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First, consider what happens when your stomach is filled following a good meal. Its capacity varies according to age, size and eating habits, but fill it up and, like a washing machine, it starts to churn.

The autonomic nervous system controls movement and activity in your heart, lungs and guts. It is an automatic system that operates beyond your conscious control. You don’t think about making your heart beat or your bowels move for instance, do you?

There are two divisions of the autonomic system. The sympathetic division commands fight-and-flight responses, such as increasing heart rate and blood pressure. This allows you to either stand your ground or run like the clappers.

Its opposite is the parasympathetic nervous system, which governs rest and digest responses. This comes into play when you’re ready to reduce that chewed-up meal into soup (also called chyme) and absorb all its nutrition into the bloodstream. …

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