Hyperacidity

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Meaning of Hyperacidity

The simplest and the easily comprehensible meaning of hyperacidity is the enhanced level of an acid named as Hydrochloric acid it the stomach. To further clarify, hydrochloric acid is the digestive juice which is secreted by the stomach. This juice helps in breakdown of food particles into the smallest form possible so that these may be digested and absorbed by the body easily and completely. When this acid increases in the stomach, the condition is known as hyperacidity.

Causes

Hyperacidity may be caused by multiple factors including intake of spicy and sour foods in large quantities. Apart from this, white flour sugars and white flour products are also known to increase the level of acid in the stomach. Sometimes incompatible foods that are taken together such as milk and fish or milk and salt also lead to hyperacidity.

Additionally, smoking, excessive intake of tea, coffee or alcohol.. and some mental states such as stress or anger also cause the stomach acid to increase. Suppression of some urges such as urination or stools, eating in a state of indigestion, daytime sleep after the meals, hunger, gastro duodenal ulcer and staying awake during late night hours also lead to hyperacidity. Excessive exposure to heat and sunlight as well as hunger are also contributing factors for hyperacidity in stomach.

Symptoms

Hyperacidity is mostly accompanied by some common symptoms in almost all the individuals. These symptoms are stiffness in the stomach, indigestion, constipation, nausea, vomiting, state of restlessness and lack of appetite.

Ayurvedic Viewpoint about hyperacidity

Hyperacidity is known as Amal Pitta in Ayurvedic terms. It is caused due to enhanced Pitta or digestive fire in the stomach and leads to improper or incomplete digestion of food. As a result, toxins are produced which cause hyperacidity in the stomach.

Suggestions for Diet and Lifestyle to treat hyperacidity

Foods responsible for hyperacidity must be avoided. Some of these foods are tea, coffee, alcohol, aerated drinks, garlic, tomatoes, onions, vinegar and ginger. Fermented foods, processed foods, spicy, sour and salty foods plus gravies must also be avoided. Don’t eat curd at night. Chew your food properly to aid in easy digestion. Do some exercises and yoga to keep your body free from toxins.

Effective Home Remedies for hyperacidity

Chewing of small piece of jaggery after lunch and dinner is recommended to treat hyperacidity. You may also have a mixture of licorice root, coriander seeds, basil leaves, powdered fennel and rock candy in powder form 15 minutes before your meals. It helps in prevention of hyperacidity. Similarly a mixture of fennel, rock candy and green cardamom proves to be an effective home remedy for heartburn which is caused due to hyperacidity. Have this mixture with cold milk.

Swami ramdev and his team of dedicated scientists have developed a herbal combination that has got good response in reducing hyperacidity problem. This herbal combination comes in the form of health back by baba ramdev.

 
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