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Peptic ulcer disease intensifies in spring and autumn. People with stomach ulcers can alleviate the discomfort of the disease. How to do it? See these ten principles that can help you reduce pain from ulcers and speed up healing.
Peptic ulcers(they develop much more often in the duodenum than in the stomach) suffer from every tenth Pole. Most are young and middle-aged people, usually working hard, holding managerial positions. Men get sick three times more often than women, possibly because they cope less with stress, smoke more often and abuse alcohol.
To healulcers , kill the causing bacteriaHelicobacter pyloriand reduce the secretion of digestive juices. Sometimes it is necessary to surgically remove the damaged mucosa. However, you need to start with some changes in your lifestyle.
Remedies for ulcers or how to relieve ailments
1.Modify your diet.There is no evidence that any particular diet will ever heal ulcers or prevent the disease from recurring. It is known, however, that the ailments are intensified by, for example, fruit juices, strong coffee and tea, spicy, hard-to-digest foods and milk, which until recently were considered advisable for ulcers. Research has shown that it increases the secretion of hydrochloric acid. 2.Preparations from the pharmacy.In consultation with your doctor, take preparations that reduce the secretion of hydrochloric acid, as well as drugs that protect the gastric mucosa and accelerate the healing of ulcers. You can drink the so-called milks that neutralize hydrochloric acid or use tablets. However, they should not be abused. 3.Herbal support.Introduce herbs into your kitchen that enhance the flavor of your food and improve digestion. These include: wild rose, dill, ginger, lobelia, licorice, marjoram, lemon balm, mint, linseed, chamomile, thyme. 4.Avoid constipation.The digestive system should be purging of toxic waste products on a regular basis. When this does not happen, rotting debris sticks to the walls of the intestines and can damage them. To improve the excretory function of the intestines, drink a glass of warm water in the morning and go for a short walk. 5.Check the teeth.The sick are a habitat of bacteria dangerous not only to the stomach. Regularly remove calculus from teeth, use toothpastespreventing the build-up of calculus and plaque on the teeth. Complete the missing teeth, because poorly fragmented food stays in the stomach longer and increases the production of hydrochloric acid. 6.Keep in a good mood.Peptic ulcer disease more often attacks people who are nervous, under constant stress and unable to rest. Tensions cannot be avoided, but must be discharged. Particularly effective methods of body and mind relaxation are movement classes combined with conscious breathing, such as yoga and tai-chi. 7.Avoid alcohol(especially beer) and cigarettes as they damage the gastric mucosa and increase the production of hydrochloric acid. 8.Antibiotic therapyaccelerates the healing of ulcers, and thus eliminates ailments. It is 90 percent effective. cases, however, it does not guarantee that the disease will not come back. The treatment lasts for about 3 weeks, during which time one or two antibiotics and drugs that inhibit the secretion of hydrochloric acid are taken. 9.Friendly potato and cabbage.Fresh potato juice (a glass a day before a meal) prevents pain attacks, because it contains atropine substances that act as a relaxant. Fresh white cabbage juice helps to heal ulcers. A liter of juice a day should be drunk for 3-6 weeks. Cabbage contains gepharnate, which is found in many anti-ulcer drugs. 10.Be careful with medications!Especially those anti-inflammatory and painkillers, because they promote ulcers. Acetylsalicylic acid is especially inadvisable for ulcers. Therefore, for example in the case of a cold, avoid medications that contain it. If you are in pain, use a painkiller, ointment or gel instead of the pill. Thanks to this, the pain will disappear and the digestive tract and stomach will not be exposed to substances irritating the mucosa.