Stomach Burns

Natural remedies for stomach burns.

The inconvenience of stomach burns is a symptom familiar to many people, for some of them even daily. Typically, stomach burns are triggered by food and occur when stomach acid enters the digestive tract, burning the back of the throat. Strong pain radiate in the chest, going from behind the sternum to the throat. Stomach burns can be accompanied by flatulence or nausea, and discomfort can take up to two hours.

Repeated indigestion (which occurs at least twice a week) may be a symptom of "gastroesophageal reflux disease" (or GERD), gastritis or ulcer, so if you repeated it often, you should consult an emergency specialist. GERD symptoms may include painful stomach burns, increased salivation and chronic hoarseness. If the disease is not treated, corrosive acid in the stomach can gradually erode the delicate lining of the esophagus, a process that is linked to esophageal cancer. Fortunately, when stomach burns are a solitary symptom and rarely occur, especially after meals, eating healing foods and alternative diets can help control them.

Common causes of burns in the stomach

A muscular valve at the bottom of the esophagus, the inferior oesophagal sphincter, serves as the "portrait" of the stomach and closes its contents, blocking the return to the oesophagus. However, many factors can relax and open it, allowing stomach acid to enter the esophagus. Other elements that trigger burns in the stomach are acid foods (tomatoes, citrus fruits and citrus juices), which can produce excess acid in the stomach and can irritate the damaged esophagus lining. And overheating, too tight clothing, lying down or bending over the table, all these elements can push the contents of the stomach up.

Prevention and treatment of stomach burns

To prevent this problem and minimize irritation of the esophagus, some dietary changes are recommended. Common foods that cause stomach burns include coffee, alcohol, mint candy, chocolate, onion and tomato products, strongly spicy, fatty or acid foods. If drinks and irritating foods are part of the menu, just eat very small portions. To eliminate discomfort, drink between meals. In addition, stay in the raised position for up to one hour after a meal and do not eat two or three hours before bedtime.

Natural Remedies Against Stomach Burns

Careful! Do not use the plants in the following list at the same time:

  • Basil. Infuse 4-6 g of dried leaves into 250 ml of boiling water for 10 minutes. Stream the obtained tea and drink one cup a day without sugar.
  • Marjoram. Infuse a teaspoon of dried marjoram plant into a pot of boiling water for 15 minutes. Stretch and drink 3 cups a day.
  • Hops (tincture, 1:5 in alcohol 60%). Take 20 drops of the tincture 3 times a day before the meal.
  • Chamomile. Infuse a sachet of dried flowers into a cup of boiling water for 10 minutes. Drink 3 cups a day before a meal.
  • Lemon balm. Infuse 2-3 g of dried leaves into a cup of boiling water for 5 minutes. Stretch and drink a cup at noon and one in the evening after meals.
  • Papaya. Take papaya tablets as instructed by the manufacturer.
  • Apple vinegar is found in most of the kitchens, but did you know that it is also an excellent remedy for stomach burns? When you have stomach burns because you have eaten too much, stress or because you have eaten too much spicy food, go to the kitchen. Instead of taking a pill against acidity, take a spoon (two or more) of apple vinegar that will help digest food and restore balance in your stomach.

 

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