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Sunday, March 28, 2010

Anger and Displeasure Events Negatively Effect on Your Digestive System



Mental thinking and body system has deep relation with each other. Ascending and Descending of Mental thought develops condition of restlessness, which specifically causes harm to the digestive system. This is why experts emphasize on keeping healthy atmosphere while eating. If any displeasure event occurs during eating, it primarily effects negatively on our digestive system.

The upper part of stomach feels unknown restlessness due to negative effect of displeasure event. Sometimes, it causes vomiting or leads to motions. Appetite vanishes and brain feels dizziness. Students must have felt these conditions during exams. These conditions are seen more obvious in children than elders.

In chores of daily life, emotional ups and down or in the presence of anger or fear, badly effects the excretion of stomach enzymes, provision of blood and stimulating of stomach.

The stomach cells becomes sensitive, sometimes pain is felt and causes indigestion. Excess of physical or mental work, lack of rest, fatigue, lack of proper sleep, lack of proper food also  effect digestive system negatively.


Likewise, pain in any part of body, tension, worry also effect the performance of stomach. As a result, the disease of diarrhoea is seen. Experts exemplify this condition as nervous stomach.

In order to save the digestive system from harm, it is necessary to cultivate habit of moderation. Act strictly upon health rules and specially keep the mind free from all pressures and worries at the time of eating so as to keep the digestive system in order.


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