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Re: Something's stuck


This problem will pass in time. The pain you are suffering at the moment will subside but it may return for a few more days, but hopefully not for too long. Drink plenty or clean water, eat bland stewed food and exercise by walking which aids the digestive system.

Why exactly this occurs for some of us is exactly known. There are many theories but back spinal pain and injury are common, Also the long term use of medication.

Biochemically, it is thought that the bile pool (the amount of bile within oneself) is low. Consequently, after liver-flushing it takes longer for the metabolism to settle down and the result is a cramping sensation in the position you describe. This cramping may be cause by a spasm in the gallbladder and it is very unpleasant. It often follows 4 hours after eating and can be eased by a food combining diet. Stewed foods appear to give less problems that fresh and raw foods which tend to sit in the stomach. The digestive system appears to run too fast or too slow.

This makes liver-flushing difficult and a greater time between flushes may be helpful

The yellow diarrhoea indicates fast transit through the gut.

Gastro-Intestinal Neurasthenia Disorder is an old name for a condition where Gastric disturbances are the chief characteristics. Hyperacidity, waterbrash, nausea, exceptionally retching, and vomiting. People with this condition sleeps poorly, has unpleasant dreams, and develops an irritable disposition. There is flatulency, rumbling of the bowels, constipation may alternated with diarrhoea, and a sense of weight or soreness over the abdomen.

 

 
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