Natural Home Remedies For Upset Stomach, Ache And Diarrhea

Natural Home Remedies For Upset Stomach, Ache And Diarrhea


Natural home remedies for upset stomach, stomach
ache, and diarrhea. The following are natural remedial methods
of treating dyspepsia, stomach ache, and diarrhea: Drink plenty of water. Upset stomach is a digestion problem that
may arise due to dehydration. Thus, like most other similar conditions,
drinking lots of water can help to alleviate the problem. It is recommended for men and women to drink
about 4 liters and 3 liters of water respectively each day. Licorice root. Licorice root has chemical compounds that
help in the treatment of digestion problems due to inflammation. Digestive problems like peptic ulcer and dyspepsia
can be treated by drinking a glass of licorice root tea daily. Yarrow. Yarrow is an herbal plant that is loaded with
myriad antioxidants. Antioxidants such as flavonoids and tannins
present in this herb are helpful in reducing the amount of acid produced in the stomach. This natural treatment method can be done
by drinking yarrow tea, or by chewing fresh or cooked yarrow leaves. Ginger. Ginger comes in handy in the treatment of
gastrointestinal problems. The presence of chemical compounds like gingerols
in ginger is highly beneficial to digestive health as they promote contractions in the
digestive tract. Further, ginger contains antioxidants that
can help in reducing some symptoms of dyspepsia like nausea. Stay in a vertical position. Lying down when you have an upset stomach
is highly not recommended. This is because the chances of experiencing
heartburn only increases due to the fact that the acid in the stomach tend to flow back
and forth in this position. Hence, it is advised that people suffering
from dyspepsia should avoid lying down or staying in a horizontal position, at least
until the symptoms subside. However, if the person must lie down, then,
the person should stay at an angle of about 30 degrees with pillow support. Coconut water. Coconut water is not only refreshing, but
also nourishing. The presence of vitamins and minerals such
as potassium and magnesium in this drink is helpful in the treatment of digestive disorders
including upset stomach. Moreover, drinking coconut water will also
help to keep the body hydrated, therefore, easing digestion. People who have upset stomach are advised
to slowly drink about 2 glasses of coconut water three times daily to cure the condition. Basil. Drinking a mixture of dried basil leaves in
boiled water is another natural treatment method for stomach upset and stomach pain
that can be done at home. Alternatively, pouring the leaves over meals
and consuming can also produce the same result, albeit at a slower rate. The underlying reason is this. Basil has anti-inflammatory properties due
to the presence of antioxidants like linoleic acid in the herb. Cinnamon. Cinnamon is packed with many helpful antioxidants
such as eugenol that benefit people suffering from digestive problems, including stomach
upset. These antioxidants and other chemical compounds
present in cinnamon can also help in reducing the symptoms of stomach upset like heartburn
and bloating. Cinnamon can be used for this purpose by adding
it to boiled water as tea, or by adding a teaspoon of cinnamon powder to your meal. Avoid foods that are not easily digested. Certain foods are not as easy to be digested
as others. Foods such as fried foods or salty foods are
difficult to digest, and should be avoided when a person has an upset stomach. Banana. Like coconut, banana contains essential nutrients
like potassium, which are beneficial for overall health. For instance, the high potassium content of
bananas helps in reducing abdominal pain and muscle spasms during dyspepsia. Furthermore, diarrhea patients can also benefit
from eating bananas as they (bananas) add bulk to loose stools. Take a warm bath. Taking a warm bath can help to reduce the
tension in the muscles of the stomach, thereby, promoting proper digestion. This is also due to the fact that heat helps
to relax the muscles. Thus, having a warm bath during the day and/or
before going to bed will help to ease the symptoms. Quit smoking. We have already mentioned that lifestyle factors
such as smoking and drinking excess alcohol may also contribute to dyspepsia. While alcohol is not easily digested in the
stomach, smoking causes irritation in the throat (that also increases the risk of developing
dyspepsia). Therefore it goes without saying that staying
away from smoking and alcohol will help to not only reduce the symptoms of stomach upset,
but will also help in preventing the onset of the problem. Lemon juice and baking soda. Symptoms of dyspepsia like bloating and abdominal
pain can be reduced by taking a mixture of diluted lemon juice with a pinch of baking
soda. The idea behind this is that lemon contains
strong acidic compounds (e.g. citric acid) which combine with the baking soda to produce
carbonic acid, which helps to alleviate the symptoms. Lime can also be used instead of lemon. Cloves. Cramping, nausea, and heartburn associated
with upset stomach can be treated using cloves. Drinking a mixture of powdered cloves with
honey or water (as tea) is recommended for this purpose. Figs. Figs have laxative properties that promote
proper bowel movement in the digestive tract. Why this plant may not be good for diarrhea
patients, people with stomach upset can benefit from eating the fruits of the fig tree. Apple cider vinegar. Dyspepsia and stomach ache can be treated
using apple cider vinegar (ACV). By mixing one tablespoon of ACV and one tablespoon
of honey in a glass of warm water and drinking, you can effectively reduce the symptoms of
upset stomach. Fennel seeds. You can reduce the symptoms of stomach upset
by either chewing on fennel seeds, or by mixing the ground seeds with hot water for tea. Nausea, abdominal cramps, and flatulence can
be effectively reduced through any of these methods. Chamomile tea. Diarrhea and upset stomach can be cured by
drinking chamomile tea. BRAT Diet. This is a special diet comprising bananas,
rice, applesauce, and toast. The BRAT diet has long been used for the treatment
of diarrhea, and remains effective. An advantage of this diet is the fact that
it can be fed to adults as well as children suffering from diarrhea. Cumin. The seeds of this herbal plant have been discovered
to have potent medicinal properties. Cumin seeds have active chemical substances
that help in reducing symptoms such as bloating and heartburn by reducing the excess production
of acids in the stomach. Although chewing on raw cumin seeds can help
to alleviate dyspepsia symptoms, it is better to consume it as a tea by mixing ground cumin
seeds with hot water, or by pouring the ground seeds over your meal. Whether it is dyspepsia, stomach ache, or
diarrhea that you are suffering from, there are several ways of treating these problems
without the use of medication. However, while most of these natural remedies
are effective for most people, others may not be. Thus, it is imperative that you consult with
your doctor before choosing to go with any of the methods listed above, especially if
you have a peculiar health condition. Don’t forget to click the subscribe button
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