Problem Related to Digestion & Stomach Inflammation
The statistics show that one out of three people of every age group gets affected by digestive problems and stomach inflammation.
The statistics show that one out of three people of every age group gets affected by digestive problems and stomach inflammation. Around 30% of pediatric issues are related to the digestive system like stomach pain, abdominal pain, constipation, and vomiting, etc.
Why digestive problems occur?
Experts say that all the diseases related to the digestive system are either due to wrong lifestyle, unhealthy food habits, improper hygiene, or microbial infection. Many problems of digestive systems, if left untreated, can become a significant disease later on. It has been seen that during the prevailing pandemic period, such issues have become common due to stress, irregular lifestyles, lack of physical activities, etc. If you are suffering from any digestion or stomach problem, it is easier to search for the best doctor in the vicinity using the internet. You can book an online appointment with a General physician or gastroenterologist doctor 24X7 and consult online with eOPD and e-prescription facility at various sites like doctoriduniya.com, practo.com, or any other such places.
Problems related to digestion:
Stomach Inflammation (Gastritis): The most common disease related to the digestive tract is ‘inflammation’; in this disease, the inner lining of the stomach becomes inflamed. These linings lose some of their protective cells.
There are various causes of stomach inflammation few of them are
1) Too much alcohol intake
2) Certain medications
3) Chronic Stress
4) Microbe infection
Few symptoms of stomach inflammation are stomach pain, hiccups, Nausea, vomiting, and loss of appetite, blood in vomit or stool.
Nausea or vomiting: This is a widespread symptom due to various medical conditions such as overeating, food poisoning, infection, motion sickness, early pregnancy, emotional pain, gallbladder disease, bowel obstruction, appendicitis, etc. Contents of food present in the stomach used to expel out of the body via the mouth. Also, there is a condition that precedes vomiting is “feeling of vomiting” is known as Nausea.
Diarrhea: Diarrhea is an illness in which the body’s solid waste is more liquid than usual. It also causes abdominal pain and cramp. In severe diarrhea conditions, mucous, pus, blood, or fat appear in stools. Around 2 million children below the age of 5 die in developing countries due to diarrhea only. Diarrhea is caused by virus, bacteria, or parasites which are picked up from contaminated food.
Constipation: It is a condition where the colon absorbs too much water resulting problem of hard stool.
Less intake of water, lack of regular exercise, and lack of fiber-rich foods, fruits, raw vegetables, etc. result in constipation.
Indigestion: This is a medical situation in which food doesn’t move to the different parts of the digestive tract. There is a feeling of uncomforting & fullness and abdominal distension. The feeling of gas in the abdominal region, abdominal pain, nausea, belching, and in some cases, diarrhea & incomplete stool.
Ulcer: Peptic Ulcer (in the stomach) and duodenal Ulcer (in duodenal) are very common. If there is excess stomach acid due to any reason, then the mucus layer may get damaged. In the absence of the mucus layer, acid comes in direct contact with the inner lining of the stomach and causes an ulcer.
Another reason is the infection of helicobacter bacteria. This bacterium is widespread in developing countries with poor hygiene conditions.
Acid Reflux/GERD: This is a common gastrointestinal disorder, where a person feels burning pain (i.e. heartburn) in the lower part of the chest. It usually happens when acid from the stomach flows back up into the food pipe. A severe condition of Acid reflux is also called GERD (gastroesophageal reflux).
IBS (Irritable bowel syndrome): IBS symptoms include an incomplete evacuation of stool, stool appear hard, lumpy, or mucous. It is a widespread problem. Studies show that maximum patients of any Gastroenterologist suffer from IBS. It is an intestinal disorder, but its symptoms are similar to a wide variety of serious problems. So it is essential to diagnose IBS correctly for treatment.
Symptoms of IBS
Quick ways to get relief:
To remove trapped gas
- Do some walk to relieve trapped gas
- Gently massage the area of pain
- Specific Yoga poses: Pawanmuktasana
To get relief from heartburn and indigestion or abdominal pain:
- Cinnamon with honey helps in neutralizing peptic acidity.
- Powdered cloves with 1 tablespoon honey.
To get relief from Gastric Ulcer & Constipation:
- Eat ginger. Ginger is gastro-protective
- Eat food rich in flavonoids like Berries and Red Cabbage.
Stay Hydrated: To prevent constipation and other related gastric disorders Gastroenterologists recommend drinking at least 2 liters of fluid per day.
Relief from GERDS symptoms: 1 tablespoon baking soda with a glass of water, eat a fully ripened banana, drink ginger tea.
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