There are at least five distressing conditions that can affect your back pain due to bowel movements.
1. Most people suffer from chronic dehydration, which usually causes constipation. Other causes that can cause constipation include the medications you take and the foods you eat. With constipation, you go through the day with more pressure on your bowels. And every time your large intestine is full of waste, it will be tough and tough. Because your gut is close to your spine and spinal muscles, mobility becomes an issue, not to mention more pain.
2. Constipation causes stress. If your stomach is dry, hard, and difficult to eliminate, you will have to work harder to get rid of it. This can kill the rising blood pressure in your body, traumatize your rectum, and put a lot of pressure on your spine.
3. Food allergies cause inflammation. Whether we know it or not, many of us have food allergies (tree nuts, wheat, milk, beans, etc.). With any allergy, you will have an inflammatory reaction, and the inflammation coming out of your intestinal tract is so close to your spinal cord that the inflammation affects your spinal muscles.
4. Poor absorption of nutrients can add pounds. A digestive tract that doesn't absorb nutrients properly will not allow your body to get the nutrients it needs. This can lead to a chronic cycle of eating disorders trying to meet your nutritional needs, which can lead to weight gain.
5. Pressure on internal organs weakens the tissue. The weight of too much stool will put pressure on your organosaur's internal abdomen, small intestine, and large intestine, all of which are held in place by the tissue that connects them to the delicate fibers. As this connective tissue loses weight over time, it will start to fail and your anxiety will increase.