5 Natural Cures For Peptic Ulcers
[toc]Peptic ulcers are erosions in the mucous lining of the stomach or small intestine which is directly below the stomach. The stomach secretes gastric acids and mucous and these two balance each other in order to maintain the pH of the stomach. If the acid balance is more than the mucous balance, people might suffer from hyperacidity and end up having peptic ulcers.
If you tend to suffer from hyperacidity naturally, there is a good chance you might have to face peptic ulcers sometime in your life. A bacterium known as H pylori bacteria which affect the lining of the stomach might also cause peptic ulcers in some people. The symptoms of peptic ulcers include hyperacidity, excessive burping, uneasiness, loss in diet and abdominal cramps. Below mentioned are some easy natural cures for peptic ulcers:
Natural Ways To Cure Peptic Ulcers
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It is known to prevent bleeding in case of gastric ulcers and promote healing. Our body produces enough of this vitamin but sometimes people tend to develop ulcers if they have a deficiency. Vitamin K is found in eggs, liver, green leafy vegetables and tomatoes.
Eat Easily Digestible Foods
When you are suffering from peptic ulcer, it is important that you give your stomach a rest. Eat foods that won’t be hard to digest and won’t make your stomach’s juices work over time.
Eat boiled vegetables, fresh fruit juices, or fruits. You could eat steamed vegetables like broccoli and tomatoes as well. These foods are easy to digest, thus not necessitating extra work for the juices in the stomach.
Eat Small Portions
You must have noticed that if you eat a lot of food at one time you feel uneasy. This is because for a larger quantity of food, your stomach needs to produce a lot of acid to digest it. Eat small portions if you have gastric ulcers so that the action of acids will also reduce.
You can eat every 2 hours if you feel hungry but just stick to smaller meals every time. Try to eat natural foods instead of foods cooked with spices or oil. Spices and oil exaggerate the stomach acid production and in turn it will make you more uneasy.
Some studies have shown that cabbage juice accelerates healing in case of peptic ulcers. By consuming cabbage juice daily, you could treat an ulcer in 10 days as well. Prepare cabbage juice and divide it into 4 quarters.
Drink one quarter in the morning, then in the afternoon, evening and before sleeping. If you do not like the taste, you can also add some sugar or honey to it so it tastes better.
Avoid Foods Which Irritate The Stomach
Avoid drinking any tea, coffee or citrus juices because they are known to irritate the lining of the stomach. It might even worsen your condition and delay healing. Avoid milk also since it increases the production of gastric juices making your condition even worse and your symptoms increase. You could eat some rice with curd for a few days until the ulcer heals.
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