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From the mouth, to the stomach, intestines, and anus, it all is connected to the digestive
system. The most common part to cause humans discomfort to me would be the intestines
where the food is being digested. So many things such as food not being cooked properly,
consumption of alcohol, or overeating can cause problems in the digestive system. Spicy
foods is another item that can affect the digestive system and even cause problems in the
long run if consumed constantly. As I have gotten older, there are a lot of foods that just
don't agree with digestive system any more. I have turned to eating more fruits and
vegetables, and I have stopped eating so much meat and fast food due to the way it upsets
my stomach. I've learned to listen to my body and take more care of my digestive health
now so that I can remain healthy longer. It is important to listen to your gut, it is the second
brain in the body and bad digestive health can affect other parts of the body if not properly
taken care of. I recently just had gastric sleeve surgery so i have been looking up so much
information about the digestive system using google. Being fair i know the digestive system
has the GI track and then the actual digestive system . The GI system includes the mouth
esophagus, stomach and the small/ large intestine. Leaving the liver, pancreas, and
gallbladder as the actual digestive system. From recent experience i have had noticed
gallbladders being removed . From my understanding it is normal to have to have the
gallbladder removed after doing a high protein diet with the amount of people attempting to
get covid weight off i find this to be a common cause for discomfort leading to other areas
of discomfort. However gallbladders are are able to be removed if needed. the body could
also experience constipation coming from lack of fiber int their diet making it harder for the
organs in the digestive system to break down the necessary parts of solids to ensure
everything was able to make its way successfully though the digestive system. The different
parts of the body that I think might belong to the digestive system is the mouth, pharynx,
esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, rectum, anus, tongue, teeth, salivary
glands, pancreas, liver, and gall bladder. The parts that I think are the most common to
cause humans some sort of discomfort is the stomach, small intestine, and large intestine.
Some common causes of digestive system discomfort might be some ailments relatively
minor, such as canker sores in the mouth, or severe and life threatening, such as cancers
that can target almost every part of the digestive system. Also having some of the following
digestive system disorders, Crohn's disease, Gallstones, Hepatitis, and Ulcerative Colitis
just to name a few. You have to keep a healthy lifestyle in order to keep the digestive
system healthy, because the body is wholly dependent on the digestive system to provide it
with the nutrients it needs to continue to function. If the digestive system fails the entire
body suffers, and it is not good for your health. The parts of the body that I believe belong
to the digestive system are the mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestines, large intestines,
and the colon area. The areas that I would think would give us the most trouble would be
the mouth, esophagus, and colon. I think the mouth would because of our teeth. Our teeth,
when they are not healthy, are not only painful but can also keep us from being able to
chew our food properly. Our esophagus could give us discomfort because of acid reflux
which also makes us not want to eat. The colon can give us discomfort in many ways but
the one way that I am familiar with is when people have colon pollups. My husband has
had trouble with this in the past and it affected his ability to eat, digest, and go to the
restroom which is also part of the digestive process. The stomach can also give us trouble
when it comes to certain kinds of foods and even coffee. I have drank coffee that caused me
to have stomach issues in the past. The parts of the body I think of when I hear the
digestive system is the mouth, esophagus, stomach, small, large intestines, and the rectum. I
think the stomach cause the most discomfort for most people. However, my daughter
always had problems since birth with her stomach and rectum she was always constipated.
For me my stomach is always the most discomfort especially when I was pregnant. About a
year ago if ate the wrong things my stomach will be so upset I would be constipated and
have really bad burping gas. I got an allergy test turns out I cannot have any dairy eggs
butter. So, I think what you eat depending on your body is common for discomfort in the
digestive system it can cause constipation, hurt burn, and gas to say the lease. I asked some
of my family members this question and majority said there stomach is the most common
to have discomfort. The rest stated that there mouth was the most common to have
discomfort because they gums or teeth makes it hard for them to even consume certain
foods. Some of the different parts of the digestive system is the esophagus, stomach, both
small and large intestine and the rectum. The parts I think cause the most comfort in people
is the stomach and and rectum/colon. In my family my sister, daughter and all three of my
nieces have problems with constipation. Our poor babies get so uncomfortable that they
stand in one spot for a significant amount of time and hide while they are trying to release
their bowels. We try to watch everything we feed them and have them all on clean diets but
always want them to enjoy being kids and enjoy good foods. Another part that I feel believe
causes discomfort is the stomach. Personally I can not eat just anything, my stomach does
not agree with a lot of diary products and real greasy foods. I actually try my hardest to
avoid those foods because I get so uncomfortable.
