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Problems with Indigestion

This problem can be considered as very widespread and common. The term used forthis condition is dyspepsia and it is connected with the building of thestomach acid that eventually goes to the esophagus. Thiscan be a discomforting experience since it produces somewhat nasty or sour tastein the throat and mouth, emotion of fullness, burning, bloating, and pain.

Causes of Indigestion Problems

There are many causes of this problem and we will list several of them. Consuminglarge portions of food is one of the reasons and it is maybe the mostcommon reason of all. This can be a problem in America, since the people hereare always increasing the amount of food eaten during one year. Also, we canfind culprit for this problem in the food we eat. Indigestion can be caused bythe food. Foods that usually cause this problem are heavy, greasy and friedfoods. Eating too fast can also cause the indigestion. Since we live in a worldthat makes us live in the fast lane, this type of living can create frequentproblems with indigestion. People today rarely have enough free time to sit fora while and eat in peace without any rush. Also, rush can make us swallowpartly chewed food, and this can also lead to indigestion.

We can list anothercause, and it is stress. As we have mentioned, the world today is fast-paced andit brings a lot of stress on the individuals. We are in constant worry andanxiety that can lead to indigestion and even sleeping problems, or even problems with indigestion during the late hours. Other causes of indigestion are consuming alcohol and smoking cigarettes. Also,since the fetus presses the abdominal organs of a woman, pregnant womenfrequently experience indigestion. Certain medications, like NSAIDs, canincrease indigestion. Several problems with digestive and abdominal organs cancreated the problem in question, along with the peptic ulcer disease.


When we talk about ways of eliminating and preventing this problem, the mainthing is not to eat large portions of food. We recommend having six small mealsduring the day. Also, try to limit or avoid consuming alcohol and smokingcigarettes. Chronic indigestion problems can be reduced if you raise your headduring the night for six inches. Stomach acid will be controlled if you limitthe intake of soda and caffeine. Stress and anxiety can be decreased with theuse of meditations, hypnosis or breathing exercises.

Remember to drink plenty ofwater. Drinking ginger tea before bed and between the meals can help. Also, trya remedy made by adding three to five drops of peppermint in a glass of water.Drink this remedy three or four times a day. Put one teaspoon of apple cidervinegar or lemon juice in a glass of water and drink it before eating. You canalso try using baking soda, but be very careful when using it, since excessiveuse can lead to problems. Try any of the mentioned remedies and they willcertainly bring some improvement.

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