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Ayurvedic Treatment Of Dyspepsia

About Dysphagia

Dyspepsia, also known as indigestion is a term that describes pain or an uncomfortable feeling in the upper abdomen of your stomach area.Dyspepsia can happen when your body can't digest food properly. Dyspepsia mostly affect your gastrointestinal (GI) tract which play an important part in digestion. Indigestion can occur anyone and anytime. It there is no reason for indigestion found, it's mean you might have dyspepsia.

It is not a disease, but still can affect your quality of life. Approximately 20 percent of people around the world have dyspepsia problem. Chances of developing dyspepsia more in women compare to men.

Causes Of Dyspepsia

There is no specific cause for dyspepsia. A lot of factors can cause indigestion. These factors can include:

  •  Intestinal microbiome changes
  •  Overeating or eating too quickly
  •  Fatty, greasy or spicy foods
  •  Allergens
  •  Intestinal microbiome changes
  •  Intake of too much caffeine,chocolate, soda or alcohol.
  •  The bacterium Helicobacter pylori
  •  Anxiety or depression
  •  Emotional trauma
  •  Taking certain medicines.
  •  Gallstones
  •  Obesity
  •  A lack of sleep.
  •  Peptic ulcers
  •  Stomach cancer
  •  Gastritis, or inflammation of the stomach

Symptoms Of Dyspepsia

The following symptoms of dyspepsia can vary from person to person:

  •  Burning or pain in your upper digestive tract
  •  Nausea
  •  Abdominal pain
  •  Bloating
  •  Heartburn
  •  Burping
  •  Belching
  •  Vomiting
  •  Gurgling stomach and/or gas
  •  Acidic taste
  •  Inability to swallow
  •  A feeling of fullness, or satiety after eating a meal
  •  Loss of appetite or weight loss
  •  Black stools
  •  Sweating
  •  Yellow coloring in the eyes and skin
  •  Psychological distress related to the condition

Prevention of Dyspepsia

There are several ways to prevent indigestion. Avoid junk foods and situations that cause dyspepsia. Here are some other suggestions:

  •  Small intake of meals so the stomach does not have to work as hard or as long.
  •  Eat slowly.
  •  Ignore acitic foods such as citrus fruits and tomatoes.
  •  Reduce or avoid foods and beverages that contain caffeine.
  •  Quit smoking as fast as possible. The lining of the stomach can irritate by smoking.
  •  Stop drinking alcohol.
  •  Don't exercise with a full stomach. Rather, exercise before a meal or at least one hour after eating a meal.
  •  Don't sleep quickly after eating. Wait at least three hours after your last meal of the day before lie down to bed.

Herbal Remedies For Dyspepsia By Dhanvantary

Dhanvantary provides some herbal remedies for the treatment of Dyspepsia. Made from best quality herbs this remedies strictly follow the principles of Ayurveda. All these herbal remedies of dhanvantary are 100 percent pure, natural and vegetarian. These are free from chemicals, additives and preservatives. These are safe to use as these are free from side effects.