Researchers at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, USA, compared 820 healthy people and patients with one of three cancers (esophageal cancer, stomach cancer, adenocarcinoma) and pointed out that people who often feel hot in the stomach It is likely to have common esophageal cancer.
According to the study published in the New England Journal, people who have at least one heartburn or nausea every week are 8 times more likely to have esophageal cancer than others. The possibility of stomach cancer is other people’s 2 Times.
Heartburn is a burning pain in the upper abdomen or lower chest. People often associate it with spicy food or overeating. The nausea is a symptom of the acid reflux in the stomach to the esophagus. Doctors suspect that irritating acids can cause changes in cells and lead to the most serious esophageal and adenocarcinomas. The more frequent and severe this symptom occurs, the greater the likelihood of esophageal cancer. If the symptoms are mild, there is a greater likelihood of stomach cancer.
James Luktil, a specialist in thoracic surgery at the University of Pittsburgh, said that although some antacids can alleviate the symptoms of heartburn, they do not prevent bile and other stomach substances from entering the esophagus. Chronic irritation and inflammation are carcinogenic to several tissues. Animal studies have shown that bile reflux is a factor in esophageal cancer. Experts believe that high attention must be paid to heartburn. It is recommended that people with severe heartburn should be treated aggressively to restore the esophagus to health, not just to relieve stomach upset.
Research says that burning sensation in the stomach may be an early symptom of the disease
Generally, when we feel a burning sensation in the stomach, we always think that it is too spicy, or too much, too fast. In fact, recent scientific research in the United States has found that the burning sensation in the stomach is likely to be an early symptom of many diseases, including esophageal cancer with a high incidence.
For many years, Charles often felt hot in the stomach, but he always thought it was caused by his bad lifestyle and eating habits. Recently, however, after an endoscopy, the doctor found that Charles had a small hole in the end of the esophagus, which caused the acidic liquid in the stomach to flow back into his esophagus, causing severe damage to the inner layer of the esophagus. Unlike the normal pale pink esophagus, Charles’s esophagus is red and swollen. This condition is medically known as the Barrett Esophagus and is a sign of early esophageal cancer . Currently in the United States, there are more than 14,000 new cases of esophageal cancer each year. Doctors said that people with chronic heartburn have a higher risk of esophageal cancer. It is recommended that people with symptoms of heartburn for more than 5 years should promptly perform esophageal endoscopy to prevent esophageal cancer early.