Indigestion is a vague feeling of discomfort in the abdomen or chest that affects the stomach, esophagus, and small intestine of an infected person. Indigestion is a non-ulcerative gastrointestinal pain and is accompanied by symptoms such as pain when eating or heartburn, bloating, gas in the abdomen, nausea, vomiting of blood and sourness.
Burping, bloating and… are symptoms of indigestion. In general, indigestion can be a cause of discomfort in your body.
When you have symptoms of indigestion
If you have recently experienced mild indigestion once or twice, it is best to try to make changes in your life and be kinder to your stomach:
1. Full observance of personal hygiene, especially oral health
2. Avoid foods that you have experienced that are not compatible with your body.
3. Never fill your stomach with food, but eat more often but each time in small quantities.
4. Always sit and eat slowly and chew food well.
5. Eat a healthy diet. Eat less fried foods, cheese, chips and red meat, and more fruits, grilled chicken or fish, and boiled potatoes.
6. Increase the amount of fiber in your diet. Fiber is abundant in fruits, vegetables and whole grain breads.
7. Avoid consuming spicy spices, excessive salt and vinegar. Some salad foods (such as onions and tomatoes) can often make heartburn worse.
8. Use less caffeine in coffee, tea and soft drinks.
9. Avoid eating large amounts of food just before going to bed.
10. Try to lose weight and increase the amount of exercise and exercise.
11. Avoid any alcohol and smoking.