Abdominal discomfort can be caused by many reasons. One of them is the vagus nerve, which is a major nerve pathway. In your digestive system, impulses are transmitted through the vagus nerve. Its role in controlling the release of gastric acid and enzymes has made it the culprit of indigestion, although it is rare.
span= "article-image inner-caption-class"> nervous tension may lead to chronic indigestion. (Picture: Antonio Diaz/iStock/Getty Images)
Dyspepsia --- When a meal does not seem to pass through the gastrointestinal tract properly, you will have a feeling of swelling and discomfort --- which arises from a variety of reasons. Overeating, overeating, food poisoning and food allergies are just a few possible causes of occasional indigestion. Chronic indigestion may be caused by undiagnosed food intolerance, esophageal or peptic ulcer, gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), or a variety of neuromuscular diseases. Chronic indigestion can be quite serious, so it's important to discuss the condition with your doctor. The nerve transmission impulse of
pinching was interpreted as sensation by the brain. In the case of nerve compression --- nerves that transmit impulses incompletely or incompletely due to the contraction of nerve bundles --- these sensations may produce sensations of burning or pain without corresponding causes of discomfort. True nerve pinch injuries usually occur where nerve bundles pass through narrow channels, such as the carpal canal of the wrist or the sciatic nerve groove of the pelvis, but any nerve limitation caused by injury can also be called nerve pinch injuries. Even if the digestive process is normal, stimulation or contraction of the visceral nerves can cause stomach discomfort and feel like indigestion. Gastroparesis is a special nerve injury, which refers to the slow or stop of food movement in the digestive system. Vagus nerve damage caused by surgery, injury or complications caused by diabetes can lead to partial or total gastroparesis. Some drugs can also cause temporary gastroparesis. Drugs that affect smooth muscle tissue, such as muscle relaxants or anesthetics, can cause gastroparesis-related dyspepsia. Your doctor can diagnose gastroparesis after ultrasonography, endoscopy or other necessary examinations.
Indicative pain is when your brain feels pain from injury or disease in a healthy part of the body far from the pain. A typical example of finger pain or ectopic pain is left arm pain during a heart attack. Gallbladder disease can be called shoulder pain. Compression of the dorsal nerve may cause abdominal discomfort due to indigestion.