Reduction of urination

If the amount of daily urine decreases sharply, then most often the causes of such a violation are hidden in the following conditions and diseases:

insufficient water intake;

dehydration as a result of prolonged diarrhea;

kidney diseases;

swelling of soft tissues;



Deviations of the defecation process

Normally, stools can be observed from 2 times a day to 1 time every 3 days, provided that you feel well. Pathology is any deviation from the individual mode of bowel emptying.

A decrease in the process in which the act […]

Pathological causes

Increased urinary excretion can provoke various pathologies:

Diseases of the urinary system. Most often, infectious and inflammatory processes occurring in the urinary system become the culprits. Increased urination may be caused by:





Endocrine diseases. Insufficient or excessive production of certain hormones may be accompanied by increased urge. This is usually observed when:

hyperaldosteronism (excessive synthesis of the hormone aldosterone by the adrenal glands);

diabetes insipidus;

hyperparathyroidism (increased production of parathyroid hormone by the parathyroid glands).

Gynecological diseases. The urinary system is closely related to the reproductive […]

The rate of bowel emptying

During defecation, harmful components are eliminated from the digestive tract. If bowel emptying does not occur in a timely manner, the poisons and toxins accumulated in the feces begin to poison the entire body. Therefore, it is important to control the process of defecation, to know how often it is recommended to go to the toilet, to understand the indicators of the norm and deviations of this process.

Adults usually empty their intestines 1-2 times a day. The process of defecation […]

Trips to the toilet: norms and deviations

The human body is a complex mechanism that functions according to its own regime. Some people feel the urge to urinate 4-5 times a day. Others rush to the toilet every 2-3 hours. For some, the daily morning stool is considered the norm. Others – empty the intestines twice a day or once every 2 days. What is considered the norm and what is considered a deviation? What pathologies can there be an increase or decrease in urination and defecation? […]

Reducing blood glucose levels: 5 important foods

19.3% of Russians have elevated blood glucose levels, but not so high as to meet the criteria for diabetes mellitus[1]. Experts call this condition prediabetes. It is characteristic of a complex of metabolic disorders — the so-called metabolic syndrome, and is often accompanied by the accumulation of excess weight in the waist area, an increase in blood cholesterol and blood pressure[2].

The development of these disorders is based on insulin resistance, a condition in which the body tissues develop immunity to […]