Diarrhea stands for defecation intensification (more than 2 times a day), accompanied by feces of liquid consistency. By itself, diarrhea is not a disease, but a reaction to some problems in the body, most often related to the functioning of the digestive system.
The causes of non-infectious diarrhea are typically poor quality food and diseases of the gastrointestinal tract (colitis, enteritis, gastritis, etc.). Excitement and fear can also cause diarrhea, impacting peristalsis. Diarrhea can have an acute (occur suddenly and pass away within 1-2 weeks) and chronic (lasting more than 2 weeks) forms.