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Recommendation for Hyperacidity
- Many factors are responsible for good and balanced digestion. Here are some tips to improve your digestion
- Food must be fresh and grown locally, or at least seasonally, and prepared with a caring and loving attitude.
- Food must be eaten with attention and awareness. Our sense of taste both prepares and ignites the digestive process before food ever reaches the stomach, as does our sense of composure and calm.
- Being distracted with books, driving, computers, and phones during a meal negates any hope of a balanced digestive process.
- Eating is best done during Pitta period, between 10 A.M. and 2 P.M.; this is when the enzymes are the strongest and digestion will be the most effective. Eating at other times will eventually compromise the body’s ability to digest and assimilate nutrition and give energy over a long period.
- Don't work till late in night. Lesser sleep may worsen your condition. It is better to rest at home than to hospitalize?
- Avoid sleeping just after taking the meal, whether it is a lunch or a dinner.
- Walk for at least 10 minutes both in evening and morning.
- Don't allow anger to excite your neurons and also be ware of anxiety. Anxiety can give you nothing!!
- Don't mess up unnecessarily with your feelings. They are yours and you should learn how to cop-up with those.
Diet recommendation for hyperacidity:
proper dietary pattern is the best thing in order to avoid hyperacidity. The following tips must be followed:
- Avoid foods that are rich in oils and fats. These foods are difficult to digest, so they may make the stomach release more acids.
- The diet should contain a proper blend of all the tastes. Spicy foods must be just one dish rather than the whole meal.
- Fibers are necessary in the diet as they help in the digestion.
- Red meats must be eaten only occasionally, if at all.
- Too much addiction to strong foods such as tea and coffee may cause hyperacidity. This is also true for other addictions such as smoking and alcohol
- Do not consume sour foods as they already have acidic contents. Acidic foods to avoid are pickles, curds, tamarinds, vinegar, etc.
- Drink hot/warm water. It sounds bad but once you will start with this you will find that how much helpful it is.
- Take the balanced diet, don't shift to the totally spice-less foods.
- While cooking your food add some Pitta-Spices in your food.
- Don't drink water after taking the meal.
- Regularize your dietary habits.
- Don't eat the next meal, until the prior meal hasn't digested properly.
- Don't consume Maida Products.
- Avoid taking the frozen foods.
- Don't have chilled drinks.