Ailment Stomach Upset

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FAQ's For Stomach Upset

 

Stay hydrated
Avoid lying down or going to bed immediately after a meal
Add ginger to food or drink it as tea
Add mint to meals
Avoid smoking
Reduce alcohol
Cinnamon
Cloves
Cumin
Figs
Aloe Vera

Upset Stomach can have causes that aren't due to an underlying disease. Examples include eating too much, drinking too much, food intolerance, or taking pills on an empty stomach.

There are few quick fixes to get rid of stomach gas:
Walking Around
Gentle massages
Noncarbonated liquids
Herbs
Bicarbonate of soda
Antacids

Herbs and spices like ginger, chamomile, mint and licorice contain stomach-soothing properties. Fruits like papaya and green bananas can provde relief from an upset stomach.

Common symptoms include:
Abdominal Pain
Cramps
Nausea
Diarrhea
Headache
HeartburnBloating
Gas

        
Stomach Upset, also known as dyspepsia or indigestion is a term that describes discomfort in the upper abdomen. Stomach Upset is not a disease, but rather symptoms that one experiences overeating or eating too fast, including abdominal pain and stomach gas soon after a meal.

Upset Stomach can cause:
Stomach pain
Bloating or heartburn
Nausea.

Gastric problem
Spicy, greasy and fatty foods also increase the risk of an upset stomach. Lying down soon after a meal can make it harder to digest food. This increases your risk for abdominal discomfort.


Other common causes of stomach upset include: 
Smoking
Excessive consumption of alcohol 

Side effects of certain medications 

Symptoms of Stomach Upset can also be caused by: 
Acid reflux disease (GERD) 
Gastric cancer 
Pancreatic or bile duct abnormalities 
Peptic ulcers

Mild stomach upsets is usually not of great concern. Consult a doctor if the discomfort continues for more than 10 days. Contact you doctor immediately if pain is severe or accompanied by:
Unintentional weight loss or loss of appetite 
Excessive vomiting or vomiting with blood
Black, tarry stools 

Trouble swallowing 
Fatigue or weakness 

On a few occasions, there’s no certain cause of stomach upset, which is referred to as functional dyspepsia. Functional dyspepsia may be caused by abnormal muscle motility, in the area where the stomach muscles digest and push food into the small intestine.

Several medicines for upset stomach can be used, but they may have some side effects.
Over-the-counter antacids:
Maalox and Mylanta help neutralize stomach acid, but may induce diarrhea or constipation.


HerbsDaily offers a wide range of upset stomach remedies from various brands to give you the perfect result for your discomfort.



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