in General Discussion Thu Aug 03, 2017 12:06 pm
by zera mite • 1 Post

This opening opens and closes, thereby equalizing air pressure in the middle ear to that of the outside atmosphere, so that sound conduction takes place properly. The pharynx, and all the major functions it performs, is a crucial part of the body. It coordinates both inspiration and swallowing while eating, and the help of a flap called epiglottis. If this coordination is missing, choking and aspiration can occur, which are fatal conditions. When this pharynx gets infected, we suffer from sore throat conditions like pharyngitis, which is nothing but inflammation of the pharynx. No wonder, Most people donít think much about the food they eat once itís swallowed, except perhaps to regret the occasional binge. The process of digestion is actually quite fascinating - your body is basically a factory that uses food as a raw material to produce energy and cellular building materials. Understanding the process gives you an insight into why certain foods may not agree and you, and it helps you make better food choices. Like any machine, your body only functions at optimum levels if itís well-maintained. Digestion actually begins as soon as the food hits your tongue. Chewing breaks the food into smaller pieces to allow digestive to work more efficiently on a larger surface area. Chewing also triggers the release of saliva, which contains an called amylase. Amylase begins breaking carbohydrates down into glucose, a basic sugar. You can taste amylase at work - chew a bite of white bread for a minute or two, and it will begin to taste sweet as the starch becomes sugar. After you swallow, the food travels down through the esophagus to your stomach, which serves as a sort of processing tank. Because you eat faster than your stomach empties, the stomach must be able to store food while it processes.

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