What causes occasional diarrhea?
Occasional diarrhea is one of the body’s responses to intestinal imbalance, which may have been caused by any of these common triggers.
Viruses & Bacteria
When infectious organisms enter the body, they wreak havoc on our internal systems, particularly the gut.
Medicines & Antibiotics
Medications kill off some of the bacteria that causes others to multiply. This imbalance brings on occasional diarrhea as a side effect.
Trips & Diet
Taking trips may bring stress and a change in diet. Pathogenic bacteria and parasites can enter the body through unfamiliar foods, water and surfaces.
How to recognise occasional diarrhea
What to expect during an unpleasant spell of diarrhea? You may experience an onset of any of the following symptoms.
Loose, watery stools
Frequent thin stools that have an urgency to them are a sure sign that one may be suffering from occasional diarrhea.
Stomach discomfort is likely when experiencing occasional diarrhea, as the gut tends to bloat or cramp.
Fever & Dizziness
Fever is a common symptom of diarrhea, and one may simultaneously feel lightheaded or slightly delirious.
How to prevent occasional diarrhea
Preventing is better than curing, and there are some simple yet cautionary measures that you can take to ensure occasional diarrhea doesn’t disrupt your daily life.
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