Almost all of us have suffered from diarrhea at some point in our lives. It’s inconvenient and unpleasant, especially when diarrhea becomes a chronic issue.
Diarrhea happens to both adults and children. Fortunately, in most instances, diarrhea resolves itself without medical intervention in a few days. For some, diarrhea goes on for years. This leads to dehydration and nutrient deficiencies.
I am sure by now you understand that bowel health is of utmost importance. Many believe health starts in the gut. I recognize this as true and diarrhea is a sign that your gut is malfunctioning.
The gut has many functions including absorption of nutrients and excreting the waste of the body. Constipation means that waste is collecting in the body and this leads to disease. Getting rid of the body’s garbage through bowel and bladder is absolutely critical.
It is better to have diarrhea than constipation, in my opinion. But at some point, diarrhea can interfere with your life and your health. Persistent diarrhea can lead to dehydration. Fortunately, this is not common.
If diarrhea keeps you in the bathroom, keep reading for causes and natural cures you can use for relief.
Diarrhea can be caused by a wide variety of things. Some of the more common causes include:
See a holistic doctor and get checked out.
If the dangerous diagnoses have been ruled out and symptoms have been present for a while, this can be treated naturally.
Pharmaceuticals and over-the-counter products just treat symptoms and cover-up the problem. That is not good enough, and frankly, can be dangerous.
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