Gall-Bladder Disorders

Gall-Bladder DisordersWhat are Gall Bladder Disorders?

Gall bladder disorders are those conditions that tend to cause problems to the normal functioning of the gall bladder. These often arise when the gall bladder is overworked and could no longer function properly.

The gall bladder is the organ that is located right beneath the liver that stores the bile. Bile is one important component in the digestive process of the body. It helps the body to absorb fats. It is also vital for the absorption of fat-soluble vitamins namely, Vitamins A, D, E, and K. Calcium and minerals absorption are likewise aided by the bile.

One of the most common problems that affect the gall bladder is the formation of gallstones. These are fine particles that accumulate in the gall bladder, which tend to grow bigger with the passage of time. Females are more prone to suffering from gallstones compared to males.

 

What Causes Gall Bladder Disorders?

There are various causes of gall bladder problems. Usually, it would depend on the disorder. If you look at gallstones, which is the most common problem, the cause is attributed to the varying levels of cholesterol and bile salts, which actually goes back to having an improperdiet. A change in the amount of cholesterol and bile salts in the bile, has been pinpointed as the primary cause of the formation of gallstones. Gallstone formation could also happen when the lining of the gall bladder gets irritated.

Some known causes of various gall bladder disorders are:

  • Excessive carbohydrates and fats intake
  • Hereditary factors
  • Bad posture
  • Stress
  • Spinal displacement
  • Muscular tenson

 

Diagnosis, Signs and Symptoms of Gall Bladder Disorders

Here are some signs and symptoms that you need to watch out for:

  • Indigestion
  • Nausea
  • Constipation
  • Problems with vision
  • Dizziness
  • Anaemia
  • Jaundice
  • Acne
  • Haemorrhoids
  • Varicose veins
  • Intolerance to fats
  • Breakdown of capillaries

 

Remedies, Treatment and Cure for Gall Bladder Disorders

In the case of gallstones, if these have become really large, then surgery would be needed. But if the gallstones are still small, they can be cleared through natural methods.

 

Diet for Gall Bladder Disorders

  • Fasting could help in clearing acute gallstones. A 3-day fast could very much help patients suffering from this. Water must be taken the whole time that a patient undergoes fasting.
  • After fasting, an intake of lemon, carrots, grapefruit, and grape juice will be needed.
  • Eat more vegetables. They could either be raw or cooked.
  • If you have the time, make some fresh vegetable juice. The body absorbs nutrients at a much faster rate when food is taken in liquid form.
  • One tablespoon of olive oil, taken two times a day will be beneficial too.
  • Yogurt is also one good food for those suffering from gall bladder disorders.
  • Cottage cheese must be taken as well.
  • Avoid foods that are processed like canned goods and other foods that are high in preservatives.
  • Avoid meats, eggs, and animal fats.
  • Also try to avoid refined carbohydrates, most especially sugar products, soft drinks, ice-cream, and coffee.
  • Try to eat small meals instead of whole large-sized meals thrice a day. For breakfast, you could have some fresh fruit and some bread. Then you can have some fresh fruit juice afterwards. When lunchtime comes, one vegetable soup and one salad serving will be just right. For dinner, baked potato, buttermilk, and some vegetable oil will do just fine.

 

Exercise for Gall Bladder Disorders

  • You need to do some exercises in order to make sure that your body is constantly active. If you lead a sedentary life, your gall bladder becomes lazy too and you could suffer from indigestion, which would ultimately lead to the formation of gallstones.
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