Sunday, February 10, 2008

Hyperacidity and Heartburn

There may be burning sensation or pain in the stomach after one to four hours of a meal. You may feel hungry frequently, usually after one or two hours of a meal. Heartburn may be experienced when you lie down. Belching, nausea, bitter taste in mouth, vomiting and loss of appetite are some other symptoms of hyperacidity. After a large meal, a constant pain may occur in the upper abdomen.

Remedies for Hyperacidity:

If you feel acid problem in your stomach then chew some basil leaves. Slowly suck a small piece of jaggery. A glass of chilled milk is a quick remedy for hyperacidity and heartburn.

Remedy for Heartburn:

Almonds are quite effective in treating heartburn; chew few almonds when you experience heartburn. Ginger root with honey taken after meal is effective for treating heartburn.