"It's great. If you want to go to the bathroom without problems it is the best option."
"I stopped having a hard time in the toilet. I release my gut without so much effort."
"I love it because it leaves the belly flat and I go to the bathroom every day, without fail."
"Other laxatives irritated me and made my stomach burn. This one is soft and natural."
No more stormy bathroom visits, heavy digestions, bloating and stomach upsets.
Happy Poo cleanses your colon and restores the balance of your digestive system so that it works optimally and you achieve greater well-being in your day to day.
It contains a powerful probiotic to improve digestive health, in addition to a fiber that facilitates the transit of the intestines. No suppositories, aggressive laxatives or enemas that harm your microbiota.
Stomach without swelling, light and healthy
✓ You will go to the bathroom regularly to rid your gut of waste and toxins.
✓ You will forget about the cramps, aches and pains caused by constipation.
✓ It will reduce your inflammation, gas formation and improve your digestive function.
✓ You will avoid stomach disorders, such as colitis, reflux and irritable bowel syndrome.
✓ You will keep the intestinal flora healthy, which will improve your health and help you lose fat.
✓ You will protect your digestive system from the side effects caused by the consumption of antibiotics.
These are not common or superficial questions and answers.
It is information to understand your process and make it easier.
There are some red flags that warn of the possibility of constipation:
⚫︎ Defecate less than three times a week.
⚫︎ Your stools are lumpy or hard.
⚫︎ Make an effort to defecate.
⚫︎ Feeling as if you have a blockage in your rectum that prevents you from deposing.
⚫︎ Feeling that you cannot completely empty the rectum.
If your bowel pattern changes suddenly, it's usually not a cause for concern and should improve with some mild laxative like Happy Poo.
Now, if the symptoms do not go away and are a common problem, you should consult the doctor.
There are hormonal reasons for it to happen and there are three that are usually the most frequent.
1- Stress: one of the functions of estrogen is to help regulate cortisol (stress hormone) When estrogen decreases stress skyrockets, which slows down the digestion process, decreases movement in the colon and causes constipation.
2- Dry and hard stools: when progesterone levels decrease, the stool stays longer in the colon. And if they spend a lot of time, they become dry, hard and difficult to evacuate.
3- Loss of muscle tone: decreased estrogen can cause loss of muscle tone in the pelvic floor, making it difficult to completely evacuate stool. The problem gets worse when a lot of effort is made to defecate, because the pelvic floor muscles are further affected.
The most frequent are intestinal pains, heaviness and swelling.
But also, because of the sustained effort in each stool, hemorrhoids, pains and fissures can appear.
In some more severe cases, it can lead to intestinal occlusion, a gastrointestinal condition in which digested material is prevented from being removed normally through the intestine. It should be treated quickly with a doctor.