Shweta Parwe, Dr. Milind A. Nisargandha
Abstract: Background: to investigate the association between intestinal constipation, lifestyle and eating habits in adult aged fifteen to seventy years old. Methods: In this study with a sample sixty adult aged fifteen to seventy years old. Excess weight was classified by the body mass index. Variables that could be associated with constipation, such as maternal constipation, lifestyle, food and water intake, were selected.Considering the clinical importance and the impact intestinal constipation can cause during adulthood, the present study aims to investigate the association between intestinal constipation, lifestyle and eating habits among adult. Results: the intestinal constipation was express in percentage of incidence different age, sex, occupational, Nature of work, rural urban & Ahar, Koshta, dehaprakriti. Conclusion: an association between intestinal constipation and unhealthy habits, such as non-consumption of fruits and vegetables, and regular consumption of fried food was observed. Preventing intestinal constipation requires changes in the lifestyle and eating habits of the adults.
Keywords: Constipation, Eating habits, Lifestyle