A large number of modern day health advocates believe that it is not a necessity to defecate daily. Whereas, the truth appears to be different.

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I have found that a daily defecation, that too, in the mornings on waking up from bed, is a must for all the people. A second time, if an urge occurs, one could defecate again.
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The shape and texture of the faecal matter is of great importance.
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It should have a cylindrical shape, and just moist with a smooth surface.
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It would be better if it is a continuous structure, and should ‘slide’ out of the rectum at ease on its own, without the exertion of any pushing effort.
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It should not emit excessive foul odour. The colour should be yellowish to brown, and not black.
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After defecation, the anus should not have any sticky adhering remnants. On flushing, the toilet also should not have any sticky remains at its surfaces. At the end of the job, a feeling of comfortable abdominal emptiness should be felt.
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If flatulence occurs, it tends to get released with a big noise, but should not be odorous.
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A daily defecation of the above kind should be considered ideal for a perfectly healthy person, eating a correct type of food.
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If a person does not defecate at least once daily, and if it happens once in two, three or more number of days, then it is called an acute constipation.
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When this occurs, defecation becomes difficult. The person has to push hard to get rid of it. The faecal matter would be dry and cylindrical with cracks.
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If defecation occurs on alternate days, the colour could be dark brown. If the intervals happen to be prolonged, then it would become blackish.
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The faecal matter of a person defecating once in seven to ten days would take up the shape of pellets, similar to the droppings of a goat or sheep. In such cases, the dried pellets (i.e., faeces) may not contain much smell.
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In severe cases of acute constipation, owing to the scratches made by the forced movement of the dry faecal matter on the wall of the rectum, some fresh blood may ooze out and stain the faeces.
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At times, even the anus may get ruptured due to the forced evacuation. If this happens, then the person tends to develop extremely uncomfortable piles either at the rectum or in the anus, or both.
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If a person defecates twice or more number of times a day, up to even 8 times daily, a faecal matter that is slimy, or more ‘watery’, without any shape, that ‘pours’ out of the anus, and gathers at the toilet bowl amorphously, then it is called chronic constipation.
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In this case, the faecal matter will emit strong foul odour, and the colour could be yellowish.
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Towards the end, some slimy faecal matter would stay adhering to the anus.
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After the job, the person would not derive a sense of good clearance. Instead of it, he would feel that there is something still left within his ‘stomach’.
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A person suffering from chronic constipation would keep releasing flatulence almost non-stop through the day. Such a gas would contain in it unbearable and much repulsive bad odour. He/she would also develop milder forms of piles.
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Such a chronic constipation appears to be the result of eating ‘bad’ food, not suitable for regular consumption. This would include finely ground and refined flours.
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Eating fruits such as papaya and other fruits that are over-ripe would also give rise to this kind chronic constipation.
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Most of the bakery products* also tend to contribute to this kind of toileting problem.
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(* Bakery products such as cakes and pastries are not tropical food items. We have adopted them from the temperate countries. Most of the tropical foods, whatever ethnic group they may belong, tend to give rise to perfect defecation, most of the time.)
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People suffering from this kind of constipation often suffer from indigestion and gastritis as well.
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If a person is going to have chronic constipation for prolonged periods, then, the diabetic trend in him, his blood pressure, the cholesterol content in his blood, bad breath, rectal/anal itch, etc. will increase.
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He/she develops a sense of fullness at his/her stomach and loss of appetite all the time. If the situation continues for years, he/she develops colo-rectal cancer.
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Treatment for both kinds of constipations should begin with the cleansing of the intestine using some strong herbal laxatives, preferably of Siddha, Ayurvedic, Unani, or Sin Seh origin.
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From then on, one should eat only ‘good food’, avoiding refined items, and drink enough water for improving the digestion. A “Good Toileting Habit” (Palaniappan, 1998) should be followed. Such a practise would promote effortless and ‘automatic’ defecation in the mornings daily and ‘for ever’. This would ensure the upkeep of good health.
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See Bad Breath, Pimples, Epilepsy, Eclampsia, Diabetes Mellitus, Piles, Cholestremia, and Flatulence.
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