How to solve your indigestion

Functional dyspepsia (FD), also known as dyspepsia, refers to a group of clinical syndromes with uncomfortable symptoms such as epigastric pain, epigastric distension, early satiety, belching, loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, etc. after examination, organic diseases causing the above symptoms are excluded. Symptoms can persist or recur, with a course of more than one month or more than 12 weeks in the past 12 months. FD is the most common functional gastrointestinal disease in clinic.

exercise can promote digestion

When you are constipated, you can walk quickly. Regular aerobic exercise is a “special medicine” to alleviate constipation, such as moderate intensity brisk walking, cycling, swimming, jogging, etc; During diarrhea, exercise of pelvic floor muscles can enhance the strength of pelvic floor muscles, prevent bladder and intestinal leakage, and help improve functional diarrhea and fecal incontinence. When your appetite is poor, take more deep breaths and use the strength of the muscles above your abdomen to practice slow deep breaths. This action can promote blood circulation in the stomach, regulate the functions of the spleen and stomach, help improve appetite, and promote digestion and absorption; In case of indigestion, stand on the ground with your feet closed, bend your upper body forward as much as possible, and extend your hands down on your lower legs or hold them for 10-15 seconds. This action can make the internal organs “turn” greatly, which is equivalent to a “massage” on the digestive organs, and can regulate functional symptoms such as indigestion, acid reflux and belching.

if you have a bad stomach, be careful with five indigestible foods.

1. Fried food. Fried foods such as chicken nuggets and French fries are inevitably rich in fat and high fat, and the accumulation of these two substances in the stomach will cause diseases. Under high temperature, oil will produce a substance called “acrylic acid”, which is difficult to digest.

2. Spicy food. Pepper can stimulate the inner wall of the esophagus, which will cause annoying heartache after eating, and increase the burden on the stomach.

3. Chocolate. Eating a lot of chocolate will not only bring excess calories, but also people suffering from gastroesophageal reflux disease have experienced the uncomfortable stimulation brought by eating chocolate. This is because chocolate will cause the relaxation of the lower esophageal sphincter, causing gastric acid to reflux and stimulating the esophagus and pharynx.

4. Ice cream. If you eat too much raw and cold food such as ice cream, ice lollies and cold drinks, it will affect the normal operation of gastrointestinal functions, making it difficult to digest food and easy to damage the spleen and stomach. Although delicious when eaten, it will lead to decreased appetite, stimulate the spleen and stomach, and form a vicious circle of abdominal distension and abdominal pain.

5. Beans. Beans are notorious for causing indigestion. Oligosaccharides contained in beans, such as stachyose and raffinose, are fermented by intestinal bacteria and can decompose to produce some gases, which can then cause hiccups, bowel sounds, abdominal distension, abdominal pain and other symptoms.

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