Avoid taking too much of these 3 things to cure ulcer

Do you have ulcer and Still want to live long? Did you know that what you eat play a very crucial job in Your body system?

What Is Stomach Ulcer?

Stomach ulcers, also known as gastric ulcers, are open sores that develop on the lining of the stomach. Ulcers can also occur in part of the intestine just beyond the stomach. These are known as duodenal ulcers. Both stomach and duodenal ulcers are sometimes referred to as peptic ulcers.

Causes Are: A times Our diet, Injuries, diseases, and infections can cause them. What they look like depends on where you have them and how you got them. While some go away on their own, others cause serious problems if you don’t treat them.

Ulcers occur when stomach acid damages the lining of the digestive tract. Common causes include the bacteria H. Pylori and anti-inflammatory pain relievers including aspirin.

Symptoms Of An Ulcer Are Listed Bellow

1# You will experience dull pain in the stomach

2# constant weight loss

3# Inability to eat because of pain

4# Regular nausea or vomiting

5# Strong bloating

6# feeling easily full

7# burping or acid reflux

8# You will experience heartburn, which is a burning sensation in the chest)

8# pain that may improve when you eat, drink, or take antacids

9# anemia, whose symptoms can include tiredness, shortness of breath, or paler skin

10# dark, tarry stools

11# vomit that’s bloody or looks like coffee grounds

Haven Known That, Bellow Are To Avoid If You Want To Be Free From An Ulcer

Avoid Excessive Intake Of Chocolate

Although Chocolate has lots of potential health benefits. But it often causes discomfort for some people who have ulcers. If eating chocolate makes you feel worse, wait to indulge until your ulcer has healed.

Caffeine in coffee, tea, chocolate, and even some over-the-counter pain relief medication is thought to stimulate the stomach to secrete acid, which can irritate an ulcer.

Avoid Excessive Intake Of Caffeine

Caffeine speeds up the process of gastricemptying, which may result in highly acidicstomach contents passing into the small intestine more rapidly than normal, causinginjury or ulcers.

Coffee consumption has been reported to be associated with several diseases including peptic ulcer. Please take note.

Avoid Excessive Intake Of Alcohol

Regardless of the details, one fact remains:Alcohol abuse can contribute to a painful sore in the stomach. Whether or not drinking is causing a person’s ulcer, science has concluded thatdrinking doesn’t help an ulcer heal. In fact,drinking when one has an ulcer can actually make the condition worse.

Alcohol can irritate the lining of the stomachif people drink excessively. This leads toinflammation and increases the risk of anulcer developing. Drinking alcohol can also interfere with the healing process of ulcersthat are already present, thus prolonging and exacerbating the symptoms.

Please I strongly advise you to abide by this health message If you love Your life and want to live long.

NOTE: All images used above are for illustrative purpose!

Published by Ernest I.

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