Some common digestive system discomfort I know of are heartburn or acid reflex and
stomach flu. I know so many who suffer from heart burn after they eat and is a daily thing
for them. I see the stomach flu a lot especially in younger children. I use to work at a
pediatric center a lot of our patients would come in for the stomach flu. Before reading on
the topic, I thought the digestive system was made of the mouth, the esophagus, stomach,
small intestines, and large intestines. To me, the most discomfort comes from the stomach
or either of the intestines. When I think of food poisoning, I think of vomiting and
diarrhoea. The stomach has to break down the food before it sends it off to our intestines.
Sometimes things don't settle there well and we end up vomiting. We can also experience
diarrhoea from things not settling well. The waste just goes through our intestines quickly.
We could also have the opposite happen and experience constipation. I am sure everyone
has gone through these more than once. I believe that this type of discomfort comes from a
poor meal. Not cooking meats to the proper temperature, poor storage of food, expired
dairy, leftover fast food, and more can cause these issues. We have to be health conscious
of what we put into our bodies. Another reason could be not having enough fiber. Fiber is
great for our digestive track, but not too many people eat enough daily. It is important to
make sure we know what is good and bad for our body for a clean and healthy digestive
system. The parts that I think cause humans the most discomfort are the stomach and the
kidneys. Kidneys can develop kidney stones, which I have never had, but I am told are
extremely painful. Stomach problems I can relate to, such as when a certain food does not
agree with me and causes stomach cramps and diarrhea. My nieces both have celiac
disease, which causes severe stomach cramping and bowel issues when they consume
gluten.
Common causes of digestive system discomfort could be overeating food or eating too
much spicy food. This can cause acid reflux or indigestion. Another common cause could
be eating foods that contain gluten if you are gluten intolerant. Food poisoning, which can
happen if food is not cooked or stored properly or from people not practicing good hygiene
when cooking or eating is also a common cause of digestive issues. The parts that I believe
belong to the digestive system is the month, esophagus, stomach, intestines and buttock. A
big issue that I have had that starts at the very beginning of digestion is the mouth. People
may sometimes have tooth issues that make it very uncomfortable to eat. Another common
issue is heartburn. Heartburn does not only affect the esophagus but can also cause stomach
upset, and if severe enough diarrhea.
Prior to working in the military, I worked in primary care for a few years. Treating
digestive issues was extremely common and would need referral to Gastroenterologist. We
noticed people has discomfort for many reasons. Some patients abused pain medication,
which caused the lining of their stomach to be almost nonexistent. We had other patients
with conditions that were found in the intestines. Cancer patients would have issues as well
given the medication that was treating their disease. Pregnancy caused digestive issues for
me as the baby grew bigger. Over time your organs are squished into places and it will
definitely cause more issues that just digestive. Some different parts of the body that I think
may belong to the digestive system are the mouth, pharynx, esophagus, stomach, small
intestine, large intestine, rectum, anus, liver, gall bladder, teeth and the pancreas to name a
few.
Parts that I think are the most common to cause humans some sort of discomfort are the
pancreas, gallbladder, liver, esophagus, small/ large intestine, the mouth and the stomach.
Some common causes of the digestive system I think might be are appendicitis caused by
the invasion of bacteria following blockage of the appendix by ulcers or fecal matter. Teeth
begin the entire process of digestion. Cavities are caused when the mouth hygiene is
handled poorly. When bile begins to back up into the liver and eventually into the rest of
the body, can cause Biliary atresia. Gallstones are caused when they block the common bile
duct. Heartburn is caused by backflow of the stomach acids in the esophagus. IBD causes
inflammation and ulceration and is the result of a defective immune system. Proper storage
and food prep play an important part of keeping the digestive system healthy.
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