Constipation and Bradycardia
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Constipation is most often defined as having a bowel movement less than 3 times per week. It is often associated with hard stools or problems passing stools. You may have pain while passing stools or may be unable to have a bowel movement after straining or pushing.

Normal bowel movements are different for each person. Some people do not have a bowel movement every day. Also, some healthy people always have very soft stools. Other have firm stools, but are able to pass them without problems. When you do not have frequent bowel movements, or it takes a lot of effort to pass stool, you have constipation. Passing large, wide, or hard stools may tear the anus, especially in children. This can cause bleeding and may lead to an anal fissure.

Constipation is most often caused by:
-- Low-fiber diet
-- Lack of physical activity
-- Not drinking enough water
-- Delay in going to the bathroom when you have the urge to move your bowels

Home Care
Lifestyle changes can help you avoid constipation. These changes can also be used to treat it. Things you can do include:
-- Drink plenty of fluids each day (drink at least 8 glasses of water every day).
-- Eat a lot of high fiber-foods.
-- Exercise regularly.
-- Use the toilet when you feel the urge. Do not wait.

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