Chinese New Year dinner protects the “first pass” of the digestive tract
For the Chinese New Year holiday dinner, to protect the “first pass” of the digestive tract for another year, this is the most distinctive traditional festival in China.
During the Spring Festival holiday, the most inevitable is the gathering of family and friends to eat and drink.
The esophagus, which is the “first pass” of the digestive tract, is often “injured”.
According to doctors, among esophageal diseases, the most common are esophagitis and foreign bodies in the esophagus.
With the improvement of people’s living standards, people’s dietary structure has changed a lot, and they are no longer worried.
On the contrary, because of a series of bad eating habits such as long-term drinking of hard alcohol, smoking, hard food, overheating, and eating too fast, and obesity and other reasons, the incidence of gastric acid reflux to the esophagus has increased, making the incidence of esophageal diseases constant.rise.
If you want your esophagus to be healthy, you must take good care of it.
The doctor tells you a few health points: First, for nut foods, you must chew them fully, bite and grind them before swallowing, and try not to swallow sharp foods such as shrimp shells.
2. Don’t eat hot food. In winter, everyone likes hot pot and spicy food, but you must consider the tolerance of the esophagus to high temperature. Many people think that their teeth can withstand some extreme temperatures.Just swallow those foods, you must know that the esophagus is more fragile, it is really “can’t hurt”.
Third, the small wine is happy, drinking too much will hurt you, especially the high-grade liquor, drinking too much and panic, in fact, is hurting the esophagus.
Drink alcohol, drink as little as possible, and lower your degree.
Fourth, overeating will also hurt the esophagus.
That’s because overeating can make the gastric juice and acid reflux, but the esophagus can’t tolerate the acidic gastric juice. Over time, it will produce a burning sensation behind the sternum, pain or obstruction when swallowing.
In severe cases, dysphagia can occur.