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The pancreas is part of the digestive system. It secretes pancreatic juice that has enzymes, which directly assist with digestion by absorbing nutrients in the small intestine. This organ is located behind the stomach and produces hormones that circulate throughout the blood. Pancreatitis can be fatal if not treated quickly. It is a serious illness that is often associated with severe abdominal pains. If you indulge in any of these ten things, it may lead to pancreatitis. Although some cannot be treated or cured, others can be prevented or managed.

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1. Alcohol

Alcohol is a drug that often causes physical problems, especially consuming significant amounts over time. Patients with both acute and chronic pancreatitis will suffer if they drink alcohol. Doctors explain that drinking a considerable amount of alcohol will wreak havoc on a person’s pancreas, which will lead to acute pancreatitis. The earlier a patient introduces alcohol to their body also plays a factor. A long-time drinker will usually develop chronic pancreatitis. The digestive organ cannot process all of the excessive alcohol; it is not built to deal with such a hard substance. On average, 7 out of 10 patients get the illness from alcohol use and abuse.

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