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The leaky gut syndrome, also known as intestinal permeability, is a state of the body in which the epithelial cells that link the digestive tract are damaged and are not able to provide the tight barrier function that they are designed for.
If you experience bad breath despite brushing and flossing every day, then there is a chance that the bad breath is not coming from your mouth. There could be some other underlying health issue related to your stomach. In case there is an imbalance between the good and the harmful bacteria in your gut then your stomach problems can cause bad breath.
Stomach flu is the common term for viral gastroenteritis. It is a highly contagious intestinal infection. Stomach flu symptoms are intestinal cramps, diarrhea, dehydration, nausea, vomiting, etc. You can try home remedies, such as BRAT diet, Caraway tea, ginger, peppermint tea, to get symptomatic relief.
Diarrhea is a frequent passage of loose, watery, soft stools. Diarrhea symptoms are abdominal bloating, pain, pressure & cramps. Diarrhea can occur due to bacterial or fungal infection. Popular home remedies for diarrhea includes stay hydrated, drink tea, eat vegetables like asparagus, carrot, etc.
The stomach ulcer is a type of peptic ulcer disease. The mucus barrier of the stomach guards it against the acidic juices, and whenever there is an imbalance, stomach ulcer happens. Stomach ulcer symptoms include burning sensation or pain in stomach, vomiting, altered stool, bloating, heartburn, etc.
We have all suffered from bloating and flatulence at some time in our lives. It occurs due to fermentation in the digestive tract. Stress, food allergy or lack of enzymes are some of the common triggers that cause this abdominal issue. It is sometimes confused with water retention. However, bloating refers to excessive amounts of solids, liquids or gas in the digestive system.
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