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Effective and risk-free cure for Gastric Problems

Gastric problems are quite common in people who are indulged in improper eating habits and lead an inactive lifestyle. Any of the diseases that are related to any of the parts of the digestive system such as those related to the stomach, intestine, esophagus and rectum is referred to as gastric problems as per medical science. Though these problems fall under the category of common diseases however these may start inviting other serious health issues if left undiagnosed or untreated for long time. Generally, gastric problems arise when foods consumed by the body remain in an indigested form for long time. These foods are acted upon by the bacteria and start producing excessive gas in the stomach. That is why other problems including pain and heaviness, nausea, headache etc. may start arising.

Most people prefer taking medicines to relieve gas from the stomach. However such problems offer only temporary relief from this problem. To get long term and permanent relief from such problems, you need to switch over the natural and risk-free treatment options that are presented by the ayurveda. Certain types of therapies are used under ayurvedic treatment approach for gastric problems. These therapies are offered by the clinics such as Nidanam Wellness Clinic that is operated under the supervision of Dr. Jyotiraditya Agarwal. The experts in his team help patients to say no to gastric troubles for good and strengthen their digestive system.

What do gastric problems mean?

Excessive formation of gas along with some other discomforts in the stomach is what is referred to as gastric trouble in the medical science. It is a commonly experience problem by such people who are unable to digest their foods properly. Whenever we consume anything it goes down to the stomach and gets absorbed in the body to provide the requisite nutrients and energy to the entire body for its normal functions. However the foods may not be completely digested under certain conditions. As an instance, intake of excessively heavy and spicy foods may lead to indigestion. Or people who remain totally inactive lifestyle are also at high risk of suffering from this problem. The foods that remain in an indigested form in the stomach start producing gas due to activity of the bacteria. As a result, the concerned person complains of heaviness and pain in the stomach. It may invite some other problems too.

What to do to manage gastric problems?

Some simple points when paid due attention may help you to get relieved of gastric problems and also prevent the same. Have a look.

  • Consume light and easily digestible foods only.
  • Drink plenty of water.
  • Try to remain physically active.
  • Go for walks for at least 35-40 minutes daily.
  • Abstain from smoking and alcohol consumption.
  • Say no to spicy and oily foods.
  • Have some jaggery following the meals.
  • Fennel seeds may also be consumed twice or thrice a day.

Ayurvedic perspective of Gastric Problems

Thinking about gastric problems from ayurvedic viewpoint, these arise as a result of imbalance of three doshas in the body. It is because all the three doshas including the Vata, Pitta and kapha doshas have key roles to play in the overall good health and normal functioning of the digestive system. Vitiation or disturbance in any of these doshas certainly gives rise to numerous problems and gastric troubles are also an outcome of such issues. Keeping in mind the same fact, the main aim of ayurvedic treatment for gastric problems is to retain the lost balance amidst these three doshas which in turn helps in normalizing all the other related functions. For achievement of this purpose, ayurveda has specified some therapies that work wonders in successful management of this problem.

Ayurvedic therapies for Gastric problems management

Here are some of the wonderful and effective therapies that are chiefly used for successful and long term relief from the gastric troubles. These therapies are quite beneficial for such people who suffer from such problems chronically.

Sneha Vasti

This therapy is commonly used in ayurveda for total detoxification of the body. The basic meaning of ‘Vasti’ is enema. Hence enema using medicated oil or ghee is administered to the patients through the anal route in this therapy. This in turn helps in balancing the Vata Dosha. The toxins or other waste materials are removed from the body so that any problems in normal digestion may be eradicated.

Padabhyanga Massage

‘Pada’ means feet and hence this ayurvedic therapy is meant to offer foot massage to the patients with the help of some herbal oil. There are certain special points on the feet that are pressed gently while massaging so as to offer great mental relaxation to the patients. Again it helps in bringing about normal balance amidst various doshas in the body. Due to stress relief, the patients are able to enjoy good digestive health too.

Vaman

This therapy is also aimed at total detoxification of the body and it is ensured through the process of vomiting. The vitiation of doshas is eradicated using this therapy so that the gastric problems may also be managed automatically.

Virechanam

Purgation treatment is used in this therapy for some specific time so that toxins may be flushed out of the body. This therapy makes use of medicated ghee that is given to the patients orally. Apart from purgation, the patient is also made to undergo massage for total relaxation.

 Kashaya Basti

Use of medicated decoction to give enema to the patients makes this therapy somewhat different from the others that are also aimed at removal of toxins from the body. It is quite efficient in treatment and prevention of gastric troubles as well as constipation and flatulence.

Anyone who is suffering from gastric problems excessively and chronically must switch over to a safe and natural cure for this problem. It is available in the form of ayurvedic treatment for gastric problems that is totally risk-free and in fact beneficial for the patients in the long run.

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