Everyone gets a stomachache now and again. Maybe you’re hungry, or maybe you ate too much, or something didn’t agree with you. Other times, it might be a symptom of a stomach virus, or even a sign of stress and anxiety.
Other times, it’s an indication that something might be up with one or more of your organs.
How do you tell the difference?
Well, depending on where the pain is located, you can actually tell quite a bit, such as what organs are being affected, and what can be done about it. Different causes will cause different types of pain, but pinpointing the location will help narrow down the cause.
If you notice that your stomach pains typically occur in the same place, it t might be a sign that you should get that area, and its corresponding organs, checked out to make sure nothing serious is going on.
It might also mean that you may need to make some adjustments to your diet, habits, and exercise to help clear up any issues.
As always, get a professional opinion (or two!) before taking any treatment actions and to determine exactly what’s happening inside your body.
Check out what each section of your abdomen is trying to tell you when it aches.
Thumbnail Photo: Doctor Oz
Abdominal Pain Is Very Common