How Homeopathy can help with Dyspepsia ?

Posted by Pradeep Maurya on

    Before we start to get to the details of Dyspepsia, it important to know that it is not a disease; rather it is a set of commonly experienced symptoms like nausea, bloating, burping, etc. Dyspepsia, also known as indigestion is also known as an upset stomach. It is generally the discomfort or pain one feels in the upper abdomen mostly after or during eating. It is very common for people to experience dyspepsia every day or even at every meal. Sometimes Dyspepsia is accompanied by heartburn as well.
    The food that we consume goes through our oesophagus and intestines with peristalsis that is the involuntary contraction and relaxation of our muscles. When peristalsis doesn’t take place properly, it takes longer to digest the food in the digestive tract and this makes dyspepsia more likely.
    Causes of indigestion
    Most of the times, the roots of Dyspepsia can be traced back to poor eating habits and lifestyle choices. It could also be due to an infection or some other digestive medical condition. Mentioned below are some of the causes of indigestion:
    • Eating too fast
    • Eating too much at a go
    • Boozing
    • Smoking
    • Consuming high fibre food
    • Stress
    • High caffeine consumption
    • Eating fatty, spicy or greasy
    Indigestion can also be caused by some medical conditions such as
    • GERD
    • Gallstones
    • Ulcers
    • Pregnancy
    • Gastritis
    • Food poisoning
    • Thyroid
    • Depression
    • Stomach cancer (rarely)
    • Heart attack
    Symptoms of Indigestion:
    Most of the people who suffer from indigestion (dyspepsia) describe it as an uncomfortable fullness of the stomach accompanied by pain in chest and abdomen. For most people, the symptoms start showing right after or during eating. Some of the symptoms are mentioned below:
    • Nausea
    • Vomiting
    • Diarrhoea (not always)
    • Belching or gas
    • Abdominal pain
    • Acidic taste in mouth
    • Burning sensation
    • “Growling

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