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?


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.