Diverticulitis is inflammation or infection of small pouches, called diverticula, which develop along the walls of your intestines. The pouches’ formation is a relatively benign condition known as diverticulitis. The pockets can form anywhere on the digestive tract. Still, they may develop at the end of the descending and sigmoid colons, and they also frequently occur on the first section of the small intestine, although problems are rarely found there.
Ageing and heredity are primary factors in the development of diverticulitis, but diet also plays a role. So, eating a lot of low-fibre, refined foods can significantly increase the risk.
The British Journal of Clinical Practice says, “A high-fibre diet is effective in treating diverticulitis disease.” Research shows that fibre is essential for the prevention and treatment of diverticulitis.
Even when you have diverticulitis, you may not know it because the diverticula are usually painless and cause few symptoms. Sometimes, there are no symptoms. Sometimes, you may experience cramping on your left side that disappears when you pass gas or move your bowels. And, because diverticula will occasionally bleed, your stool may contain bright red blood.
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You should consult your doctor if you have a fever, chills, abdominal swelling, or vomiting; the abdomen becomes rigid, and movement causes pain. Or blood appears in stools, indicating internal bleeding.
Diverticulitis is when the diverticula (sac-like, pea-sized protrusions in the intestinal wall) are inflamed. Besides, they typically form if an individual suffers from frequent constipation and eating a low-fibre diet may be a contributory factor. Diverticulitis can be either acute or chronic.
Symptoms include cramping, bloating, tenderness on the left side of the abdomen that is relieved by passing gas or a bowel movement, constipation or diarrhoea, nausea, and an almost continual need to eliminate. Because the large intestine walls often weaken as a person ages, this condition affects old rather than young people. Nobody knows what causes diverticulitis. However, we know that smoking and stress make symptoms worse. Poor eating habits compound the problem. A poor diet, a family history of the disease, gallbladder disease, obesity, and coronary artery disease increases the chances of diverticulitis. It is a classic example of a stress-related disorder.
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