Problems of indigestion

Problems of indigestion
 

Indigestion can be an extremely annoying feeling because you want to eat, but each time you do, not matter how good the food is your stomach finds it difficult to deal with it and this leads to losing any pleasure the food may have given you.

There are many factors that contribute towards one’s digestive problems. It’s not alaways all about the food. There are also some external factors like stress, depression, smoking, excessive drinking, age and lack of exercise, which aids these causes in disrupting proper digestion. Some common causes of digestion problems are:

1. Stress: The nervous system controls the digestive system, so any kind of stress, affects digestion.

2. Taking antibiotics: Digestion problems also results due to the destruction of beneficial bacteria by antibiotics. These bacteria are helpful in fighting against harmful pathogens in the digestive tract and they also aid digestion.

3. Bad Diet: Junk food lacks necessary nutrients and has no fiber. Raw food sometimes also disrupts the digestive process. If you are allergic to some kind of food this may also cause digestion problems.

4. Eating Habits: Swallowing food without chewing properly leads to indigestion and bloating. Eating a bad food combination, like protein with starched pasta, eating fruits with other foods or extremely fatty food are common causes of fat digestion problems.

Digestive complications and problems can be minimized and eliminated if one takes the proper action. To start with, you should detoxify your system. This will flush out all bad substances from your body. In order to do this, you need to have a special diet for at least two days. On day one, try and have nothing but fluids – plenty of water and fresh fruit and vegetable juice. Make sure to take care of your eating habits as well. Don’t make your stomach a rubbish bin, think about what you are putting there every time you eat.

 

 

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