You know that feeling of dread and doubt you get after you stop watching television?

Well, it’s a very real thing.

It’s called flat stomach.

It can occur in anyone with a flat stomach or a severe case of constipation.

But you may not know it because most of us don’t talk about it.

Well, you don’t need to if you’re an active person.

Here are the top 10 exercises you can do to help with your flat stomach and constipation: 1.

Eat more fruit and veggies: The flat stomach is a natural response to not being able to eat as much as you’d like.

You might not know this because we don’t tend to talk about eating more fruits and vegetables, which is a great way to keep your flat belly in check.

And it’s not just the fruit and vegetables that can help you.

It includes your veggies, nuts, beans, grains, beans and pulses.

For a more detailed explanation of this, please read my article, “10 Simple Tips to Get Rid of Flat Belly.”

2.

Breathe in more air: Exercise is an amazing way to improve your breath and regulate your digestion.

When you do it regularly, it can even help you lose weight.

But the flat stomach, which we call a diaphragm, is a big reason why.

It is responsible for keeping your stomach full.

Breathing in air helps you to keep it full by drawing in food from the outside of your mouth and moving it to the back of your throat, where it’s easier to digest.

3.

Use a stool machine: A stool machine can help alleviate the pressure on your flat-bottomed stomach.

The machine can hold water and help you relieve constipation, and it’s made to help you keep your stomach fuller.

You can even take it with you on long trips and when you’re out and about.

4.

Get more exercise: This one may seem obvious, but it really can help with flat stomach pain.

Getting more exercise can help keep you full and make you feel full longer.

It also can help to keep you from feeling hungry.

Exercise is a huge part of managing your flat, so you may want to start doing some regular activities that will help you to stay full.

5.

Stop watching television: You can stop watching TV and get more rest if you stop doing it often.

This is especially true if you are experiencing constipation because it’s common for your flat to be too constricted.

You’ll also want to make time to enjoy activities that have a flat-tipped side like yoga or cooking.

6.

Do a lot of yoga: It may not seem like much of a change, but yoga is a very powerful exercise for constipation and it can help prevent the flat from getting worse.

You don’t have to do all of it, but the practice will help your body and mind work together.

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Take a dip in the ocean: It’s a great exercise for relieving flat stomach discomfort, but not necessarily a good idea if you’ve never done it.

Even if you have a stomach ache, it doesn’t mean you have constipation or flat stomach; it just means that your stomach isn’t fully full.

You may be able to do a dip or two to help relieve some of the pressure.

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Start exercising more: You don:t have to be an active woman to exercise regularly.

I find that the more exercise I do, the less constipation I experience.

If you want to take part in some of these tips, then I’d encourage you to do some of your best to get the best results.

I also like to get in my workout routine a little earlier in the morning and then do some yoga and some stretching after that.

Just make sure to do it as often as you can.

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Keep your diet on track: It can be hard to keep up with your diet and make sure you’re getting enough protein, carbohydrates and fats.

It may be hard for you to see how much protein you should eat and which foods to eat.

To help you make sense of your daily diet, here are some tips on how to eat the right foods: • Keep fruits and veggies fresh.

This includes the ones that you can eat as a snack or when you have leftover for dinner.

Avoid fruit and greens that are too high in sugar.

• Avoid sugars and processed foods that you may have to eat later in the day.

• Do not snack too much.

Snacking is also a great habit that can reduce the pressure you feel when you eat.

• Make sure you eat plenty of vegetables.

The more you eat vegetables, the more you’ll get the stomach full and help reduce constipation issues.

• Drink water.

This can help relieve the pressure and can help your digestive system function.

Water helps keep your digestive tract from going into a flat state and is a good way to help your stomach function properly. 10