The use of acotiamide in the treatment of chronic constipation

I recently came across an interesting study on the use of Acotiamide in treating chronic constipation. Acotiamide is typically prescribed for treating functional dyspepsia, but it seems that it may also help alleviate constipation. The study showed a significant improvement in bowel movement frequency and stool consistency for patients taking Acotiamide. It seems that this medication could be a promising alternative to traditional constipation treatments. I'll definitely be keeping an eye on further research in this area.