I have abdominal pain and gastrointestinal discomfort in the stomach and sometimes dizzy, my doctor suggested I do yoga, and prescribed a drug that has a suggestion?
Symptoms and causes of gastritis
Gastritis refers to a condition where the lining of the stomach, causing inflammation and pain and discomfort in the abdomen. The patient is an acute burning sensation in the stomach feel on a regular basis and suffer from exhaustion. Other symptoms include nausea, vomiting, headache, lack of urine, bad breath and bad taste in the mouth, excessive salivation, feeling of heaviness in the stomach, especially after eating, dizziness, loss of appetite and frequent indigestion. The main reason for this state is a poor diet consisting of junk foods which are toxic substances cause long term damage to the digestive tract. Food cooked in oil or falsified in unhygienic conditions can also cause gastritis. An excessive consumption of spicy foods, eating too common and eating at irregular hours, are some of the other leading causes of gastritis. Excessive consumption of snuff and drinks can also aggravate the condition. Stress, anxiety, emotional distress and depression may predispose a person to gastritis.
Home treatment for gastritis
You should follow some basic rules of dietary treatment of gastritis, of course. If the condition is severe, you should observe fast for a day and drinking only water and fruit juices such as pineapple, apples, grapes and watermelons. Thus, purified toxins from the digestive tract. In general, stay away from pickles and foods, spices, artificial flavors and fried snacks, sweets, red meat, tea, coffee and alcohol, continue to irritate the stomach lining and can worsen symptoms. Be sure to drink at least 10 to 12 glasses of water a day. Add lots of fresh fruits and raw vegetables in the diet. These natural sources are rich in essential vitamins and minerals, and fiber digestion and detoxify the system. If you suffer from pain after each meal, you should drink a glass of water after eating only raw coconut. Drink half a glass of raw potato juice just before meals is also useful for the treatment of gastritis. In addition, yoga regularly treat gastritis, under the supervision of a trained therapist. Uttanpadasana is particularly useful in this context. It is on a flat surface with arms along the body and both legs up in the air at an angle of 30 degrees from the surface. When in this position, then slowly lower your left leg touches the ground until the heel, while the right leg still in the air and then lift your left leg back. Repeat with right leg and then bring both legs together on the floor.