Eat a high-fiber diet: Foods such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and beans can help improve bowel movements.
Drink plenty of fluids: Staying hydrated can help soften your stool and make it easier to pass.
Exercise regularly: Regular physical activity can help improve bowel movements.
Try over-the-counter remedies: Products such as fiber supplements and stool softeners can help alleviate constipation.
Avoid straining: Straining during bowel movements can make constipation worse.
Talk to your doctor: If you are experiencing persistent or severe constipation, be sure to talk to your doctor. They can provide additional advice and treatment as needed.
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