Simon Rabinowitz Ph.D MD Pediatric GI discusses belly pain and school. Chairman Department of Pediatric Richmond University Medical Center
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Interviewer: How the one you mentioned, I can in every year. September the first week, you know what that is? It’s cool often. Interviewee: That’s I disagree, I absolutely disagree with that. Interviewer: I say it’s real, I say it’s real. Interviewee: It is real; it’s absolutely its real. Why is it real? Its real for two reasons, number one because of the anxiety related to school there is some increase in acid peptic disease. Number two, dyspepsia and irritable bowel when I have the families that is that when you’re lying on the beach enjoying your summer vacation and you have your new boyfriend and world is great you can eat a lot of different food that you never thought you could, when you are studying for you final and you just broken up with your boyfriend because you working so hard for school and pulling your hair out those same foods that you ate in the summer they are going to close you a lot of symptoms. What we need here, always realize is that the way that the brain the essential nervous system works is by many different cells sending messages to each other so that they can coordinate activities. The second largest of nerves in the whole body is where in the digestive system is called the enteric nervous system and the same exact chemicals that send the messages at the brain are use by the enteric nervous system so it’s absolutely a still over. And I stay to everybody, no matter come you are when you get in front of the big audience of people and everyone is listing to what you have to say and your reputation is on the line you been to have what you call butterflies. And the other extreme is that the kid who hasn’t all the time would just the very most mild type of anxiousness.
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