What are your ports trying to tell you?

We do this every day (at best). However, despite the long-standing acquaintance, did you know that feces can teach us quite a bit about our health condition. Here are some important things to know, even if it is not always pleasant to talk about

There never seems to be a right time to talk about feces. But each one to himself, just before you lower the water, it is advisable to check what is going on there. Ultimately, our body speaks to us in many ways and often gives us important clues that we tend to ignore. Here are some of them in front of you.

  1. What is considered normal and normal feces?

    “Normal stool is one that comes out every day, once and even sometimes twice a day,” says Ziv Alkalay, a Chinese medicine therapist who specializes in treating children, women and the digestive system. “Its color should be light brown, and its texture is uniform, not too hard and not too soft, without lumps or undigested food in it. Also, one that does not need to wipe the toilet much after. Also, one that does not have a particularly pungent odor and to be honest, Almost odorless. ”

  2. Feces in black or red

    “Most often it is a stool that indicates a state of internal heat. Black or red spots indicate bleeding. Red spot – fresh bleeding, black spot – bleeding that has dried (as in hemorrhage, the blood that dries turns black). The bleeding dried quickly because the environment is hot or because the exits Abnormal because they stay in the body for a long time and become dehydrated.Diagnosis of this can be dysentery, hemorrhoids or rupture, there may also be vaginal bleeding, or anywhere in the gastrointestinal tract, it may also be inflammatory diseases like Crohn’s, colitis and there may be tumors. “Some people paint their stools black like iron, if you eat a lot of beets – the poop will be dark red. When there is black or red stools for a long time, you have to go and check.”

  3. Green stools

    “In the first period of infants’ life there is sometimes green stool and it does not indicate any problem, but later in life, green stool is no longer normal and indicates infection or inflammation.”

  4. Light brown stools

    “Normal stools should be dark brown in color. A light brown color will indicate a state of cold in the body, a condition in which the digestive system is tired and weak, and will usually also be accompanied by symptoms of fatigue and weakness, pallor and a feeling of cold.”

  5. Stools with mucus

    Stool with mucus, just like a runny nose that envelops it. “This indicates a condition of increased phlegm in the digestive system and in the whole body. This is an abnormal and weak digestion.”

  6. Stools with a particularly pungent and dominant odor

    Although poop always seems to us to stink, when it stinks especially, it is no longer normal. “This is a condition of heat and humidity or heat and toxicity – in Chinese medicine it is a condition of fermentation in the system or inflammation. A pungent odor indicates food that stays in the digestive tract for a long time, is just as lively as compost, has a multiplicity of negative bacteria, so the odor is pungent.”

  7. Stools with undigested food

    “When there is food that the teeth cannot grind and the digestive system is unable to break it down, it comes out completely in hard stools or soft stools. In a situation like this, we ate food that did not give us vitamins, minerals or amino acids, as it came in. A sign that their digestive system is not ripe to eat the food and it is recommended not to continue to give it to them, because they eat small amounts and it is desirable that they feed them. Weakness of the digestive system, or kidneys, and cold in the system, so there is no ability to digest. “

  8. Soft exit

    “Soft and scattered, non-crystalline excrement. Such feces will indicate great weakness in the digestion of food, in the digestive system and especially in the spleen, usually such an excretion will not have a pungent or unusual odor, indicating a situation where there is a tendency to internal cold and not heat.”

  9. Water exit

    “Liquid discharge, which if it persists indicates a pathological condition. When there is a soft discharge we will not go to the doctor but when there is an aqueous discharge the source of the problem may be a virus but can also be associated with celiac disease. .

  10. Sticky exit

    “There are sticky outlets, which are smeared on the toilet and stick to it, such as those that will not be flushed by Niagara water, we will have to scrub them both from the toilet and clean the toxin a lot. “Cholesterol, or a problem with the absorption of fats, may also be a condition of irritable bowel syndrome.”

  11. Dry exit

    These are called the Exodus from Egypt. “Because it’s dry it’s hard to get it out and it can hurt when you take it out. It can be made of one dry texture that can be seen as rolls of feces, or small balls, like goat’s feces. It’s a condition of dehydration and need to get more fluids Balance of the kidneys, which do not absorb the fluids well. “

  12. The connection between feces and character

    In traditional Chinese medicine, looking is not only at the symptoms but also at the connection to the patient’s emotional state, character and conduct. Digestive problems for example can indicate difficulty in emotional digestion, or excess of things that need to be digested in life, trauma, etc. “If for example the stool is very scattered, and not crystallized – we will ask to check if in life the person is scattered and not crystallized. If it is sticky and greasy – we will find out if he is heavy in nature and does not motivate himself in life. Chinese medicine has many solutions It is also expressed in the stool, it is important to be checked by the doctor, and to make sure that everything is fine. “

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