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What are different kind of stomach problems faced now-a-days?

Most stomach ulcers, cancers and gastritis are caused by the bacteria named Helicobacter Pylori.
The capacity of the stomach to store food can be reduced to make us feel full sooner. The procedure, known as bariatric surgery is a blessing for those with uncontrolled obesity, and related complications such as diabetes.
Bacteria can live in moist and warm areas of the body, and the stomach is an ideal habitat. Healthy bacteria breaks down minerals, vitamins and complex carbohydrates. Harmful bacteria invade the protective mucus layer and can cause infections and inflammations.

Gastric secretions and muscular waves almost disappear when we are depressed. Stress increases acid production. Also, coffee, nicotine and alcohol increases acid production.

– Gastritis: It is the inflammation of the stomach lining that is caused by excessive usage of alcohol or prolonged use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.
– Acid reflux: It is the flow of stomach contents into the oesophagus. Heartburn occurs because the oesophagus does not have a protective lining.
– Peptic Ulcer: It is a sore where the stomach lining has been eaten away. Burning pain is the symptom. It will get worse if it is left untreated.
– Gastric Cancer: It can develop anywhere in the stomach. It causes good amount of deaths worldwide annually. Symptoms include indigestion, heartburn and loss of appetite. In advanced stages, symptoms include abdominal pain, nausea, constipation or diarrhea, bloating after meals, weight loss, fatigue and bleeding in vomit or stools.
– Vomiting: It is the expulsion of the stomach contents through mouth, and even nose. Nausea is the feeling that one is about to vomit. It can also lead to dehydration. The pyloric sphincter relaxes, and, through retroperistasis, contents from the middle of the small intestine upwards are forced out. The color, content and frequency of vomit may indicate the condition.

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