health tips and home remedies for peptic ulcer



What Is Peptic Ulcer?

Peptic ulcers are sores that grow in the lining of the stomach, lower esophagus, or small intestine. They are usually formed as a effect of inflammation caused by the bacteria H. pylori, Also from erosion from stomach acids. Peptic ulcers are a fairly community health problem.
There are 3 types of peptic ulcers:

gastric ulcers: Ulcers which develop inside the stomach
esophageal ulcers: ulcers which develop inside the esophagus
duodenal ulcers: ulcers which develop in the upper section of the small intestines, called the duodenum

What causes Peptic Ulcer?

Different factors may cause break down of the lining of the stomach, the esophagus, and the small intestine too. These include:
Stomach infection and inflammation due to Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori), a type of bacteria.
Frequent use of certain medicines like aspirin, ibuprofen, and other anti-inflammatory drugs.
Smoking habit
Drinking too much alcohol empty stomach
Radiation therapy as cancer treatment
Stomach cancer

Health Tips for Peptic Ulcer

1. Food Habit:
Avoid foods which irritate your stomach. If some food upsets your stomach when you eat it, avoid it. Each one is different, but spicy foods, citrus fruits, and fatty foods are common irritants. Also avoid overeating too.
Do not be empty stomach, have some food whenever u feel to eat, it helps to neutralize gastric acid.

2. Stop Smoking.
Substantial smokers are more likely to cause duodenal ulcers than nonsmokers.

3. Practice Moderation.
Substantial consumption of alcohol and has been shown to contribute to the development of ulcers, so limited your intake to a minimum. 

4. Avoid SAIDS.
Take non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS including aspirin and ibuprofen) with some food, as this may decrease risk of irritating the lining of stomach.

4. Avoid Stress.
Take some time and observe about what causes you to feel stressed, such as work, family, food, finances or illness. Once you know what is causing your stress, consider how you can eliminate or reduce that stress factor.
If you cannot eliminate all of your stress factors, you can at least cope with them in other way.
Spend time to relax and to do activities you enjoy. Do meditation and yoga

Home Remedies for Peptic Ulcer

1. Curd and Probiotic supplements

Probiotics in curd are living organisms that help restore balance to the good bacteria in the digestive tract. As well as helping achieve optimal gut health, they may help in treating ulcers.
Probiotic supplements can also take n to maintain good bacterial gut flora.
Few foods contain probiotics in them. But, consider taking supplements as they have higher concentrations of probiotics per serving.

2. Ginger

Most of people aware about that ginger has gastro protective effects. Some of them use it to treat stomach and digestive conditions, such as constipation, bloating, and gastritis.

3. Colorful fruits

Many fruits have compounds called flavonoids, which are polyphenols. Polyphenols may help with stomach ulcers. They may also help a range of other digestive issues, including spasms and diarrhea.
Flavonoids guard the stomach lining from developing ulcers. They do this by growing stomach mucus, which inhibits the growth of H. pylori. Flavonoids has antioxidant properties also.
Apples, Blueberries, Cherries, Lemons and oranges are the fruits having flavonoids.

4. Plantain bananas

Plantains are a one type of banana. Unripe plantains can have a positive effect on peptic ulcers. Unripe plantains have a flavonoid called leucocyanidin. Leucocyanidin which increases the amount of mucus in the stomach. This fruit may also reduce acidity that can help prevent and relieve symptoms of ulcers.

5. Honey

Honey is a popular, natural sweetener used across the Word. People who eat honey regularly can enjoy a range of health benefits.
Honey has antimicrobial properties against H. pylori. It suggests that honey can be useful for treating stomach ulcers.
People also use honey to rapidity wound healing, including skin ulcers, burns, and wounds.

6. Turmeric

Turmeric is also popular yellow spice frequently used in India and other parts of southern Asia. Turmeric contains a compound called curcumin has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant activities that help to prevent stomach ulcers.

7. Chamomile

Few peoples use chamomile flowers and chamomile teas to treat minor anxiety, intestinal spasms, and inflammation. Chamomile extracts also have anti-ulcer properties

8. Garlic

Garlic is common in many parts of the world for adding flavor to food. Garlic has antimicrobial and antibacterial activitiess, which make it helpful in fighting infections.

9. Licorice

Licorice is a common spice that is native to the Mediterranean region and Asia. People are using licorice in traditional medications for hundreds of years. Some people trust that eating a dried licorice root can help cure and prevent ulcers.

10. Aloe vera

Aloe vera is a common ingredient found in many topical lotions, cosmetics, and foods. However aloe vera produced favorable results for affected stomach ulcers

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