Keeping organ function optimal status (1)

organ function in optimal state

The preciousness of life relies on body organ function's health. Knowing the organ function and its role of the body, it enables us caring our body and benefits human's life!

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What should we know about the organ function?

Lack of well knowing body’s functions and roles, people got healthy issues, ignoring simply. However learning about organ function isn’t hard like your thinking. The physiological function of the human body as we know is made  up of 11 systems:

  • Respiratory System
  • Digestive System/Excretory System
  • Cardiovascular/Circulatory System
  • Renal System/Urinary System
  • Endocrine System
  • Nervous System
  • Muscular System
  • Skeletal System
  • Integumentary System/Exocrine System
  • Lymphatic System/Immune System
  • Reproductive System

All these systems work together and enable the complex life activities inside the body having function properly.

Once we know the systems of physiological function for the human body and knowing each of them has its unique role and function, we grasp the key of our life, it benefits us and make us to caring about them, we will be always health!

Which systems should we pay more attention to care them?

The answer is that all systems above mentioned are very important. As the organ function inside of body is related each other and balanced each other.
Today we’ll share knowledge and views about the system of the urinary system and the digestive system. Which people faced issues and concerned the most. Moreover, sharing other systems in the coming posts. 

The function of urinary system

The urinary system handles ridding many of the waste products from the body. This way maintains a stable environment of body. And regulating the composition of body fluids. The waste substances produced from the kidneys will remove from the blood and expelled in urine. If the system we do not pay enough attention, it would cause one of the diseases as below:

  • acute and chronic nephritis, kidney edema,
  • Ure ureter inflammation, urethritis
  • bladder inflammation and more…

Function of The  digestive system

By chewing food through the mouth, pharynx, esophagus, stomach, the muscles of the small intestine mix the food with the digestive juices. Such juices came from the pancreas, liver and intestines. And make the mixture for further digestion. The small intestine wall absorbs water and let the digested nutrients into the bloodstream or lymphatic vessels. Also other accessory organs involved are the salivary glands, liver, gallbladder, and pancreas.

However, if gastrointestinal disorders, it may lead to stomach pain, lower abdominal flatulence, constipation, loss of appetite, indigestion, as well as other disorders of digestive system, symptoms are like:

  • Stomach feels nausea, vomiting, gastritis, bloating, anorexia
  • Pancreas leads to pancreatitis, diabetes, endocrine disorders
  • Small intestine leads to acute and chronic enteritis, flatulence, diarrhea
  • Duodenum leads to duodenal ulcer, bloating, indigestion, appetiteless.


In general, Stomach, Pancreas, Small intestine and Duodenum has their function of digesting and absorbing nutrients to destroying bacteria. More info on function.

To avoid occurring all issues we need pay attention for our foods chosen, eating health in daily and having regularly physical exercise every day as well as establishing a healthy lifestyle.

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