Digestive Problems: Indigestion
Posted on | April 23, 2010 | No Comments
Indigestion is a very common complaint that occurs from digestion. Here’s what’s happening when you experience Indigestion:
For comfortable digestion to occur, the stomach lining should secrete just the right amount of acid at the right time – no more, no less. If the lining pours out acid when the stomach is empty (which can happen when you are under stress), the acid irritates the stomach lining, causing uncomfortable sensations, or indigestion. It can also occur as a result of food not breaking down correctly after you eat causing excess stomach acids.
Indigestion is medically known as ‘Dyspepsia’ and can affect everyone and anyone. The symptoms of indigestion include a burning sensation in the upper abdomen or stomach, abdominal pain, feeling full (bloating), burping, having excess gas, feeling nauseous, vomiting, an acidic taste in your mouth and gurgling noises of the stomach. Heartburn will often accompany indigestion due to irritation of the esophagus.
To manage and reduce the incidence of Indigestions follow these pills online without prescription tips:
- Avoid drinking wine or carbonated drinks
- Avoid spicy foods, foods high in fat and fibre
- Avoid excessive caffeine
- Don’t overeat
- Don’t eat too fast
- Don’t smoke
- An inflamed gallbladder, stomach, pancreas or ulcers can lead to indigestion.
Seek medical help if Indigestion & Heartburn persists
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