Why Do You Often Defecate At Night And Afterwards Immediately Shiver And Weak?
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Defecation, can occur at any time of the day. Noteworthy is the frequency of defecation and the consistency of the stool that is passed, as well as the change of color in the stool or the presence of mucus or blood that comes out along with the stool. CHAPTER more than 3x a day with a liquid texture can be categorized as diarrhea.
Shivering, chills, weakness can sometimes occur during or after bowel movements, this is generally associated with the activation of vagus nerve stimulation by bowel movements during bowel movements. When the vagus nerve is stimulated, this can cause sweating, chills, cold, even to a decrease in blood pressure and heart rate. Generally this happens when large amounts of stool are released, or when pushing. Therefore this does not happen every chapter.
Waking up at night due to nausea and urinating can be caused by several factors:
GERD, or stomach acid disease
Urinary tract infection
For the time being you can do include:
Have a healthy and regular diet
Avoid eating too late or just before going to bed
Avoid consuming too much water before going to sleep
Sleep with 2-3 pillows (leaning) to prevent stomach acid from rising into the esophagus which can trigger nausea
Avoid spicy, sour, oily foods
Avoid caffeinated drinks such as coffee, tea and soda
Perform stress management, and relaxation of mind
Sleep and rest enough
Regular and regular exercise to improve bowel movements
If your complaint doesn't improve, it's a good idea to check with your nearest doctor to have a history and direct physical examination and get the right treatment for you.
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