The dysphagia is that it takes more effort and time to get food or drinks out of your mouth. Strong swallowing can also hurt your life. In some cases, the person can not swallow at all. The occasional swallowing difficulty is not to be taken for granted. Sometimes it only happens when you eat too fast or when you can not chew food properly. However, the persistent swallowing difficulty is a serious problem that needs to be treated. Dysphagia may be of any age but is more common in adults. The reasons and the treatment of swallowing may vary from person to person.
What is the indication of Dysphagia
Dysphagia (indigestions) associated signs and symptoms are as follows: pain when he swallows, swallow search, food the throat, chest or behind breast bone feeling stuck, mouth watering, hoarseness, regurgitation (back in the form of a liquid in the person's mouth for food), frequent heart burn, food acids the throat or back, unexpected loss of weight, cough or gag when he swallows.
Dysphagia may result in:
Poor nutrition and loss of fluid: Because of difficulty in swallowing, you may not get enough nutrients or fluid to feed you. Persons with swallowing difficulty are at risk for malnutrition and fluid loss.
Respiratory problems: Breathing problems or infection can occur if the food or fluid runs away while you are trying to swallow, Such as pneumonia or upper respiratory tract infections.
What are the precautions to be taken when swallowing is difficult?
Dysphagia, can not be prevented beforehand if it is caused by neurological damage or neurological diseases, but you can reduce the occasional disfajiyle by eating your food more slowly and chewing thoroughly. If gastroesophageal reflux disease is diagnosed early and effective treatment is given, disfajiyle associated with narrowing of the food intake can be prevented.