Health Issues Related to the Digestive System and Eating Habits

 
 
9.7 Health Issues Related to the Digestive System and Eating Habits
 
  • Gastric bypass is one of the treatments recommended by specialist doctors to lose weight in addition to diet management and regular exercise programs.
  • Gastric bypass involved reducing the size of the stomach by using the surgery method.
  • Short-term side effects of surgery include acid reflux, nausea, vomiting, enlarged esophagus, and risk of infection.
  • Long-term side effects include dizziness, low sugar levels, malnutrition, stomach ulcer, and digestive problems
 

Health issues related to eating habits:

  • Gastritis: Inflammation and damage to the stomach epithelial layer caused by the action of hydrochloric acid.
  • Anorexia nervosa: An eating disorder whereby an individual always restricts him or herself from eating as they have a strong desire to be thin.
  • Bulimia nervosa: An eating disorder characterized by excessive food intake followed by vomiting.
  • Muscle dysmorphia: A psychological disorder whereby an individual always feels that he or she is too small and underdevelop.
 

Health Issues Related to the Digestive System and Eating Habits

 
 
9.7 Health Issues Related to the Digestive System and Eating Habits
 
  • Gastric bypass is one of the treatments recommended by specialist doctors to lose weight in addition to diet management and regular exercise programs.
  • Gastric bypass involved reducing the size of the stomach by using the surgery method.
  • Short-term side effects of surgery include acid reflux, nausea, vomiting, enlarged esophagus, and risk of infection.
  • Long-term side effects include dizziness, low sugar levels, malnutrition, stomach ulcer, and digestive problems
 

Health issues related to eating habits:

  • Gastritis: Inflammation and damage to the stomach epithelial layer caused by the action of hydrochloric acid.
  • Anorexia nervosa: An eating disorder whereby an individual always restricts him or herself from eating as they have a strong desire to be thin.
  • Bulimia nervosa: An eating disorder characterized by excessive food intake followed by vomiting.
  • Muscle dysmorphia: A psychological disorder whereby an individual always feels that he or she is too small and underdevelop.