GIT Disorders

Your health depends profusely on the functioning of your body organs. That is why when some problems occur in your body systems then your health starts deteriorating even when you keep doing exercises regularly. The best way to keep yourself healthy is by choosing a good lifestyle and learning more about the health problems faced by you. So, if you are someone who frequently faces the problem of constipation, gastritis, etc. then you need to learn about GIT Disorders and its treatments.

What are GIT Disorders?
Acronym of Gastrointestinal Tract Disorders, GIT problems is related to the issues that pop up in your gastrointestinal tract or GI or the GI tract. This GI tract includes all the organs that fall between mouth and anus, such as the esophagus, stomach, both large and small intestines, etc. Together with your pancreas, gallbladder, and liver, the GI tract makes your digestive system. Therefore, from stimulation of hormone to its absorption all become important of GI Tract and when affected adversely all these things could lead to GIT disorders.

What are the common GIT Disorders?

There are several types of GIT disorders that can occur, but the most common ones are:


Constipation is a serious problem which is taken most lightly in our society. Once it becomes chronic then it really becomes difficult to resolve. Technically, constipation is a disorder in which you struggle to have a regular and smooth bowel movement or the passing of stools. Your motion becomes irregular and infrequent and can lead to many other serious problems if not cured on time, such as fissures, haemorrhoids, and other anal problems.

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
Irritable bowel syndrome is another GIT disorder which is also known as a nervous stomach, spastic colon, or irritable colon because in this your colon functioning gets disturbed. In fact, in the people suffering from IBS, their colon muscle contracts more often and sometimes even emotional stress can be instrumental in triggering IBS. This problem must also be addressed in the initial stage as if not taken seriously can lead to some severe damage to your colon permanently.

Peptic ulcers
Due to excessive intake of spicy foods and stress, the chances of having Peptic ulcers get increased. Basically, these are open sores which develop in the inside lining of not only your stomach (gastric ulcers) but also in the upper portion of the small intestine (Duodenal ulcers).

The infection with the bacterium Helicobacter pylori, which is also known as H. pylori or the long-term use of certain drugs like aspirin and NSAIDs (nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) like Advil, Aleve, etc. can cause peptic ulcers.

In colitis, the inflammation to the inner lining of the colon occurs that result due to infection or due to inflammatory bowel diseases. This problem if not resolved can lead to rectal bleeding, abdominal cramps, etc.

Liver Disease
According to Ayurveda, There is a different type of digestive fires in the body, which is called as 'Agni' and 'pitta' in Ayurveda. The liver is a fiery organ, hot spicy food, caffeine, alcohol, tobacco etc are not good for the liver. These things increase liver diseases.

As of now, you must have understood that GIT disorders is not very complicated and can lead to many health problems. Therefore, you must seek Ayurvedic help as soon as possible if you have any type of such disorders.

DJI Ayurveda & Panchakarma Hospital is the best place to contact in case you are having GIT disorder and you will receive the most effective Ayurvedic treatments here at an affordable price.