I have been treating reflux esophagitis and gastritis for 17 years. I have known that there's no diseases that lower quality of life as much as reflux esophagitis and gastritis. And the main reasons for lowering the quality of life are feeling something stuck in the throat and epigastric pain. It is very difficult to treat these symptoms because stress is the biggest cause.
The person who is doing business and the person who is meticulous and high-strung and does not express feelings to others is usually stressful.
Stress includes both mental stress and physical stress. If you overtax your brain or have a lot of interpersonal relations to talk a lot, you should resolve the mental and physical stresses so that you can fix throat and epigastric problem. It is possible to eliminate the bad breath caused by the same way.
In order to improve feeling something in the throat and epigastric pain, you need to get treatment of the entire digestive tract. If your abdomen is easily filled with gas, you will need to make smooth movement of the stomach and intestines.
And you should know what food is bad for you for certain reasons.
For example, you have been told that 'cabbage is good for gastritis' and you are making the mistake of eating cabbage for a long time. Cabbage protects the gastric mucosa when a lot of stomach acid comes out but it can decrease gastrointestinal motility and cause the digestive problems and bloating to be worse than usual. In this case, it is more helpful to eat the ginger tea steadily.
If the digestion function falls, it is also problematic to restrain food excessively. The organ 'stomach' is used to make food in the form of 'porridge' and hand it over to the duodenum. The duodenum absorbs the necessary carbohydrates, fats and proteins with the help of bile as well as other digestive enzymes. And then the large intestine reabsorbs the water and the remaining wastes become stools.
If you eat broth-based soups or soft foods to avoid being heavy on stomach, your gastric mortility will decrease gradually. As you get older, the symptoms become worse and make it harder to fix.
Therefore, I would like to share my experience about treating patients with reflux esophagitis for a long time. The materials I will provide are as follows.