The pancreas is in the upper tummy and lies behind the stomach and intestines. It secretes enzymes that help you digest food and regulates how your body breaks down sugars.
It has an exocrine function because it releases juices into ducts, and it has an endocrine function because it releases juices directly into the bloodstream.
Chronic pancreatitis is the progressive disorder linked with the destruction of the pancreas. Individuals with chronic pancreatitis can have permanent damage to their pancreas.
Western countries have estimated an annual incidence rate of 5-12/100,000 individuals who will develop the disorder.
Chronic pancreatitis is more common in men and it usually develops in individuals between 30 and 40 years of age.
- vomiting or nausea;
- fatty or oily stools;
- some patients suffer constant abdominal pain;
- chronic weight loss.
Approximately 70% of cases are associated with alcohol consumption. According to the National Health Service, UK, long-term alcoholic misuse that usually causes this disease consists of about 10 to 15 years of 10 units of alcohol daily or more.
This happens when the body’s immune system attacks its own body. Some common diseases which are generally considered autoimmune include:
- systemic lupus erythematosus;
- rheumatoid arthritis;
- multiple sclerosis;
- inflammatory bowel disease;
- Graves’ disease;
- diabetes mellitus type 1;
- celiac disease.
Triglycerides are one component of the overall blood cholesterol, that also includes high-density lipoproteins, or HDL, and low-density lipoproteins, or LDL. Having high triglycerides regularly can lead to CP.
It is known to be linked with the progression of both chronic and acute pancreatitis.
Cystic fibrosis is a disorder which affects mostly the lungs, but also the liver, pancreas, kidneys, and intestine.
Also, individuals with cystic fibrosis have a higher than normal level of salt in their sweat.
Blockage of the tubes that drain enzymes from the pancreas.
Injury to the pancreas.
No cause is found in around 2 out of 10 cases of chronic pancreatitis.
A doctor might require many of the following to diagnose the disorder, including:
- CT scans;
- plain abdominal x-rays;
- physical examination;
- magnetic resonance cholangiopancreatography (MRCP);
- magnetic resonance imaging (MRI);
- a record of personal medical history;
- endoscopic ultrasound;
- blood tests;
- computed tomography (CT scan);
- stool test;
- a secretin stimulation test.
Spiritual Causes of Chronic Pancreatitis
The pancreas is related to the aspects of intellect, obsession or mental fixation with perfectionism.
In addition, it represents your capacity to digest the sweetness of life. Also, it is known to strongly impact the genital system.
Indirectly, it may have a small influence on the problems that can occur over the central part of the body.
The pancreas is governed by the 3rd chakra. This chakra is sometimes called the solar plexus chakra. It is located along your spine about 2 to 3 inches above your belly button.
When the 3rd chakra is weak, we live in a place of insecurity and relate to the world from our ego.
According to some spiritual teachers, the projections of the ego are influenced by this organ. Strong and healthy solar plexus chakra reflects the capacity to move forward in life with power and confidence.
Additionally, it reflects the capacity to make conscious choices to choose and to act.
Eat A Low-Fat Diet
Diet plays a major role in preventing and recovering from pancreatitis.
Patients with this condition need to be careful about the amount of fat (animal or vegetable) they consume because their pancreas function has become compromised.
Some studies suggest that increasing your intake of antioxidants (found in green vegetables, legumes, and fruits) may help protect against this disease or alleviate symptoms of the condition.
Stop Drinking Alcohol
According to statistics, about 7 out of 10 cases of CP are due to long-term heavy drinking.
Giving up drinking will help prevent further damage to the pancreas.
Moreover, it will also contribute notably towards relieving the pain. Some individuals may need professional help to quit alcohol.
It may increase your chance of having pancreatitis. In people with this condition, smoking also increases the risk of developing pancreatic cancer.
”My life is sweet.”
”I am totally safe and surrounded by light, love, peace, and joy.”
”I have abundant energy and a strong healthy pancreas.”
”Divine healing energy is flowing through my body.”
”I allow my body to manifest perfect health.”
References https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1413444/ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5507364/ https://www.bmj.com/content/361/bmj.k2126
Tuesday 17th of November 2020
I am going to get my pancreas checked out many of both the physical and the spiritual symptoms seem to fit. Thank You I like the way you blended the physical and the spiritual aspects.