Q: What causes constipation?
A: Constipation may be caused by a number of diet and lifestyle factors, including the use of certain medications, poor eating habits, lack of beneficial bacteria, and lack of proper hydration. Constipation may sometimes be genetic or from a lack of physical exercise.
Q: How much water should I drink daily?
A: Try to drink at least half your body weight in ounces of purified water every day. (Example: someone who weighs 100 pounds would need to drink 50 ounces of purified water daily to keep his or her body and colon hydrated.)
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