Food on the run, exhausting diets, sedentary lifestyles and many other faithful companions of modern life lead to sad consequences: stomachs in the gallbladder are formed on every fifth inhabitant of the planet.
The gall bladder is a temporary bile storage facility that is produced in the liver and then eaten into the intestine during eating, providing normal digestion.
When bile stagnates too much in the gallbladder, cholesterol, which is part of the chemical composition of bile, precipitates and forms sand that gradually turns into large stones (concrements). The process of stomach formation in the gall bladder can last from 5 to 20 years.
Gallstone disease is a very common chronic disease that can only be cured by surgical intervention.
Causes of stomach formation in the gallbladder
Some processes and factors can change the chemical composition of bile and cause the formation of stones: