Definition of Diarrhea
Diarrhea is a digestive problem. It causes loose, watery bowel movements. It can make a person feel uncomfortable for a few hours or days. After some time the symptoms should improve. In some cases, it lasts longer. Persistent diarrhea could create dehydration in infants and children and can lead to serious health problems. Long-lasting or recurrent diarrhea should receive.
Causes of Diarrhea
The most common cause of diarrhea is a virus that directly infects the bowel. The infection of diarrhea usually lasts for two days or more. Diarrhea also may be caused by followings:
• Infection by bacteria
• Eating foods that upset the digestive system
• Allergies to certain foods
• Lactose intolerance
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Can Homeopathic medicine Cure Diarrhea?
Diarrhea comes with gas. There may be gurgling in the abdomen before bowel movements. The person may have involuntary stools. He will still be passing gas.
This remedy is useful for burning diarrhea. It can be with extreme tiredness, anxiety, restless, and nausea and vomiting. It is a great homeopathic remedy for diarrhea. It is caused by spoiled or tainted food and traveler’s diarrhea. The person may be thirsty. The person may also have cramping abdominal pain and can feel better with hot packs to the abdomen. It can feel worse with cold drinks or food. The stools are watery.
A homeopath will recommend Ipecacuanha for severe diarrhea. In this the person will experience nausea or vomiting. There may also be sharp pains. There can also be stools that may look slimy and frothy.
This homeopathic remedy is for someone with diarrhea that leaves the person exhausted. In this the person might not feel the pain. The person is usually thirsty. There is also a marked weak and empty feeling in the abdomen. The person may feel better with sleep and cold.
This remedy can be used if the diarrhea is watery, urgent, profuse and explosive. It is also accompanied by much gas. The person feels worse with heat and movement. He can also have trouble after drinking and eating. The person goes through severe cramping and rumbling after having a bowel movement. Afterwards, the person is left feeling faint and empty until the next urging.
Cinchona officinalis is also called China or Peruvian bark. This remedy is for diarrhea with great bloating, indigestion, and general weakness. The symptoms of this diarrhea are noticeably worse at night, in hot weather, and after nursing.
This remedy is often helpful for diarrhea during flu. It may also be helpful when a person gets overheated. The person feels worse in the morning and mouth may be very dry.
This diarrhea is usually worse in the morning. This remedy can be used when the person often has rectal burning, itchiness or soreness. He passes stools that feel hot. He may have a very offensive smell.