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Vomit is not a very pretty subject in fact people usually don't get all that indepth when speaking about it. They may say they vomited but will usually leave it at that. I am going to go a bit further though in explaining why vomit happens. Fair warning this is not a pretty article and if you ave a queezy stomach you might want to stop reading here. But if you are curious about this gross but sometimes necessary bodily function then read on:
Published by Rae Morvay 70 months ago in Digestive Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
If you had a peptic ulcer or currently have peptic ulcer, it is important to know the foods you should eat and avoid to make the healing process faster or avoid having a peptic ulcer again. You may find it helpful if you follow your doctor's advice about the food you should eat and avoid.
Published by Cloud1 74 months ago in Digestive Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
The functional bowel disorder known as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), or spastic colon, is a condition that many people have but very few people talk about. Find out more about the symptoms, cause, diagnosis and treatment of IBS or spastic colon, and who is most likely to suffer from it.
Published by Jo Jackson 75 months ago in Digestive Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
Candida Albicans is something we all have inside of our bodies in small quantities, but if it gets out of control that is when we start to have problems. Candita Albicans is a yeast like parasitic organism. It can be found i many areas of the body including our intestistines, genital tract, mouth, and throat.
Published by Rae Morvay 77 months ago in Digestive Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
Our digestive systems need to have a balance between bad bacteria and good bacteria. When the bad bacteria takes over and becomes dominant we have a state of dybosis. Good bacteria in the body helps us to keep a balance and helps us to fight of diseases and infection. When the bad bacteria becomes dominant our bodies start to lose that ability to fight.
Published by Rae Morvay 77 months ago in Digestive Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
Inconsistent and irregular lifestyle patterns, sedentary life, erroneous diet, no exercise and loads of stress, impiar the normal the functioning of our body drastically Increased toxicity of our body causes innumerable illnesses and disorders, which could have serious complications. Consequently, detox diets have become exceptionally popular over the last few years. The liver plays a pivotal role in body detoxification; therefore following a liver detox diet or liver cleanse diet, for about 1we...
Published by Dr Shweta U Shah 78 months ago in Digestive Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
Ayurveda, an ancient South Indian medical system, suggests eating water and drinking solid food. It means water should be drunk slowly so that it may be useful for digestion. In the same way food should be chewed well so that it becomes a liquid-like substance in the mouth. Eating water and drinking food is very helpful for the health of body and mind.
Published by +Paulose 78 months ago in Digestive Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
Proctalgia is pain of the rectum; this disorder can be caused by chronic problems such as with irritable bowel syndrome. Chronic diarrhea and constipation can cause enough irritation to the tissues of the rectum to cause rectal pain. There are other factors that can lead to Proctalgia. To learn more about what causes proctalgia, keep reading.
Published by Charlene Collins 78 months ago in Digestive Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
This article discusses the types of hemorrhoids, and what causes them. It also discusses the treatment options available for both internal and external hemorrhoids, and it discusses dietary changes and bowel habits for the prevention of hemorrhoids. If you suffer from hemorrhoids, or know someone who does, please continue to read this article.
Published by Charlene Collins 78 months ago in Digestive Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
Bacteria have been around since life began and they will stay with us as long as we live. But did you know that bacteria are not just disease-causing organisms? Most are actually very beneficial to human beings and we exist with them in a well-balanced, symbiotic relationship. That's good news since there are more bacteria on one person's skin that there are people on Earth.
Published by Melissa Murphy 78 months ago in Digestive Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
Acid reflux or acid regurgitation occurs due to a failure of the Lower Esophageal Sphincter (LES) and this triggers a range of symptoms and clinical manifestations linked to the disorder. The Lower Esophageal Sphincter ensures that the contents of the stomach do not regurgitate in to the esophagus and mouth; conversely, if the muscles get weak, the LES does not close and consequently cannot hold against the pressure-barrier between the stomach and the esophagus, thereby, causing an acid reflux. ...
Published by Dr Shweta U Shah 79 months ago in Digestive Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
Healthy intestinal flora and the normal flora in areas such as the mouth and vagina help to protect us from disease. Beneficial bacteria in the colon are important to the proper functioning of the digestive system. People who start having problems within that system may develop other complications as a result. Sometimes individuals are unable to absorb nutrients properly because they do not have the right amount of beneficial gut flora.
Published by Sharifa Sanderson 79 months ago in Digestive Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
Tips to Prevent Stomach Bloating! Stomach bloating is a common ailment which comes unannounced and causes measure discomfort. If you are prone to stomach bloating, you must learn the various tips on how to prevent stomach bloating. In this article you will find the causes and prevention tips for stomach bloating.
Published by Ruby 80 months ago in Digestive Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
Top 10 Home Remedies to Treat Stomach Bloating! If you are suffering from bloated stomach, it is advisable to try and get relief by adopting natural means, and there are quite a few home remedies and kitchen remedies which can help. In this article you wil find the top 10 time tested home remedies to treat stomach bloating.
Published by Ruby 80 months ago in Digestive Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
There are lots of over-the-counter medications to treat acid reflux. While they are quite effective for treating heartburn, they do have some serious side effects. If you are taking medications that block acids from forming in the stomach for long periods of time, you might be at risk for developing fractures. Other side effects common to acid blocking medications are swelling of the extremities. You can experience swelling in the arms, hands, and in your feet and legs.
Published by Charlene Collins 80 months ago in Digestive Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
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