These living habits can improve the slow gastrointestinal motility

Slow gastrointestinal peristalsis means that the digestive capacity and excretory capacity will become weak, which will lead to stomach pain, diarrhea and constipation. However, the symptoms of slow gastrointestinal peristalsis are not obvious. Therefore, although many people have diarrhea and other symptoms, they are not sure what is caused by slow gastrointestinal peristalsis. So, what are the symptoms of slow gastrointestinal peristalsis? How should it be alleviated and conditioned?

Symptoms of slow gastrointestinal peristalsis include regular stomach distension, stomach pain, stomach acid, continuous diarrhea, or long-term constipation. In addition, long-term slow gastrointestinal peristalsis will cause halitosis, and you will often feel nausea, vomiting, acid reflux in your stomach, and loss of appetite. If you have these or some of the above symptoms in your daily life, it may be that your intestines and stomach move slowly. You can try to regulate them in these ways:

Get up early to drink water: drink a cup of warm boiled water after getting up every morning, or add a small amount of salt to the slightly salty boiled water, which can increase the water in the digestive tract and facilitate defecation.

Eat more vegetables and fruits: eat more vegetables (leeks, celery, spinach, etc.) and fresh fruits containing cellulose, drink water or honey water in moderation, jujubes, sesame seeds, walnuts, etc., which also have the effect of moistening the lungs and relieving constipation.

Chew and swallow slowly: chew and swallow slowly when eating, so that the intestines and stomach can digest food more easily and fully.

Proper exercise: adhering to exercise can improve gastrointestinal peristalsis, improve the muscle strength of abdominal and perineal muscles, and help improve slow gastrointestinal peristalsis.

Defecate on time: develop the habit of defecating on time, defecate on time every morning or after breakfast or before going to bed, and go to the toilet on time regardless of whether you feel like defecating or not. As long as you persist for a long time, you will develop the habit of defecating on time.

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