Complications disability esophagus by Kyle Leon

Kyle Leon – Complications disability esophagus

Disease scleroderma causes malfunction of smooth muscle of the esophagus. This leads to the failure of peristaltic movement and function of the lower esophageal sphincter.

Therefore occur as swallowing difficulties swallowing solid foods and liquids.

This involvement brings further complications. The most common cause of infectious diseases of the esophagus is fungal (mushrooms).

Candida alb cans – a typical designer – Kyle Leon – is part of an otherwise normal oral flora. If circumstances arise that support fungal overgrowth of bacteria, there is a typical fungal disease – candidiasis.

Overgrowth hub supports antibiotic with a broad spectrum, particularly tetracycline, high levels of glucose in the saliva (such as diabetes), impaired cellular immunity (condition after chemotherapy, leukemia, etc.) and stasis in the esophagus. It is to that occurs when.

Disability when the lower esophageal sphincter occurs lining of the esophagus by stomach acid.

Treatment should be individually determined by a specialist doctor
– Internist.

Treatment regimen
Total diet:

Eat more often, less regularly, eating more boiled and steamed.
To modify the intestinal micro flora is advisable to consume quality yogurt with live cultures of beneficial bacteria.

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