Anatomical differences, a reason

Women are more likely to suffer from abdominal inflammation, generated both by physical-physiological and hormonal issues, since they have about 10 cm more of intestine and retain more fluids during their fertile period, according to specialists of the Women's Digestive Center in Washington DC .

The pelvis of women and men have different forms; they present an excess of colon (up to 10 cm more) that must be accommodated above other organs, such as the uterus and fallopian tubes, so that your digestive tract has a different process than theirs and abdominal inflammation is generated so frequent

 

Anatomical differences, a reason

These anatomical differences, according to Robynne Chutkan, gastroenterologist and founder of the Center , the anatomical differences with respect to the colon, as well as the redundancy present in women (turns and turns of the intestine to accommodate) are the main causes that they suffer more from abdominal inflammation, but they are not the only ones.

In addition to irritable bowel syndrome, women are frequent victims of abdominal inflammation due to the reaction generated by certain foods, including chewing gum, as well as that caused by antibiotics and stress.

 

Hormones cause inflammation

Hormone fluctuations during a woman's menstrual cycle are a common cause of an inflamed belly, largely because during ovulation, the ovaries produce more progesterone, which in turn tends to relax the abdominal muscles and the pelvic floor .

The muscles in the intestine also relax, which means that they are less efficient in mobilizing food throughout the intestine. The clearest consequences are both inflammation and constipation.

Prevent abdominal inflammation and enjoy a flat stomach not only depends on a balanced diet rich in fiber and natural water, but it is also important to know for themselves, how is your abdominal and ventral anatomy.


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