Strong pain on the left, a first sign that you may have problems with the pancreas. What other signs you should send to your doctor
Pancreas is a very important organ located behind the stomach. What are the signs of having pancreatic problems?
Pancreas produces enzymes that help digestion and synthesize insulin.
Pancreatitis is a disease of the pancreas that consists of a rapid inflammation of the glandular tissue with degenerative changes, due to the excessive activation of the enzymes and their pouring into the pancreatic tissue, which it gradually destroys. The disease may occur after other maladies: hepatobiliary (hepatitis, jaundice, biliary lithiasis, cholecystitis), gastroduodenal (penetrating ulcers) or infectious diseases (epidemic parotiditis, typhoid fever).
Most often, the disease is triggered by copious meals, with fatty foods and excess alcoholic beverages (over 100 ml daily for long periods), excess tobacco, coffee and drugs. Organophosphorus insecticides, ericum lupus and excess drugs (paracetamol, salicylates, tetracycline, erythromycin) are very dangerous.
How do you realize you have a problem with the pancreas?
- When you have biliary calculi (stones at the choleric level) it may be a sign that you have problems with the pancreas
- When you chaotic food and do not respect any diet, you have an unhealthy lifestyle
- Immune immune system
- They suffer from metabolic problems
- The level of triglycerides is high
- You had previous problems with the pancreas
- Abdominal pain on the left
- Pain pronounced after you have eaten
- Sleep and nausea
- Headaches not very strong, but high frequency
- Fatigue is a common symptom
What you can do to counteract these symptoms
- Say goodbye to tobacco
- No refined sugar and processed meal
- Eat smart – make a meal program (3 meals + 2 snacks)
- Natural juices, not those in the trade
- Eats more fiber
- Take care of your figure – obesity does not help you in any way, especially if you have problems with the pancreas.