A complicated, highly specialized network makes up the nervous system. Our nervous system organizes, explains, and connects us to the environment through senses like sight, smell, walking, and speech.
They control a wide range of vital physical processes, including memory, perception, language, movement, swallowing, breathing, and even bowel and bladder operations.
A neurological disorder, however, can result from a problem with a specific component of the nervous system. Numerous people may be unaware they have one of the millions of neurological problems that impact people every year.
Neurological disorders that affect the stomach are conditions that impact the nerves that control the muscles of the digestive system. These disorders can cause a range of symptoms, including nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, and constipation. Let’s talk about different types of disorders that affect the stomach:
Dr. Navin Tiwari