Those who say "I'm full" as soon as they take a bite out of a plate in front of them should suspect these diseases and consult a doctor for a correct diagnosis.
This problem, which is more common in women, causes nausea and even vomiting when eating too much, weight loss, micronutrient and vitamin deficiencies due to a person's lack of daily calories, impaired metabolism, and problems with the body's systems.
1. Disorders of the stomach
Patients with satiety syndrome experience gastric accommodation, ie an increase in the tone of the walls of the upper compartment and a decrease in the volume of food reserves. The part of the stomach that pushes food can be slowed down and the emptying of the body can be delayed. As a result, a person feels full after eating a little.
It is the most common disease. Food stays in the stomach for a long time, is digested late, does not progress, and the illusion of satiety appears. The disease is a pathological disorder of the stomach wall muscle. Other symptoms of gastroparesis: abdominal pain, nausea, bloating, heartburn, weakness, weight loss.
Vomiting occurs when you increase the intake of food. Gastroparesis itself occurs against the background of other serious diseases: diabetes, Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, anorexia, intestinal obstruction, postoperative, bulimia, neurological diseases. People suffering from this disease are also victims of depression and stress.
3. Irritable bowel syndrome
It is a problem caused by the dense and thin intestinal wall, mucous membranes and many other causes in general.
These are spasms of the abdomen, stomach, bloating, diarrhea or constipation, anorexia, prematurity.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome is difficult to treat, often recurrent, and has negative recurrences. These patients are also nervous, tense and depressed.
4. Tumor of the abdominal organs
Anorexia, regular weight loss, changes in taste, satiety, not fasting at all may also be indicators of malignancy in the abdominal cavity and thoracic organs. Dry mouth, chronic fatigue and weakness are also signs of this.
5. Various diseases of the stomach itself
Currently, there are widespread ulcers, wounds, gastritis, reflux, hernia, etc. aiddir.
In the long-term, pathologically saturated problem, a person may face anemia, osteoporosis, muscle weakness, chronic fatigue, and brain disorders due to lack of nutrients, protein, B12, iron, folic acid, and calcium.
If vomiting, fever, or chills, chills, nausea, blood in the stool, pain, diarrhea, or constipation are present, you should see a physician or gastroenterologist first.
Blood, stool, urine analysis, vitamin, micronutrient analysis, X-ray, ultrasound, gastroendescopy and colonoscopy are performed. CT is prescribed if necessary.
(Source – Heathline, Medical News Today)
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