Indigestion means stomach burns, bloating, cramps or nausea and even vomiting, symptoms that are not very pleasant and can predict an ulcer or gastritis. Causes of indigestion are food excesses, coffee and alcohol, fat food, too spicy foods, awkward food combinations, sparkling drinks, unhealthy food, stress and sedentary.
What do you have to do when you face with indigestion?
1. Drink a glass of lemon water
Hot lemon water stimulates digestion and accelerates intestinal transit. Lemons are rich in vitamins and minerals that help to eliminate toxins from the digestive tract, keeping it healthy this way. It’s advisable to drink boiled lemon water.
2. Apple cider vinegar
Yes, apple cider vinegar that sometimes you can use it in salads now can bring back your appetite. 2 teaspoons of apple cider vinegar and one with lemon juice mixed with a glass of warm water are a great remedy for indigestion. Serve this drink before meals.
3. Drink ginger tea
Besides being very good in treating colds, ginger helps to calm stomach cramps and is a real remedy for nausea, intestinal gas and bloating.
4. Consume plenty of fibers
If your meals are poor in fibers then you definitely will face with indigestion and constipation. The high fiber consumption will help your stomach to feel more comfortable. Fiber helps clean the intestines and speed digestion. Consume many fruits and vegetables every day and you won’t have any digestive problems.
5. Drink a yogurt
Yogurt contain healthy bacteria needed for good digestion. If you have indigestion and drink 1 yogurt, the symptoms will be reduced considerably. Yogurt is very good and also a great remedy for constipation.
A simple outdoor walk can improve digestion and make you feel slimmer and full of energy. Yoga exercises are also great to reduce stress and anxiety that have a direct impact over the digestive system.
To prevent indigestion, doctors recommend outdoor walks, regular meals, stress avoidance, and exercise.
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