Ghrelin is wreaking havoc

NewAmerica

Senior Member
Mandarin
Ghrelin is wreaking havoc in my stomach. I'm going to have my meal now. See you later.

Source: English sentence making practice by me.

Note: Ghrelin, the hormone that makes you hungry, also makes food, and food smells, irresistibly appealing. (Scientific American)

The question of this thread is whether "wreaking havoc" is properly used in this context.
 
  • Chasint

    Senior Member
    English - England
    If X is wreaking havoc in your stomach then that implies X is in your stomach at the time.

    If X is wreaking havoc with your stomach then havoc is occurring within your stomach but X may be somewhere else, e.g. in your bloodstream.
     
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