The Relationship Between Fatigue And Indigestion?
Good night,. I get complaints in the form of bowel movements that are too frequent today, even though I have adjusted my diet. But yesterday I slept a bit late which is around 12:30. Does it affect,? If not, what are the chances? Thank you.
Hello, good afternoon Rizaldy.
How about the consistency of your bowel movements? does it also become liquid?
Defecation that is more than three times a day accompanied by a change in consistency (becomes more fluid) is referred to as diarrhea. Fatigue conditions do not directly cause diarrhea, but if the fatigue you experience makes your immunity / immune system decrease, this causes the body to be easily infected with germs, resulting in diarrhea due to infection. Other conditions that can cause an increase in the frequency of bowel movements include:
anxiety disorders or stressful conditions. This condition can cause bowel movements (peristalsis) to increase so that bowel movements become more frequent
IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome). In IBS, it is not always found liquid stools. Other symptoms are abdominal pain or cramps, frequent feeling of bloating, nausea, frequent burping, early satiety, decreased appetite, etc.
To determine the cause of the complaints you are experiencing, you should see a doctor, especially if the complaints have been going on for a long time. The doctor will extract complaints, physical examination, and supporting examinations if needed, such as laboratory examination of feces (feces), ultrasound, endoscopy, etc. While waiting for an appointment with a doctor, here are some suggestions that you can do:
meet fluid needs by consuming at least 2 liters of water per day
get enough rest with enough sleep 6-8 hours a day
eat clean and healthy food. Avoid fatty, spicy, and sour foods
You can consume drinks that contain probiotics, namely good bacteria, which are able to maintain intestinal health by fighting bad bacteria
Hope it helps.
Regards, dr. Denisa