Everyone knows that stomach growls when it's empty but you know that stomach also growls when it's full?The muscle contraction cause growling or rumbling have happened all time but the noise is just Louder on empty stomach. This growl mechanism called and they help your food travel from gastrointestinal systems. After a meal it moves throughout the esophagus, it sits in the stomach where it's mixed up and broken down with digestive acids. Next, it heads into the small intestine, which adds enzymes that help your body absorb the nutrients, and then it moves on to the large intestine.
Peristalsis happens into every organ, just in different frequencies and length. In the , the shrinkage comes in the long wave that lasts about nine to twelve seconds; in the intestine, it happens more arbitrary, a few feet here, a few inches there, at about 9–12 shrinkage per minute. Peristalsis in stomach depends on whether it's empty or full. When it's empty, shrinkage happens about three to five times per minute, and usually, multiple shrinkages occur at different places in the stomach. When it's full, those contractions get softer and slower, but don't stop altogether that food has to leave the stomach eventually, after all. That's one reason you don't hear as much grumbling when you're full. One of the other reasons is You heard about one of the famous idioms same as why tapping on an “Empty tin can make more noise” than a full one: food impeded the sound, but a stomach full of nothing but air helps the sound travel. To Know more about the science of hunger and digestion in the videos click here
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