If this acid refluxes into your gullet, it can cause heartburn which is a burning pain behind your breastbone. This heartburn sometimes comes with a bitter liquid rising into your mouth. A burning sensation is often caused by this painful irritation in the stomach. Indigestion may also be because the lining of your digestive system is overly sensitive to acid. There are also other factors that can cause indigestion such as smoking, drinking alcohol, stomach infections, ulcers, or an unhealthy and stressful life.
Bulimics may have extreme fluctuations in blood pressure, irregular menstrual periods, bloating, abdominal pain and cramps, internal bleeding, and they may even vomit out blood. They have severe damage to their bowels, and constantly have indigestion, gas, and constipation. They suffer from dehydration, fainting spells, insomnia, tremors, blurred vision, and swollen cheek glands. Bulimics have severe throat problems caused by stomach acids and esophageal scarring and dental decay from excessive vomiting. They have broken blood vessels in the face and under the eyes and have intestinal rupture from excessive use of
So, indigestion may be caused by the stomach acid coming into contact with the protective lining of the digestive system. The stomach acid breaks down the lining, leading to irritation or inflammation. It can cause a burning sensation when the lining becomes irritated. Indigestion may also be due to the lining of the digestive system being sensitive to acid or stretching caused by eating. ("Indigestion - NHS Choices," n.d.) Dyspepsia is a chronic disease in which the symptoms vary in frequency and intensity.
People who are obese have bile that is saturated with cholesterol, making them more likely to develop gallstones. What To Do If You Suspect You Have Gall Bladder Disease Symptoms of gall bladder dysfunction can vary and include: Pain in the abdomen or the right shoulder. Pain accompanied with nausea and vomiting. Pain that is triggered by eating fatty foods. Pain and tenderness under the ribs on the right side, sometimes with a fever.
Pain, burning, and bleeding during bowel movements are the main symptoms of the disease that are usually caused by improper diet, prolonged sitting, insufficient physical activity, and consumption of tobacco and alcohol. However, hemorrhoids can sometimes be associated with liver disease and cancer intestine. Stress and constipation - the most common culprits Mental tension and irregular bowel movements are the primary causes of hemorrhoids. People who are perpetually in a hurry often makes performing
. M. v. Annalarasi What is IBS Irritable bowel syndrome is a common and chronic gastrointestinal disorder of unknown causes. It has a general effect on your dietary pattern. Symptoms include abdominal pain, bloating sensation, diarrhea or constipation, feeling of incomplete emptying, looser stools at the onset of pain, frequent bowel movements at the onset of pain, fatigability, heartburn and difficulty in swallowing. Unrelated symptoms of the Gastrointestinal system but combined with the above symptoms like sweating, flushing, migraines, urinary disturbances.
The symptoms for this oversized birthmark symptoms are: nausea, vomiting, abdominal discomfort, loss of appetite, unexplained weight loss, and a feeling of fullness in the abdomen. Treatments are a gel with the drug timolol applied to the affected skin, Corticosteroid medication, and Laser
It stands for Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease. “Constant backwash of acid can irritate the lining of your esophagus, causing it to become inflamed (esophagitis). Over time, the inflammation can wear away the esophageal lining, causing complications such as bleeding, esophageal narrowing or Barrett's esophagus (a precancerous condition).” (Mayo Clinic) This is caused by acid reflux and/ or someone’s diet. When left
The rash starts out as flat, red patches, but eventually develops some bumps. The rash may be somewhat itchy. When the rash begins to appear, the fever usually climbs higher, sometimes reaching as high as 105°F (40.5°C). There may be nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and multiple swollen lymph nodes. The cough is usually more problematic at this point, and the patient feels awful.
Acute renal failure may occur when there is extremely low blood pressure; the patient may suffer from trauma, septic shock, haemorrhage, severe vomiting, diarrhea, burns and associated dehydration or other severe or complicated illness. Intra renal Renal failure usually occurs as the internal structures of the kidney and is suddenly or slowly destroyed. It is a complex chronic failure commonly noticed with hypertension and diabetes damage the vascular walls. Smoking causes atherosclerotic changes of the arterial walls. Nephrotoxic drugs and metals.
"Rarely, these can be fatal and if you also have a cough or have difficulty breathing you may have a pulmonary embolism or blocked blood vessel in the lung. Go to your emergency ward immediately." Diarrhoea The good: Sometimes diarrhoea that is constant may be caused by anxiety or medications, especially antibiotics, so see your doctor to rule these out first. The bad: Lactose intolerance (where you lack the enzyme lactase in your intestine) or coeliac disease (a sensitivity to gluten, found in wheat and some other cereal grains). Other causes of diarrhoea include irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), especially if there is cramping or other abdominal symptoms, says allergy and immunology specialist Dr Alex
This is a major problem since alcohol exerts a depressive effect on the brain. This depressive effect causes difficulty walking, poor balancing, slurring of speech, and generally poor coordination (contributes to increased chances of injury). At extreme levels of alcohol levels, a person 's breathing and heart rates will be slowed, and vomiting may occur. High level of alcohol may also result in coma and death. Long-term (chronic) effects of alcohol will eventually affect every organ system.