If you do notice a change, and it continues for an extended period of time despite dietary changes, you should see your GP to find out if there is anything they can suggest to help with your situation. Hot beverages – whilst we all tend to enjoy a tea or coffee as a refreshment or pick-me-up, they do have a diuretic effect. Diuretics increase the production of urine, meaning we have to visit the loo more than usual. Bear this in mind when drinking coffee to help encourage a movement.
Limiting this to unprocessed (and sometimes also non-GM) foods is often advocated. If you are starting a running regime, for example, run less than you can to start. Increasing intensity and pushing yourself can come later when your body becomes comfortable with regular exercise.
A lot of us underestimate the importance of a good night's sleep. Your brain tends to flush out toxins while you sleep as well. Hence, ensure that you are getting sufficient sleep at night. The body needs water to produce saliva, helps with perspiration, and removes waste.
Under the midnight sun and with the curious company of reindeer, we crossed rivers and walked on snowshoes to collect the snow samples we needed. We wanted to find out if we are unwittingly polluting this extraordinary environment with chemicalsthat are, among other things, used to waterproof our outdoor clothes. For three stunning and adventurous days our small but determined Detox expedition team hiked to the top of three mountains in the area of the Three Country Cairn, one in Sweden, one in Norway and one in Finland. After two demanding days we returned, happy to have accomplished our task. Despite the weather, it was a very nice experience and I'm happy about the opportunity to participate.