Irritable Bowel Syndrome Irritable Bowel

Colon   The digestive system of more devices that are exposed to various diseases and the small intestine and the large part of this device sensitive and precise, and is found in the intestines approximately (100,000,000) receptor neurons lining the walls of the intestine from the inside, and the vast number of nerve receptors is the same number found in the brain so sometimes called the digestive system name (brain II), and the presence of this number of nerve receptors not in vain need for this nervous system in order to do its job to the fullest, ken drew

 

The food is in the intestine happen to him many of the interactions, and the movement that passes by and moves through the intestines is not a movement Random or unusual, when a malfunction in the nervous system of the intestine problems occur then, the most prominent of these problems and the most common irritable bowel syndrome in the next lines explains what Irritable Bowel Syndrome and the mechanism of occurrence of symptoms.

What is Irritable Bowel Syndrome?

Irritable bowel syndrome is ill-functional temporary digestive system when certain situations; This means very briefly that the walls of the colon completely intact but suffered from erratic in their work and function called irritable bowel terms, inter alia, colon raised and colon convulsive and irritation of the colon and bowel but famous among the public simply as “colon” in his name, and when doctors scientific “irritable bowel syndrome” in English (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) and Science (IBS).

What is the mechanism of irritable bowel syndrome?

From the above it is clear that IBS does not mean that the patient is suffering from the problem of membership in the digestive tract, but a malfunction in the walls of the colon. DiseaseLessReviewScam.Com

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