Morning Diarrhea: Causes and Treatments
What are loose stools?
Lose Stool Symptoms:
You feel like you have no energy or motivation to do anything. You feel tired all the time. Your body feels weak and sluggish.
You don’t want to go out of bed, because it makes your mind tired even if you aren’t sleepy. You may have trouble concentrating and forget things easily.
How to treat them?
There are many ways to cure loose stools symptoms. Some of these methods include:
Drinking water (or other liquids) before going to sleep. Drinking plenty of fluids helps flush out toxins from your system so you can get some rest. Eating foods high in fiber such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains, beans and peas will help keep your digestive tract working properly and prevent constipation.
Taking supplements containing magnesium, potassium, calcium and vitamin B12. These nutrients help improve bowel movements. Regular exercise can also help relieve your symptoms.
What else could cause loose stools?
Other possible causes of loose stools include:
Diabetes – Diabetes increases the risk of having irregular or hard stools due to its impact on how sugar is processed in the body. Drinking more water and eating more fiber may help constipation. You should also speak to your physician about this problem.
Celiac disease – This disorder causes damage to the small intestine when gluten is eaten, preventing it from absorbing nutrients properly. It can cause weight loss, diarrhea, nausea and vomiting in a person who has it. Eating foods that contain gluten (such as wheat, rye and barley) can increase the risk of getting this disease.
Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) – This is a collection of diseases that cause irritation and swelling in the digestive tract. Ulcerative colitis causes diarrhea, abdominal pain and rectal bleeding, and Crohn’s disease can cause similar symptoms as well as malnutrition.
Parasites – Some parasites may be present in the digestive tract and cause diarrhea as they multiply and spread through the body. Some can be transmitted through food, water or from sexual contact with an infected person.
Traveler’s diarrhea – Infectious organisms such as bacteria, viruses and parasites can all cause traveler’s diarrhea, which can range from mild to severe. It is best to always wash your hands before eating while traveling and avoid drinking any untreated water if possible.
Antibiotics – Antibiotics work by killing off harmful bacteria in the body, but they can also destroy the good bacteria as well. When this happens, the digestive tract is unable to process food and absorb important nutrients. This can lead to loose stools or diarrhea.
If you’re taking antibiotics, it is best to take probiotics as well to prevent this problem.
Diet – Changing your diet too quickly can also lead to loose stools. This can occur when you start eating more or less than usual, such as during the holidays. Eating too much of any food can cause this problem as your body cannot absorb all of the nutrients that are present in the food.
If you are experiencing loose stools that won’t go away, it is important that you see a doctor to rule out any underlying conditions that may require treatment. In some cases, loose stools are just temporary and can be treated easily at home.