what is hyperacidity
Ayurveda View of hyperacidity
Avoid foods containing an excess amount of garlic, salt, oil, chilies,etc. very often. Avoid rice curd and sour fruits. Avoid, smoking, alcohol, tea, coffee, and aspirin-type drugs.
what is the cause of hyperacidity?
Smoking, alcohol consumption, and high levels of stress/anxiety may trigger hyperacidity. If you regularly drink coffee, make sure you don’t consume it on an empty stomach. Those who like to habitually combine smoking with drinking alcohol/coffee may also develop hyperacidity.
Symptoms of hyperacidity
- Bitter or sour belching.
- Nausea and vomiting.
- Throat irritation.
- Abdominal distention.
- Aversion towards food.
- Mild chest pain.
Ayurvedic Treatment of hyperacidity
- Shatavari – 3 gm twice a day with milk.
- Yashtimadhu – 3 gm twice a day with milk.
- Amalaki (Indian gooseberry) – 3 gm twice a day with water.
- Sunthi (dry ginger) – 1- 3 gm twice a day with water.
Home Remedies for hyperacidity
Hyperacidity can be very well managed following certain preventive measures and home remedies that offers respite from hyperacidity. Prevention. Practices mindful eating habits and eat a well-balanced and nutritious diet. Tulsi leaves. Ginger. Cold Milk. Mint Leaves. Cumin Seeds (Jeera)