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Cure dyspepsia (indigestion) naturally

03 Mar, 2023


What is dyspepsia (indigestion)?
Dyspepsia called as indigestion in normal term, is an uncomfortable feeling in the upper part of the abdomen usually associated with pain, distension, burning sensation, sour belching etc.It is one of the most common ailments today and results from dietetic errors. People of any age can get dyspepsia. Both men and women get it. It is a very common ailment, which can at times be very much debilitating, disturbing one's mind and affecting the general well being and work efficiency. Though it is a very common ailment, recurrent episodes can lead to much serious problems like gastric ulcer. Hence proper diagnosis and timely intervention is important to use  
Pachan Amrit Sudha for rectify the problem.

What are the symptoms of  dyspepsia (indigestion)? 

  • Abdominal pain
  • Afeeling of over-fullness after eating 
  • Heartburn
  • Loss of appetite
  • Nausea or vomiting 
  • Flatulence or gas

Dypepesia (indigestion) is caused by the vitiation of agni. This is caused by the following:-

  • Eating too fast, over eating , or irregular eating.
  • Intake of unwholesome, heavy, cold, un-unctuous, or contaminated food.
  • Improper use of purgation, emetic, and oelation therapy.
  • Emaciation as a result of disease.
  • Living in improper country, or seasons.
  • Suppression of natural urges.

Who is at risk for Indigestion?
People of all ages and of both sexes are affected by indigestion. It's extremely common. An individual's risk increases with:-

  • Excess alcohol consumption
  • Use of drugs that may irritate the stomach, such as aspirin and other pain relievers
  • Conditions where there is an abnormality in the digestive tract, such as an ulcer
  • Emotional problems, such as anxiety or depression
  • Obesity
  • Smoking

How Can I Prevent Indigestion?
The best way to prevent indigestion is to avoid the foods and situations that seem to cause it. Keeping a food diary is helpful in identifying foods that cause indigestion. Here are some other suggestions:-

  • Eat small meals so the stomach does not have to work as hard or as long.
  • Eat slowly.
  • Avoid foods that contain high amounts of acids, such as citrus fruits and tomatoes.
  • Reduce or avoid foods and beverages that contain caffeine.
  • If stress is a trigger for your indigestion, learn new methods for managing stress, such as relaxation and biofeedback techniques.
  • If you smoke, quit. Smoking can irritate the lining of the stomach.
  • Cut back on alcohol consumption, because alcohol can also irritate the stomach lining.
  • Avoid wearing tight-fitting garments, because they tend to compress the stomach, which can cause its contents to enter the esophagus.
  • Don't exercise with a full stomach. Rather, exercise before a meal or at least one hour after eating a meal.
  • Don't lie down right after eating.
  • Wait at least three hours after your last meal of the day before going to bed.
  • Sleep with your head elevated (at least 6 inches) above your feet and use pillows to prop yourself up. This will help allow digestive juices to flow into the intestines rather than to the esophagus.


1. How do I relieve indigestion at home?
Many people find indigestion relief from over-the-counter (OTC) antacid medications. Antacids neutralize the acid in your stomach so it doesn’t irritate your tissues. They work well for occasional indigestion when acid is the cause, but you shouldn’t take them too often. If you have chronic indigestion, or if antacids don’t help, you should Take Pachan Amrit Sudha, thats recommanded by Dhanwantri pharmaceutical.

2. Does drinking water help?
Small sips of water when you’re experiencing indigestion may help a little. If you have acid reflux in your esophagus, the water may help wash the acid back down into your stomach. If your stomach seems slow to digest and release your food, a little water may help move things along while also diluting the acid. But don’t drink so much that it expands your stomach, or it might have the opposite effect.



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