17 Ways To Deal With A Bad Stomach

17 Ways To Deal With A Bad Stomach

It's one of the most agonising things, if we have a bad stomach. But there are more than plenty of methods to treat it and look for the cause...NOTE: This is NOT medical advice! Please see your doctor is pain persists.

  • 1

    Is it constipation? - If it's constipation, you can find some constipation relief methods, or just increase your fibre.

  • 2

    Drink some water - If you aren't able to digest and absorb nutrients effectively, increase your water intake, and it will help to rejuvenate you. Make sure that you have at the very least, 2.5 litres of water a day.

  • 3

    Drink some peppermint tea - As well as increasing your fluid intake, mint and menthol is a very traditional method for various stomach ailments, including indigestion.

  • 4

    Restrict your diet - Sometimes we can eat an abundance of food that's too spicy or too rich. If you're someone that has a very diverse diet, eating simple foods, like toast and rice, can give your stomach the opportunity to recover.

  • 5

    Do you have a food intolerance? - If you struggle with specific foods, you may find that you have an intolerance or an allergy. Get a food allergy test, and see if you can identify the culprit.

  • 6

    Is it acid reflux? - If you find that you've got terrible indigestion, it may very well be down to specific foods, or your stomach is just going through a bad time, in which case, certain medications can help.

  • 7

    Are you stressed? - Stress affects us in funny ways. It can affect one person in their entire body, brain, or it can be that feeling of being sick to your stomach. If you're stressed, look at ways of minimising this, like deep breathing.

  • 8

    Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) - IBS is hard to define because it's not just about digestion. It's worth going to a doctor if you feel it's this.

  • 9

    Eat more fruits and vegetables - Increasing your fibre intake may cause everything to work better. Ensuring you eat more fruits and vegetables is the easiest way to do this.

  • 1

    Is it constipation? - If it's constipation, you can find some constipation relief methods, or just increase your fibre.

  • 2

    Drink some water - If you aren't able to digest and absorb nutrients effectively, increase your water intake, and it will help to rejuvenate you. Make sure that you have at the very least, 2.5 litres of water a day.

  • 3

    Drink some peppermint tea - As well as increasing your fluid intake, mint and menthol is a very traditional method for various stomach ailments, including indigestion.

  • 4

    Restrict your diet - Sometimes we can eat an abundance of food that's too spicy or too rich. If you're someone that has a very diverse diet, eating simple foods, like toast and rice, can give your stomach the opportunity to recover.

  • 5

    Do you have a food intolerance? - If you struggle with specific foods, you may find that you have an intolerance or an allergy. Get a food allergy test, and see if you can identify the culprit.

  • 6

    Is it acid reflux? - If you find that you've got terrible indigestion, it may very well be down to specific foods, or your stomach is just going through a bad time, in which case, certain medications can help.

  • 7

    Are you stressed? - Stress affects us in funny ways. It can affect one person in their entire body, brain, or it can be that feeling of being sick to your stomach. If you're stressed, look at ways of minimising this, like deep breathing.

  • 8

    Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) - IBS is hard to define because it's not just about digestion. It's worth going to a doctor if you feel it's this.

  • 9

    Eat more fruits and vegetables - Increasing your fibre intake may cause everything to work better. Ensuring you eat more fruits and vegetables is the easiest way to do this.

  • 10

    Avoid smoking and alcohol - These are both irritants of the throat, which can increase the likelihood of an upset stomach. And as they are both toxins, if you have an upset stomach, you need to avoid these completely.

  • 11

    Take baking soda - Baking soda, in a mixture of lemon juice and water, can relieve many digestive issues.

  • 12

    Have you pulled something? - We use our abdominal muscles for the vast majority of daily activities, therefore injury could be the cause.

  • 13

    Is it excessive gas? - Whether through eating things you're not used to, or a food sensitivity as you age, excessive gas can easily be eradicated with an over-the-counter remedy.

  • 14

    A stomach or peptic ulcer - If you've had an ulcer in the past, it makes you more likely to have more.

  • 15

    Could you be celiac? - An inability to digest wheat and gluten is worth ticking off the list with a simple blood test.

  • 16

    Is it Crohn's disease? - Pain, nausea and various other symptoms can highlight Crohn's disease. If you're not able to eat properly and have lost weight, this may very well be the underlying reason.

  • 17

    Go and see a doctor - Of course, if you specific symptoms persist, it's very important to get it checked out by a medical professional. They can provide you with the right course of treatment.

  • 10

    Avoid smoking and alcohol - These are both irritants of the throat, which can increase the likelihood of an upset stomach. And as they are both toxins, if you have an upset stomach, you need to avoid these completely.

  • 11

    Take baking soda - Baking soda, in a mixture of lemon juice and water, can relieve many digestive issues.

  • 12

    Have you pulled something? - We use our abdominal muscles for the vast majority of daily activities, therefore injury could be the cause.

  • 13

    Is it excessive gas? - Whether through eating things you're not used to, or a food sensitivity as you age, excessive gas can easily be eradicated with an over-the-counter remedy.

  • 14

    A stomach or peptic ulcer - If you've had an ulcer in the past, it makes you more likely to have more.

  • 15

    Could you be celiac? - An inability to digest wheat and gluten is worth ticking off the list with a simple blood test.

  • 16

    Is it Crohn's disease? - Pain, nausea and various other symptoms can highlight Crohn's disease. If you're not able to eat properly and have lost weight, this may very well be the underlying reason.

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