- 1 strokes
- 2 inflammation of the esophagus
- 3 cancer
- 4 other conditions of difficulty swallowing
- 5 References
Cause strokes problem in death or brain damage, which reduces the oxygen levels flowing; Due to lack of blood flow, which directly affects the process of swallowing. 
Inflammation of the esophagus
Inflammation of the esophagus causes higher acidity in the esophagus, and explains the presence of a type of white blood cells in the esophagus, where the resulting problems in swallowing, coupled with the desire to vomit, by increasing the high growth of eosinophils abnormally, working to fight the digestive system in the body. 
Cancer causes difficulty swallowing, especially in some types, such as cancer of the esophagus, where it produces often due to some behavioral habits, as eating alcohol, and smoking. 
Other conditions of difficulty swallowing
There are many other conditions that would impede the proper swallowing process, including the following:
- GERD. 
- Lateral sclerosis sclerosis. 
- Spasm of the muscles of the esophagus. 
- Problems and disorders of the nerves or nervous system, including cerebral palsy. 
- Arthritis, specifically in the neck area, where this is the case of rare medical conditions that may lead to excessive growth and abnormal bone in the neck, in the upper part of the esophagus and pharynx. 
- Malformations or birth defects, which suffered some children from birth, as hindering the process of eating food naturally by mouth. 
- AIDS, where patients suffer greatly from inflammation of the esophagus. 
- Medical conditions that require radiation therapy are more prone to this problem. 
- Exposure to head injury area specifically. 
- Sjogren's syndrome (English: Sjogren's syndrome). 
- Hardening of the skin, where it is a self-immune problems of patterns, resulting in a state of spasm and stiffness of both the skin and connective tissues. 
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