Stools are solid and visits to the toilet irregular. I do drink alot of water and exercise too but sometimes take recourse to laxatives to relieve myself . Something I prefer to avoid unless have no choice. Ref living I do live a simple but full life with no tensions. I do believe in "the past is dead and gone thee future yet to come and try to live in the ptesent" more  

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Excellent and simple cure.. Jain Sahib more  
A very small and unique potion . try this; take 50 gms methi dana, 50 gms ajwain, and 50 gm black ziri (it is different from zeera but same size, piped like and bitter in taste) Grind it into powder form. take one level spoon on empty stomach with full glass lukewarm water in morining or late night 2 hrs after dinner. It will cure irregular bowels syndrome, BP, arthritis more  
as discussed I am forwarding the links to the DASH diet This is also attached in local circles. But you will have to scroll quite a bit. It is an old post - Whenever in NCR next, do try to meet so I can do a more detailed evaluation. more  
I would suggest plenty of fluids and high fiber diet. Could you let me know in detail about your diet? I could recommend suitable modifications. Dr Saumya Mittal Physician and Diabetician 9873711878 more  
Reason why past does not leave us is this--when the events in the past had happened there was a certain emotion connected to it, and when we get memories of the same, the same negative emotions are relived...what you have to learn is to separate the two-i.e. let it be treated as a memory-thought without the emotion being connected to it....and if there is remorse or guilt attached to it, you simply need to forgive yourself (with love) the point is not to forget them but to look at that memory objectively as having happened to a certain Mr.Durga Prasad or certain Mr.Richard at a certain point in time but not to you in the present.for any elaborations, you can mail me a scanned copy of your handwriting more  
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