A significant consequence of atrophic gastritis is hypochlorhydria and achlorhyria, which in turn may have the following effects on physiology (Howden & Hunt, 1987; Modlin et al., 1994):
1) Increased microbial enteric infections and small intestinal bacterial overgrowth.
2) Increase in intestinal permeability resulting from malabsorption and/or bacterial overgrowth or alteration of gastric mucosa architecture as a result of low acidity levels.
3) Nutrient malabsorption.
Yes, Achlorhydria would have an effect on the digestive process. The decreased acid level itself can cause symptoms similar to acid reflux, and impairs protein digestion by inhibiting the activation of the enzyme pepsin, whose activation is dependent upon a low gastric pH. Low acid levels in the stomach can cause bacterial overgrowth (as the stomach does not kill microbes normally present in food), which can manifest as diarrhea or decreased absorption of nutrients or vitamins. Risk of particular infections is increased. Even without bacterial overgrowth, low stomach acid can lead to nutritional deficiencies through mal-absorption of basic electrolytes. A person with achlorhydria can suffer from stomach pains caused by the digestion of food that is not properly broken down by gastric acid.
Achlorhydria is the absence of hydrochloric acid in the stomach.
Hormones cause a physiological effect on the body. While the mind is trying to function, the body is changing, and that causes confusion.
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I believe that the effect of training when your equipped with physiological variables is that it causes your body to not understand what the problems are within your body so therefore your body make tell you that your not tired or exausted or in pain when you're really in seriouse pain. This can cause lifelong injuries that'll be with you for the rest of your life. Hoped it helped I just guessed! : )
patient with achlorhydria >>> increase in the PH in the stomach >>> so aspirin dissolve rapidly in high PH .
Physically what happens
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The body's limits.
How does our physiological state or body condition affect our behavior