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Why Do I Poop So Much?


Why Do I Poop So Much?

Why do I poop so much? What causes that uneasy feeling when I'm not able to stop the inevitable? What are the causes of a backed up colon? These are among the many questions I get asked by people who are concerned about what they might be dealing with, and are looking for answers.

So what exactly causes a backed up colon? There are many contributing factors to it, and not all are easy to pin down. Some folks theorize that it is caused by poor diet choices such as eating too much fast food or processed foods, or not enough fruits and vegetables. Others say that it can be caused by a buildup of toxins, or even parasites in the intestines.


One thing we can all agree on though, is that it IS caused by a buildup of waste. So what can we do about this? There are several methods for preventing constipation. For example, some folks have found relief by drinking teas with digestive aid properties, or using laxatives in combination with drinking water. But if you want to try one of these more invasive means of treatment, there are a few other considerations to make.

Why don't I poop on a regular basis? If your bowels are regularly backed up and causing you to experience problems with constipation, then treatment is necessary. This can usually be achieved by dieting and by increasing your daily consumption of fiber. Fiber can be added to your diet by adding foods such as fresh fruit and fresh vegetables to your usual diet, or by consuming products like psyllium fiber powder. You can also take flax seed oil or coconut oil supplements, or drink aloe vera juice every day. These are just a few examples of what you can do to start getting your bowels moving again.

Why do I poop so much on an irregular basis? Sometimes, constipation is caused by an obstruction in your intestines. When this happens, the stool can get caught up in the trap that forms, and it can take a while for it to go out. When this occurs, your body is in a constant state of attempting to expel the stool, and the resulting stool is often very dry, difficult to eliminate, and has the tendency to form a crust in the bottom of the bowel.


Can I prevent this from happening? Yes, you can! Preventing constipation starts with your diet. By eating plenty of fiber-rich foods and avoiding foods which are hard to digest, you can keep yourself from getting an obstruction. In addition, there are a variety of stool softeners on the market that can help you treat and prevent the problem. If you feel that your stool is overly hard and dry, or if it's becoming more frequent than normal, then you may need to consult with your doctor before trying any sort of treatment.