fbpx .wpb_single_image img { height: auto; max-width: 85%; border: 12px solid white; vertical-align: top; } }catch (ex){}



Abdomen is an essential part of the human digestive system, and is located between the thorax (chest cavity) and the pelvic region. Above the abdomen is the diaphragm, which is a thin muscular layer separating the lungs from the abdominal region. At around the level of the pelvic bones, the abdomen ends and the pelvic region starts. The abdominal region houses all the digestive organs like the stomach, small and large intestines, pancreas, liver and gallbladder. These organs are latched to each other with the help of connective tissues, which helps them to expand or contract and slide against each other as per bodily requirement. The abdomen also has the kidneys and spleen at the lower levels. Many important blood vessels like aorta (which transfer blood away from the heart to the rest of the body) and many of its branches pass through the abdomen. The abdomen is protected by a thin yet tough layer of tissue called the fascia. The fascia is preceded by abdominal muscles and skin. Behind the abdomen is the spine, followed by the back muscles and skin.


Like most organs and organ systems of the body, the abdominal region is also prone to unexpected diseases and ailments. Some of the ailments which affect this region are Adnexal tumours, Inguinal hernia, Umbilical hernia and Incisional hernia. An overview of these ailments are as follows:

Adnexal Tumours: The adnexal region is towards the lower levels of the abdomen region, quite close to the pelvis. Adnexal tumours are formed on the ovaries, fallopian tube or the connective tissues surrounding them. They are mostly benign in nature, but in some rare cases, they can turn out to be cancerous. Detection of these abnormal growths involves detailed imaging tests and may even lead to surgery.

Inguinal Hernia: This happens in the groin, when a fatty tissue or part of the intestine pushes through a weak muscular wall of the abdomen and gets stuck in either of the two inguinal canals. The inguinal canals are cavities or rather passages which are situated at the base of the abdomen. The patient may feel great discomfort and pain while walking or moving in such a condition. The symptoms include a very clearly visible bulge in the groin, pain during physical movement and swelling of the scrotum in men. If the complications escalate, the intestine’s portion stuck in the cavity may get it’s blood flow ceased, which would call for immediate medical help.

Umbilical Hernia: This form of hernia occurs when a portion of the intestine gets pushed through weaker areas of the abdominal muscles near the navel. This usually happens with young children and gets cured on its own by the time they turn 4 years old, while it happens to be a rare condition in adults but is quite painful. People who are overweight or women who have undergone frequent pregnancies are at a risk. This can occur in babies too and if blood circulation ceases in the bulging part of the intestine, then it would lead to complications which require immediate medical attention.

Incisional hernia: This usually happens after an emergency surgery of the abdomen, in which a lengthy incision was done. If the cut hasn’t healed properly then this may cause the abdominal muscles of that area to weaken and a portion of the underlying organs like the intestine might push itself out through the weakened muscles forming a hernia. A possible cause is if a person resumes back his/her physical activities too soon after a major surgery.

We, at Zyropathy have developed a combination of supplements to cure hernia and tumours occurring in the abdomen. However, if the tumour is too large in size, then we would recommend you to undergo a surgery for its removal and then get back to our supplements for a holistic healing procedure.

Treat yourself with Zyro Natural Supplements

Consult Us

"Prevention Is Better Than Cure"

“PREVENTIKA” is a unique combination of 14 potent herbs that protect your body from 18 major ailments including Cancer.


Start typing and press Enter to search

Shopping Cart