Going to the bathroom, having a bowel movement, pooping – whatever you call it, the feces is a regular part of your life. In general, people have one to three bowel movements a day. However, when you need to go to the bathroom more often and your stools are loose and watery, you might experience diarrhea.
Diarrhea occurs for various reasons. Simply put, your digestive system finds something wrong and works hard to get it out of your body. It is a common condition and usually resolves without intervention within 1 or 2 days. If yours lasts longer, it might indicate a more severe complication.
Three types of diarrheas:
Acute diarrhea: Normally lasts 1 or 2 days. This type doesn’t need treatment.
Persistent diarrhea: Generally, this type persists for several weeks – 2 to 4 weeks.
Chronic diarrhea: Chronic diarrhea lasts more than four weeks, or recurs in cycles.
Causes of diarrhea include:
- A bacterial infection
- A virus
- Allergies and intolerances to certain foods, like lactose intolerance
- Food malabsorption
- Antibiotic use
- Intestinal diseases
- Radiation therapy
Natural Ways to Ease Diarrhea
Diarrhea can be disturbing, but fortunately, it won’t last very long. You can try some of the suggestions below to help minimize the effects of diarrhea.
1. Bottle water
Drinking bottled water can reduce the risk of diarrhea since many waterways contain intestinal parasites.
2. Know your body condition
Some people may have medical conditions like food allergies, diabetes, or ulcers, so they are prone to experience diarrhea. In this case, they should be more cautious about what they eat.
3. Keep a simple diet
If you are experiencing diarrhea, it is better not to try to eat or drink something new and unusual. Try a bland carbohydrate diet instead of food like bread or rice.
4. Avoid antacids
When you have diarrhea, please avoid the antacids of Maalox and Mylanta. People often mistake bloating with diarrhea and take antacids, which leads to more severe bowel movements as these compounds contain magnesium.
5. Restore The Balance
We often hear that we should drink more hot water when having diarrhea. In fact, it’s better to drink a sports beverage instead. During diarrhea, our body loses some important body fluids and electrolytes. Sports beverages can be a perfect supplement for electrolytes.
6. Try Mixed Food
Try the BRAT diet if you have diarrhea. BRAT means a combination of foods that includes bananas, rice, applesauce, and toast. You can also change the formula by adding another “T”, which stands for tea.
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