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Treat Gastritis with Homeopathy

Gastritis is defined as the swelling of the inside layer of the stomach. Any factor that injures the wall (protective inside layer) of stomach provokes the symptoms of gastritis.

Common causes of Gastritis include Infection Most commonly Bacterial H-Pylori (Helicobacter Pylori) and occasionally due to Fungal, parasitic or viral infection, Drugs: NSAIDs, Steroids, Aspirin, etc ,Stress, Smoking, Excessive alcohol consumption, Backflow of bile into the stomach (Bile Reflux), Excess of spicy foods , Radiation.

If you have Gastritis you may have  Pain which is often located in the upper center of the abdomen or the upper left portion of the stomach radiating to the back.Other common symptoms include bloating and nausea.

In cases of gastritis involving vomiting, its appearance may be clear, yellow or green. The vomit may also contain blood.Vomiting blood is a symptom of a more severe form of gastritis. Other symptoms of severe gastritis include shortness of breath, chest pain, severe stomach pain, and foul-smelling bowel movements.

Homeopathy is very effective in managing all the acute as well as chronic expressions of gastritis; it also plays an important role in the prevention of relapse of the condition.

With homeopathy medicines, not only the symptoms will be controlled but the root cause of the disease will be removed. And since there is no drug dependency or side effects of medicine, it can be effectively used.

Along with medication, you need to take certain precautions like Practicing good hand washing hygiene and eating well-cooked food – this reduces the risk of contracting infections such as H. pylori.

Avoiding certain medications, smoking, caffeine, and alcohol – these are all potential causes of gastritis.

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Treat GERD with Homeopathy (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease)

Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) is caused by the frequent backflow of food and acid into the esophagus (a tube connecting the mouth with the stomach). This can occur in healthy people occasionally but is a frequent problem those with GERD.

Stomach contents are normally prevented from moving to the esophagus by the esophageal sphincter (a valve-like ring of muscle at the end of the esophagus).

When this muscle relaxes and allows reflux or is generally weak, GERD may occur.

The commonest causes responsible for GERD are abnormally weak contractions or relaxation of the valve, When the wave of contraction is defective, the refluxed acid is not pushed back into the stomach and it can cause damage to the inside layer of the esophagus. 

When food remains in the stomach for a longer duration, the stomach is distended for a longer time and this increases the chances of reflux of the stomach contents.

Excessive Smoking and alcohol. Eating heavy meals at a time. Lying down shortly after eating. Exerting Physical activity instantly after meals, Overweight, Pregnancy. Certain foods such as spicy, fried, chocolate, caffeine, onions, tomatoes, citrus and carbonated drinks. Stress.

If you have GERD, you may experience symptoms like burning feeling in the chest. Acid or food regurgitation, Sour or bitter taste in the mouth, Trouble in swallowing, Choking, Vomiting blood, black colored stools, Hoarseness or a sore throat, Chest pain, Dry cough, Asthma, Bad breath.

A details case history and lab investigations will help to diagnose GERD.

Homoeopathy is very effective in managing all the symptoms of Acid Reflux and furthermore plays a very important role in preventing relapse of the condition. 

Homeopathic medicines will help decrease acidic build-up, restore the digestive system, and strengthen the lower esophageal sphincter. Homeopathic treatment is natural, safe, gentle and without side-effects.

Certain precautions need to be taken for GERD like Avoid alcohol, smoking. Eat small meals.

Do not bend over after eating. Eat foods like papaya, pineapple, ginger, cabbage, yogurt.Drink a lot of fluids. Wear loose-fitting clothes. Lose weight. Reduce stress.

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