Browsing: Digestive Health

The page provides quick access to a list of common gastro-intestinal tract diseases, syndromes, health conditions, and other topics of health importance. The list is organized alphabetically. Links are provided to respective diseases sections that serve as a comprehensive and ultimate guide about the disease or health condition.

Some people experience certain gastrointestinal (GI) symptoms on a regular basis, such as heartburn, indigestion/dyspepsia, bloating and constipation. These symptoms may occur due to various digestive problems. Depending upon the condition, the gastrointestinal disease (GI disease) may be acute or chronic. The best way to prevent occurrence of any such disease is exercising on a regular basis and have a healthy diet.

Healthcare professionals indicate such prevalent occurrence of gastric diseases throughout the world, across all age groups. This is due to improper diet, obesity, gastroenteritis, inflammatory bowel disease, various gastric cancers and ulcers. Some doctors believe that digestive disorders occur due to malabsorption disorders and lack of gastric microbiome in an individual.

Gastrointestinal disorders include conditions such as constipation, irritable bowel syndrome, diverticular diseases, colitis, piles, gall stones and colon cancer, which are extremely common. These lead to inefficient digestion and absorption of nutrients in the body, causing severe effects in growth and development of an individual. Constipation and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) are two most widespread gastric diseases.

Exercise for Hemorrhoids

Exercise for hemorrhoids is one of the beneficial remedies to treat hemorrhoids. They maintain and prevent occurrence of hemorrhoids. Yoga and kegel exercises strengthen the pelvic and anal muscles of your body and provide long-term relief.

Gallstones without a gallbladder image

It is possible to develop gallstones without you having a gallbladder. The presence of gallstones in the common bile duct is known as choledocholithiasis. These types of stones can also be found in cystic duct and common hepatic duct. They are commonly known as bile duct stones or gallstones in the bile duct.