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Occasional dizziness post passing urine, stools after meal. Normal?

After going to the loo and passing stool I get a very relaxed feeling and sometimes i feel dizzy and have to lie down and sometimes sleep . Is that natural or is there some thing wrong with me. I pass stool after i eat any meal
Asked On : Mon, 26 Mar 2012
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hi dear i have read ur problem. your complains are indicating a initial stage of irritable bowl syndrome which is very common these days. ITS a psychomotor disorder consisting a altered bowl habits and increased gastrocolic reflex.
i have some suggestions for u-
avoid fruits and vegetables such as apples , broccoli, cabbage, sprouts pulses and onions as well as reduce the amount of fermentable fibree ( whole meat, bread, bran and oats.
PROPER sleeping schedule - go to bed at 10 pm and wake up at 5 am . start your day with a cup of hot water add lemon juice and a spoon of honey in it.
then yoga and( PRANAYAM for 3 minutes)
some domestic remedies
-BILVA JUICE DAILY or BILVA POWDER 2 gram daily in morning empty stomach.
IF THESE MESURES DO NOT PROVIDE ANY RELIEF WITHIN A WEEK THEN I WILL ADVICE SOME INVESTIGATIONS TO U , BUT M SURE THAT THERE WILL BE NO NEED FOR THAT, SO START following this and come back to me within a week or if u feel anything to tell then pls mail me back . thanks for your query good wishes
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