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23 May 2009

republished: Why digestion is important

Why digestion is important – when we eat such things as bread, meat and vegetables, they are not in a form that the body can use as nourishment. Digestion is the process by which the food and drink are broken down into smaller parts so the body can use them to build and nourish cells to provide energy. Nowadays, where street and exotic food are looks more appetizing and many are exploring to try and eat which most of the time not fitted to our digestion. This has resulted to indigestion and gives us gnawing pain. Dyspepsia is pain or discomfort in the upper middle part of your stomach. It is commonly referred to as “indigestion”. The pain might come and go, but it’s usually there most of the time. People of any age or gender can get dyspepsia. Here are some of the signs of dyspepsia: A gnawing or burning stomach pain; Bloating (a feeling of fullness in your stomach); Heartburn (stomachs contents coming back up into your esophagus); Upset stomach (nausea); Vomiting; and Burping So, if have these signs, or any kind of stomach pain or discomfort, go to see a doctor. Often, dyspepsia is caused by a stomach ulcer or acid reflux disease, stomach acids backs up into your esophagus. (I have posted related topic on this –Heartburn).

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