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The digestive system is a complex and vast part of the body. It extends from the mouth to the rectum. The digestive system absorbs essential nutrients that the body needs, and helps to get rid of waste. Of disorders of digestion and transit can cause troublesome symptoms daily. A digestion problem can be more serious than the unwanted annoying symptoms. Minor problems that are left untreated can lead to chronic, more serious illnesses. Digestive disorders are a source of many problems (stomach pain, digestion problems, bloating.). These are frequent worries, so much so that it is the first cause of appointment to a doctor! Yet, we can prevent them by our food choices. Good digestion is a sign of good health and well-being. If this is not the case for you, do not panic, there are solutions to these gurgles and incessant swelling.
· Difficult digestion, heavy stomach, nausea or belching. You can also lose your appetite.
· Abdominal pain that can go from the esophagus to the stomach, through the intestine. These are more or less painful and can be manifested in various forms: dull pains or spasms, spasms, burns.
· Intestinal gas,
· Constipation, diarrhea,
· Nausea and vomiting
The causes of these problems are numerous
Some diseases are at the origin of these disorders: Crohn's disease, diverticulosis, irritable bowel syndrome, a tumor.
It can also be intolerance or a food allergy (gluten, lactose, peanut).
Taking medication can also be the cause of these disorders (antibiotics, anti-inflammatories).
However, it should be noted that in the majority of cases, these disorders are benign and come from the way of life of our modern civilization: stress, anxiety, low water consumption, insufficient physical activity, poor nutrition ( low in fiber), are just as many factors that promote the occurrence of these ailments.
How to cure it?
Hygiene and dietary measures
Take your meal in peace.
Take your time to eat and chew well, because digestion begins as soon as you put a food in the mouth, by the work of saliva.
Drink between 1.5 to 2 liters of water a day (preferably between meals) and avoid the consumption of coffee, alcohol, soft drinks and sugary drinks.
Avoid meals too rich and too fat.
Limit the consumption of sweet products.
Remove certain foods such as refined, processed or denatured foods for the benefit of seasonal fruits and vegetables.
Focus on whole grain cereals and legumes for their high fiber content (pasta, rice, bread, etc.) that favor the regulation of transit.
Take care of the cooking method: rather steam or foil to limit the addition of fat.
Do not chew chewing gums to avoid having an aerophagia.
Practice regular physical activity.
Spices are interesting for calming digestive disorders and it is not only for their flavor that they are constantly integrated with oriental and Indian dishes in particular. Moreover, after a meal in a Pakistani or Indian restaurant, we usually offer a mixture of spices to facilitate digestion. Three spices can be particularly useful: cinnamon, coriander and fennel.
Obviously, treatments are a function of symptoms. In general, the gastroenterologist prescribes first-line antispasmodic to calm pain, a protector of the medical clay type mucosa and a drug that regulates the transit.
If such an order does not improve the situation, the doctor can then propose an antidepressant that plays on stress and neuromediators belly. Indeed, this Digestive medicine contains multiple enzyme medications affect the motor skills and sensitivity of the digestive tract. These treatments are not very important in numbers, but their existence is fundamental.