9/18/2019

Symptoms of a Spastic Colon

Symptoms of a Spastic Colon

The human anatomy runs on seven major inter-related human body systems: the respiratory system, digestive system, nervous system, circulatory system, immune system, glandular system, and the overall structural system. The colon is part of the digestive system. It is the last part in the system and plays a vital role in the excretion of solid waste. It comprises four sections: ascending, transverse, coming down, and sigmoid. When this part of the digestive system gets infected, the damage to the cells manifests in the existence of a great deal of discomfort and a change in otherwise routine bowel movements. Spastic colon is characteristic of a bowel disorder accompanied by severe pain in the abdomen and sudden change in bowel practices. The paragraphs below will give you the signs of a spastic colon.

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Overeating

Sometimes a bloated stomach is simply since of overindulging. When too much food is consumed too rapidly, and digestion slows down in an effort to handle all of it. This can cause a great deal of discomfort, as well as other signs such as indigestion, heartburn and fatigue. If overeating happens frequently, you may be suffering from an overeating disorder, which can lead to weight problems, diabetes and other serious health conditions.

Kidney Stones

Yes, kidney stones can also be one of the main causes of mucus in urine. An increase in the number of kidney stones causes stones to release minerals in blood which causes the urine to look cloudy.

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