The term " dyspepsia "In the sense of an independent disease is used rarely.
The term "dyspepsia" refers to diseases of the gastrointestinal tract of a functional nature in children. This is about a state where the composition and volume of food do not match the ability of the baby to digest it because of the lack of the required amount of enzymes.
Simple (non-toxic), or alimentary, dyspepsia is one of the clinical forms of dyspepsia in children. It is characterized by anxiety, poor appetite, diarrhea and delayed body weight gain.
In adults, the concept of "alimentary dyspepsia" includes a set of symptoms characteristic of digestive disorders. Prolonged dyspepsia can lead to enteritis and enterocolitis. At the same time, these diseases can also lead to intestinal dyspepsia.
Alimentary dyspepsia is subdivided into three types: fermentation, rot and fat.
If a person loves sweet, in large quantities eating buns, candies and cookies, drinking it all with fruit juice or sweet tea, then his companion may be fermentative dyspepsia.
It can also develop with excessive consumption of legumes, cabbage, fresh sweet fruits, kvass. At fermentative dyspepsia the patient is tormented by bloating, gurgle. Defecation - several times a day, emptying watery. In the analysis of feces, there is a large amount of fiber, starch, organic acids and dicotyledonous microflora.
Rotting dyspepsia develops from admirers of meat dishes, especially from greasy and heavy sorts of meat that is difficult to digest. It also threatens those who do not carefully monitor the shelf life of meat products.
With this dyspepsia, the patient also suffers from diarrhea. The color of the emptying is dark, it has a rotten smell. Man does not want to eat, he feels bad, gets tired quickly.
This type of dyspepsia usually develops in people who eat a large amount of animal fats (excluding butter). Pork or mutton fat may be damaged in the digestion. For fatty dyspepsia feces of whitish color. If it is examined, then it will be a large number of fatty acids and undiluted fat in the form of balls.
In addition to the above three forms of dyspepsia, there is also pancreatic dyspepsia, which does not apply to alimentary, but very common.
It is a consequence of pancreatic dysfunction. The pancreas produces insufficient digestive enzymes. At the same time, food can not normally be absorbed by the body. The patient feels bloating, gurgle in the stomach, pain in the stomach, he has an aversion to food.
To prevent dyspepsia, a large number of biologically active additives has been developed. They can serve as a wonderful addition to the course of treatment.