I’m sure you’re sick of digging through the same, old constipation advice you’ve read a hundred times, hoping that between the fluff and filler the author might actually provide something UNIQUE, something you haven’t heard of; something that will provide you relief now.
I know how frustrating, uncomfortable and often times downright painful constipation can be. I can sympathize with the list of symptoms you’re more than likely experiencing such as…
It can be a scary state of affairs and sometimes a situation that can leave you feeling quite hopeless.
Let me quickly share with you my health background. My name is Scott McLeod, and I am a trained pharmacist with a bachelor’s of science in general biology and a Doctor of Pharmacy degree. I have worked as a registered pharmacist in a large retail pharmacy setting.
As a pharmacist you learn very quickly how common and troublesome constipation is among people. Doesn’t matter what walk of life you are from. It seems to be public enemy #1.
I tried to immediately put them at ease. This common symptom is nothing to be embarrassed or ashamed about. This is a problem that haunts millions of people. And it’s not entirely our faults. Most of us are UNAWARE of how easily we can rid ourselves of constipation now and FOREVER.
My Patients and I, would talk over their specific circumstances of their constipation and then discuss the best solutions for them. There was no greater reward than a patient coming back and offering a heartfelt thank you for the relief they received by using my advice.
Through my experience, I learned that each individual is different. What works extremely well for the majority doesn’t work at all for others. Some would come back unrelieved and we would determine a better solution for them. We all have a unique body with different chemistry, physiology and medical history.
It’s surprising how much you learn on the job by trouble-shooting such a broad variety of patient’s unique medical problems and even more surprisingly, how much you learn from just talking to your patients. Sometimes when you’d offer advice, a patient would chime in with, “Oh, that reminds me, you know what else works really well?” and then they would tell you about some strange folk remedy or quirky solution that’s worked for them in the past.
Now, before you go recommending those things as a pharmacist, you use your extensive education background, available resources and professional judgment to make sure they’re harmless. After you’ve done that, if they seem reasonable, you usually try them yourself or possibly suggest them to a friend or family member who has run out of the traditional options. Through this process and by… Read more…