• BM Tools

    Considering Colon Cleansing?

    "Colonics" is a popular process of trying to improve colon/intestinal health by removing built-up material and infections, producing better BMs (more regular and more normal) along with improved health.

    There are several techniques for colon cleansing, including fasts, specialized diets, drinking teas & powders, and even colon hydrotherapy.

    It is good to learn about this topic and to check with a health professional too!

  • Adult Bowel Movement

    What is an Adult Bowel Movement?

    An adult bowel movement can be large, small, smelly, explosive, brown, green, runny, painful, funny, embarrassing, triumphant, or many other things. In all cases, however, an adult bowel movement is what happens when an adult eats food, digests for several hours, goes to the bathroom, takes then a crap.

    Cause of Adult Bowel Movements

    Adults need to take bowel movements because they eat.  When humans eat, the food they eat gets chewed, brewed for several hours in a variety of digestive sauces in a variety of abdominal locations, stewed in the large intestine until there’s enough poop to be worth the wipe, and pooped. “Food” is considered to become “poop” when it drops out of the bowel, which is also known as the anus, rectum, colon, butt hole, arse hole, etc.

    Cure for Adult Bowel Movements

    Despite trying to crap it all out at once by pushing as hard as you can so that you’ll never need to go again, there is no cure for a bowel movement. Adults should move their bowels at least once every day, possibly twice or more.  Some adults only go to the bathroom once or twice a week, but this is not healthy and should be remedied. The number of bowel movements for an older adult may decrease due to compacted fecal matter that clogs up the large intestine or a more serious colon problem. Any adult struggling to move their bowels more than twice a week should really consider talking to a medical professional or taking other action to have more regular bowel movements.