If there is no serious illness, a number of home remedies can help against stomach ache. If mental problems are the cause, the living conditions should urgently be changed, not only because ultimately stress and strain can lead to gastric ulcers. Avoid hustle both at work (if possible, no shift service) as well as in the private environment, as well as rest and relaxation as for balancing sports (such as yoga or tai chi) and help your angeknacksten soul with Bach flowers on the jumps.
Psychotherapy for depression
If you have depression or other causes that are not due to a temporary phase, you may want to consider psychotherapy. In general, it is important to avoid the factors causing stomach pain and to keep bed rest for one or two days.
Home remedies for stomach ache
- Herbal teas: Coriander, chamomile, basil leaves, cumin, fennel, ginger, anise and lemon balm soothe the stomach and the digestive tract and can be processed to tea creations as desired or buy as ready tea blends.
- Heat: A hot water bottle on the upper abdomen can expel stomach pain.
- Regular Meals: Eat at fixed times, avoid lavish mudding and try not to nibble something in between.
- Avoid sweets: try to eat as sugar-free as possible.
- Still water: Drink a glass of lukewarm water immediately after getting up or dissolve a pinch of natron in the water.
- Magendübler: artichoke juice, fresh cabbage juice or a small bit of bitter after a heavy meal facilitate digestion.
- Sea buckthorn: Three times a day half a teaspoon of sea buckthorn from the pharmacy helps against stomach cramps
- Vinegar wrap: Put vinegar in a bowl of hot water and dip a towel. Place the wiped cloth on the stomach for a quarter of an hour.
- Potatoes: Eat potato soup or fresh mashed potatoes.
Diet for stomach ache
Diet-related stomach aches is worth a change in the diet. Avoid fatty foods and sumptuous meals as much as possible, avoid excessive consumption of meat and animal products, and instead switch to whole foods and fruits and vegetables. Start the day with fruits and avoid late supper.
Avoid hyperacidity of the stomach (acidosis) by avoiding high-acid foods and low carbohydrates but high fiber intake. Even light soups (especially fat-free chicken soup), salads and natural yoghurt have proven to be gentle on the stomach. Watch out for a varied diet enriched with digestive spices such as cumin, ginger and fennel.
At the beginning of the diet change, an individual fasting may be very useful to cleanse the gastrointestinal tract. In some cases, additional options for the treatment of gastric pain in the form of medications must be considered in addition.