Gastric Health

Causes of pain in the stomach actually is GERD (Reflux Disease Gastroesophagal). GERD can be caused by a variety of disorders of the body, such as muscle dysfunction esophageal, gastric dysfunction, genetic factors and could also be due to asthma. All of this led up stomach acid produced, causing discomfort in the upper stomach organs.

The most common symptom is heartburn (sensation of heat and pain in the upper abdomen, chest, and throat) pain in stomach due to ulcers can also be caused by infection with helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) but can also be caused by prolonged use of the drug certain drugs such as aspirin.

Ulcer is damage to the inner lining of the walls of the stomach or duodenum caused by stomach acid, intestinal or other fluid that is produced by the digestion process.

Gastric ulcer symptoms in a group called dyspepsia is a pain or discomfort in the stomach, bloating, stomach feel full or even empty, mild nausea and burping habit. Lucky for you that underwent a diet rich in fiber, because the risk of stomach ulcers could fall by half. Fiber can also speed healing, and fiber sourced from fruit and vegetables is the most potent.

Apples and powerful enough to relieve ulcers besides flavonoid-rich foods such as celery, onion and green or black tea may also inhibit the growth of H. pylori. as well as the substance contained in broccoli that can be deadly sulforaphrane H.pylori. otherwise consume more than three cups of coffee a day may increase your susceptibility to H.pylori

People who frequently suffer from heartburn as a symptom of GERD is encouraged to try to change your lifestyle and eating habits first before seeking medical treatment. Some suggestions are worth a try are:

Reduce or avoid consumption of foods and beverages that contain caffeine, chocolate, mint as well. Even the non-caffeine coffee (decaf) can also increase the production of stomach acid.
Avoid fizzy drinks.
Applying a diet rich in fruits and vegetables, but avoid fruits and vegetables that are acidic such as oranges, lemons, grapefruit and pineapple.
Maintain a healthy digestive environment by avoiding saturated fat and excessive fat intake, especially if overweight. Because obesity also increases the risk of GERD.
After the meal a short stroll. Or at least remain sitting or standing upright. Do not lie down or bending motion.
Avoid eating before bed. Make sure the last time you consume food is two hours before bedtime.
Should position the body when sleeping on your left side. The position of the stomach is higher than the esophagus, if skewed to the right.