How To Treat Gastric Problems

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What are Gastrointestinal Issues?

  • Take places in the stomach or the oesophagus
  • Usually takes place when there is a disruption of the gastric mucosa which then leads to acid excretion
  • The acids then come into contact with the nerve endings in the stomach
  • This results in pain and uneasiness within the oesophagus.

Types Of Gastric Problems

Gastric problems take place in the stomach or the oesophagus
Gastric problems take place in the stomach or the oesophagus
  • Might be acute or chronic
  • Acute gastrointestinal issues subside quickly
  • Chronic gastrointestinal issues might result in stomach ulcers

Causes Of Gastric Problems

  • Physical and psychological strain can also result in ulceration
  • There is also gastric mucosa. The causes of gastric mucosa swelling:
    a. Acidic foods
    b. Liquor
    c. Cigarettes
    d. Anxiety
    e. Drugs

Drugs Which Can Lead To Gastric Problems

  • Erythromycin
  • Beta- Blockers
  • Corticosteroids
  • Aspirin
  • Nicotine

Symptoms Of Gastric Problems

  • The person feels continuous Pain
  • Indigestion is usually one of the first signs
  • The person will start to feel nauseous
  • Vomiting might occur with gastric problems
  • Gastric issues will result in loss of appetite
  • Diarrhea might take place

Avoid The Following Gastric Triggers

  • Hot curried foods
  • Drinking alcohol
  • Smoking
  • Overindulging or eating too much
  • Eating big meals just before bedtime
  • Eating greasy food
  • Late nights

Treatment For Gastric Problems

  • Acute gastric issues resolve naturally
  • Chronic issues should be examined by your doctor
  • Drugs which can help to treat gastric problems include:
    a. Proton pump inhibitors
    b. H2 antagonists
    c. Antacids
  • Well-timed meals will relieve pain due to ulcers which may form
  • If it is severe, phone a Gastroenterologist to make an appointment

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