Interferential electrical stimulation reduces constipation symptoms in women

Transabdominal interferential electrical stimulation effectively reduced constipation in adult women, reduced symptom severity, increased spontaneous defecation and decreased laxative use, according to a study published in Alimentary Pharmacology and Therapeutics.“This pilot study provides good evidence that transabdominal interferential therapy improves bowel symptoms in chronically constipated women,” Judith S. Moore, MSc, RN, PhD, from the department of gastroenterology at Monash University and Alfred Health, and colleagues wrote. “More than half the women in theRead More

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