The Esophagus is a hollow muscular tube that connects the mouth with the stomach. Whatever we eat or drink passes down through this tube and enters the stomach, followed by digestion. The length of the esophagus is about 25 to 30 cm and the width is around 1.5 to 2 cm. At both the ends, this tube is sealed tightly by sphincter muscles which prevent the semi-digested food from leaking back into the tube or the mouth. When a person ingests any food item, these muscles relax for a while to allow the entry of the swallowed food into the stomach. The esophagus is situated just adjacent to the windpipe (trachea), in the region to the left of the heart. Thereby, if you swallow something hot or quite spicy, you feel a burning sensation in your throat or chest.
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