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Need To Poop But Got No Time? Here’s How To Do it Real Fast





Not all poops are created equal. There are times that it really slides out effortlessly as soon as you sit on your Iron Throne. Then there are those times that you have to practically simulate childbirth just to get it out of your ass.

Difficult pooping is not just hard on your anus, it can also have other unpleasant effects on your whole body. So here are some tips to get it done quicker and with less stress:

#1. You need to relax and take it easy…


So here’s what you need to do to have the smoothest and most relaxing time at the toilet bowl.

#2. Load up on fiber


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You need 25-30 grams of fiber daily, acccording to doctors from the University of California. This means eating lots of veggies and fruits that are rich in fiber.

#3. Squat when you poop


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We’re so used to pooping in a sitting position that it can get awkward when you try this one, but the trouble is so worth it. Squatting puts less pressure on the pelvic floor and makes the colon relax, making poop ejection much more comfortable.

#4. Drink coffee


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As most caffeine addicts can attest to, drinking coffee can make you feel like going to the bathroom to unload. It’s because caffeine can actually aid in bowel movement. Just make sure that you get lots of hydration. Which leads us to…

#5. Drink lots of water


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Drinking more water is the simplest way to combat constipation.

#6. Get a massage


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We’re not talking about your usual Swedish massage…we’re referring to pressing down your perineum, you know, the area between your anus and your genitals. Stimulating the perineum can make it easier for you to poop.

#7. Get some exercise


Physical activity is great for bowel movement. ‘Nuff said.

#8. Take probiotics


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Good bacteria can help your gut, which results to better bowel movement. You can get good bacteria from probiotics, which is present in yogurt and certain supplements.

#9. Make time for it


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Make room in your daily routine for some quality pooping time. Rushing can actually make it harder for you to defecate, so give yourself enough time to do Number 2.

#10. Have a stash of glycerin suppositories


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For those times that you just can’t go, you will need a little help. Glycerin suppositories draw water into your intestines and makes you poop within 15 minutes to an hour.

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