Allah Allah (Nasyid) ~ Yemeni

Zikir lazim – Hijjaz

Mawla ya Sâli wa Salim da îman Abadda ‘ala Siydina Muhammad ~ Ahbab al Mustafa

Bismikallah (Zikir) – Hijjaz

Zikir Munajat – Hijjaz

Part 1

Part 2

Senaman mengurangkan sembelit

Bagi orang yang selalu mengalami sembelit, senaman tertentu atau senaman biasa seperti berjalan, jogging, berenang, dsb boleh mengurangkan sembelit kerana dengan bersenam boleh meregangkan otot-otot tertentu yang membantu merangsang pengecutan otot di dalam usus. Ini dapat mengurangkan masa pergerakan bahan buangan di dalam usus atau kolon dan secara tidak langsung boleh mengurangkan kadar penyerapan air di dinding usus besar, jadi bahan buangan masih berair/lembik dan tidak menjadi begitu keras yang boleh menyebabkan sembelit.

Namun begitu, cycling/menunggang basikal tidak berapa sesuai untuk orang yang selalu mengalami sembelit kerana ia akan menyebabkan otot rektum kurang berfungsi dan agak tertekan.

Exercise to Ease Constipation

If your bowel habits are sluggish and you suffer constipation, maybe some exercise can help speed things up. According to experts, exercise does more than tone your heart and muscles. Exercise is essential for regular bowel movements. In fact, one of the key risk factors for constipation is inactivity or a lack of exercise.

How can exercise remedy constipation?

Exercise helps constipation by decreasing the time it takes food to move through the large intestine, thus limiting the amount of water absorbed from the stool into your body. Hard, dry stools are harder to pass. In addition, aerobic exercise accelerates your breathing and heart rate. This helps to stimulate the natural contraction of intestinal muscles. Intestinal muscles that contract efficiently help move stools out quickly.

When is the best time to exercise?

Wait an hour after a big meal before engaging in any rigorous physical activity. After eating, blood flow increases to the stomach and intestines to help the body digest the food. However, if you exercise right after eating, the blood flows toward the heart and muscles instead. Since the strength of the gut’s muscle contractions directly relate to the quantity of blood flowing in the area, less blood in the GI tract means weaker intestinal contractions, fewer digestive enzymes, and the food waste moving sluggishly through the intestine. This can lead to bloating, excess gas, and constipation. So after a great meal, give your body a chance to digest it before you start on that nature hike.

What are the best exercises for constipation?

Simply getting up and moving can help constipation. A regular walking regimen — even 10 to 15 minutes several times a day — can help your body and your digestive system function optimally. If you are already fit, you might opt for aerobic exercise: running, jogging, swimming, or swing dancing. All these exercises can help keep your digestive tract healthy. Stretching can also help alleviate constipation, as can certain yoga positions.

Source

Keagungan Tuhan – D’lloyd

%d bloggers like this: