Dyspepsia: when your stomach does not agree with your choices

Dyspepsia is a medical term that generally describes discomfort in the upper abdomen. Also known as upset stomach or indigestion, it's not a disease, but rather a collection of symptoms.

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Dyspepsia can be caused by numerous problems, such as the medication used, but most of the time is triggered by lifestyle choices:

– Eating too fast or too much at once.
– Eat spicy or fatty foods.
– Consume products that contain alcohol, too much caffeine, chocolate or carbonated drinks.
– Smoke.
– Certain medications such as iron supplements, corticosteroids, anti-inflammatories and antibiotics.
– Increased anxiety and stress.

Dyspepsia can cause one or more of these signs and symptoms:

  • Feeling full early in the meal and not being able to finish
  • Fullness after a meal that is uncomfortable
  • Upper abdominal discomfort
  • Burning sensation in the upper part of the abdomen
  • Sensation of uncomfortable swelling in the abdomen
  • Sickness
  • Vomiting or belching, which occurs less frequently

You should consult your doctor as soon as possible if you experience intense pain accompanied by repeated vomiting, loss of appetite, involuntary weight loss, fatigue or weakness and difficulty swallowing that progressively worsens. You should also seek immediate medical attention if you experience shortness of breath or chest pain while exercising or with stress or if it radiates to the neck, arm or jaw.

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Making some changes in your lifestyle can help reduce symptoms caused by dyspepsia, such as:

– Eat a larger amount of smaller meals a day instead of a larger one.
– Avoid analgesics that contain anti-inflammatories.
– Decrease or stop the use of caffeine and alcohol.
– Try not to consume many medications.
– Control anxiety and stress.

When your stomach does not agree with your choices

The stomach shows you how you digest new events in your life and how you perceive what is presented to you as an opportunity to grow. If you have problems or problems to digest well it is because you do not allow yourself to see the news that has appeared in your life. There is a certain rejection in you of changes, of what is different and what is new.

It is very possible that you judge what you see and want others to change or that the circumstances are different, because you think that something is unfair or that someone "should not be like that", as you see it.

What your body is indicating to you is that, at the bottom of your being, you want to accept the new situation, or accept the other person as he is, seeing where the love is at that moment and discovering what that situation is for you. teaching

Discover what beliefs prevent you from digesting such an event or person, to become more tolerant of life again.

If you want to put peace in your stomach, put peace in your head. Work anger, anger, acceptance, empathy, flexibility and think that sometimes it is better to be happy than to always be right.

Do not forget that you produce, with your emotions, diseases. So it manages emotions well and health will come in addition.

Important: It should be clarified that Bioguía does not give medical advice or prescribe the use of techniques as a form of treatment for physical or mental problems without the advice of a doctor, either directly or indirectly. In the case of applying for this purpose some information of this site, Bioguía does not assume the responsibility of those acts. The intention of the site is only to offer information of a general nature to help in the search of development and personal growth.


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