Defecate several times a day is regarded as normal. A normal person has a healthy stool several times a day
4hw.org: eating and drinking Lhasa is the most basic behavior of our human beings, which is carried out every day. It is necessary to maintain our body's metabolism. However, many people have misunderstandings about the problem of Lhasa. Many people don't know that it's normal to row several times a day. Let's take a look at those things that are convenient!
Misunderstanding 1: Daily defecation is normal and the best. Gastroenterologists believe that if the stool is not too soft or too hard, it is normal for people to defecate from three times a day to three times a week. That is to say, regular defecation does not mean that you should defecate every day, but that you should keep a consistent habit all the time. Attention should be paid only when the frequency of defecation changes suddenly.
Myth 2: shit should stink. The smell of stool is not good, but it should not be rotten. If the odor of stool is extremely unpleasant, it may be a sign of infection, and if not controlled, it may develop into segmental enteritis, celiac disease or ulcerative colitis.
Giardiasis (a parasite infection) is the cause of stinking stool. If this happens frequently during defecation, you need to see a doctor. (this article is edited and collated by sihai.com, reprinted and noted with source, original link: http://www.4hw.com.cn/life/)
In addition, it's normal and healthy for people to fart all day because it's a natural by-product of intestinal bacteria digesting food. But, like stools, the persistent stench of farting can be a sign of some serious illness.
Myth 3: the colon needs to be rinsed well. In the long run, cleaning the colon is very harmful to health. It flushes out bad bacteria as well as good ones. What's worse, there are not too many bad bacteria in the colon.
There are nearly 1000 kinds of bacteria living in the colon, which help digestion in the final stage, including absorbing water, fermenting dietary fiber and absorbing vitamins, especially vitamin K, vitamin B1, B2, etc. During colon cleaning, these beneficial bacteria and electrolytes will be washed away at the same time. In addition, common side effects of colon cleansing include dehydration, rectal perforation, air embolism, blood infection, and loss of ability to control intestinal muscles.
Myth 4: taking more time to defecate is good for your health. Sitting on the toilet for a long time is not a good habit. First of all, if you sit on the toilet for too long, hemorrhoids will grow easily, which will cause anal relaxation. Then, if you repeatedly stimulate the tissues around the rectum that are helpful to control defecation, you will form an 'anal pad'. It will cause hemorrhoids or phlebitis in this area. A number of studies have also found that patients with hemorrhoids are more likely to stay on the toilet for a long time. The second is dirty. A large number of studies have shown that reading materials or using smart phones while going to the toilet can cause people to be contaminated by fecal bacteria. (this article is edited and collated by sihai.com, reprinted and noted with source, original link: http://www.4hw.com.cn/life/)
Myth 5: more defecation, more weight loss. This view seems to be consistent with the laws of Physics: more matter is expelled from the body, and the weight is naturally reduced. In fact, this is not the case. Many people drink laxatives or 'weight-loss tea', hoping to lose calories through defecation. However, heat absorption mainly occurs in the small intestine, and cathartic is aimed at the large intestine or colon.