Dyspepsia. Symptoms. Treatments and remedies. Natural Medicine

Definition of Dyspepsia.
Gastric dyspepsia is defined as that form of indigestion and difficult, sometimes painful.

Classification of dyspepsia
Dyspepsia may be symptomatic when the expression of anatomic lesions by the stomach or other organs with the stomach having intimate relationships topographical or functional, such as the esophagus, duodenum (first portion of the intestine), appendix, liver, bile ducts, etc..

Within this category we can classify the different causes for dyspepsia has led to:
* Acid dyspepsia: Type of dyspepsia caused by excessive acidity of gastric juice, with acres or acid regurgitation.
* Appendicular dyspepsia: Dyspepsia caused by a lesion of the appendix.
* Dyspepsia Biliary dyspepsia is caused by deficient secretion of bile.
* Dyspepsia reflects: dyspepsia as a result of the close correlation between injuries extragastric nerve and stomach. The clear example of this is appendicitis, which is manifested exclusively or predominantly with gastric symptoms and can induce the physician to misdiagnosis.
* Salivary Dyspepsia: Dyspepsia due to low secretion of saliva or food insalivation poor.
* Atonic dyspepsia: Shape due to deficiencies in the muscular layer of the stomach and intestines.

In these cases there will always be to find the root cause and treat for dyspepsia symptoms disappear.

Dyspepsia may also be essential or functional (nervous). It's the type of gastric dyspepsia that did not reveal any anatomical cause gastric or extragastric to impaired digestive function. In such cases one speaks of nervous dyspepsia, discomfort by attributing the origin neuropsychic by gastric autonomic dystonia.

Hiperclorhídrica Dyspepsia and hipoclorhídrica
The hiperclorhídrica type dyspepsia is characterized by a feeling of heaviness and fullness in the stomach after a meal, albeit slight, with belching, acid regurgitation, burning sensation and stomach pains (gastralgias)

The hipoclorhídrica is the kind of appetite that causes dyspepsia, gastric sensation of weight, weight loss.

The hiperclorhídrica not be confused of dyspepsia maintained by the hyperactive stomach ulcer, certain forms of gastritis and appendicitis; hipoclorhídrica form requires differential diagnosis with chronic atrophic gastritis and stomach cancer.

Symptoms of dyspepsia
The characteristic symptoms of dyspepsia are:
* Lack of appetite
* Bad breath
* Flatulence or burping
* Nausea
* Feeling of long and laborious digestion
* Bloating
* Meteor
* Diarrhea or constipation or both alternating.

If chronic dyspepsia is also can occur
* Headache
* Fatigue (tiredness)
* Thinning
Anemia
* Irritability

Medical Treatments and Natural Remedies for dyspepsia

Treatment of dyspepsia with food

A key to treatment is the correct diet. To recommend reading this article and follow-up: The laws of healing through food
* In addition you should also avoid snuff, alcohol, drugs that irritate the stomach lining.
* Eat slowly, chewing well and in a relaxed atmosphere free of stress.
* Avoid chlicle and drinking too much water during the meal.
* Avoid large meals and greasy, while respecting the combination of foods.

Natural Medicine for dyspepsia with Juices: cabbage and red beets with lactic acid.

Natural Medicine for dyspepsia with Medicinal Plants: Cinnamon, Willow, Chamomile bittersweet, Boldo, Anise, Mint, Fennel, Licorice.

Natural Medicine for dyspepsia with Thalassotherapy: Quinton Isotonic.

Natural Medicine for dyspepsia with Homotoxicology - Homeopathy: Gastricumeel (c), Nux vomica-Homaccord (g), Veratrum-Homaccord (g).

For more information see: Treatment of diseases with natural medicine

Related topics:

Medicine for the Stomach
The laws of healing through food
Treatment of diseases with natural medicines and biological
The combination of food
Health Diet

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