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Sunday, November 7, 2010

Remedies for Gastric Problems

Indigestion is the most often pronounced ailment of modern times branching out into varied abdominal diseases. The most common one would be Gastritis. To research into the symptoms of this ailment would be acid reflux or heartburn, pain in the abdomen, excessive burping, puking or vomiting, nausea and difficulty in releasing gas.

The causes that underlie this ailment could be fast eating without good chewing, heavy meals, and excessive intake of alcohol, stress, anxiety and intake of strong drugs. Is there no definite cure to curb this problematic aliment that ties your tongue into not venturing into the dishes that it would like to savor?. No other way out other than scurrying to your physician?. Here are some useful tips that help you encounter your problem better.

Soups as an aperitif at least 20 minutes before meals helps in digestion, as they are ideal for replacing liquids and salts as well as stimulating the production of gastric acid.

Drinking water with two three drops of mint essence

To prevent acid in digestion, lime juice with cider vinegar in a glass of water before meals

Ginger tea after meals aids in promoting digestion

Herbal tea prepared using blackberry, raspberry, mint and chamomile helps effective digestion

Baking soda in a glass of water produces instant relief

A pinch of asafetida in buttermilk helps in releasing gas

Sucking cloves after meals aids in reducing gas problems

A flake of garlic swallowed with water in empty stomach solves gas problems

Soaking little methi in water in the night and drinking it empty stomach in the morning is also an effective remedy for indigestion.

Avoidance of wearing tight clothes, a daily walk of about a half an hour, non engagement in active sports immediately after meals regular exercise and most importantly timely meals and good chewing are a few suggestions for keeping indigestion at par.

Adherence to at least a few of these tips would keep indigestion at bay. If the problem is acute it is advisable to consult a physician.

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