How to treat gastritis

You will need
  • - collecting herbs;
  • - sea buckthorn oil;
  • - flax seed;
  • - pharmaceutical preparations prescribed by a doctor.
If you experience heaviness in the stomach after eating, belching, nausea, indigestion, stabbing or cutting pains with prolonged abstinence from food, and there is also periodic vomiting, sour taste in the mouth, unstable body temperature, general malaise, contact your gastroenterologist.
You will be assigned a comprehensive examination, which includes general tests, blood tests for blood sugar levels, ultrasound examination of the abdominal cavity, and probing. In some cases it is rational to conduct additional examinations, for example, taking a mucous membrane for biochemical examination.
If you are diagnosed with gastritis with high or low acidity of gastric juice, then you should follow all the recommendations of the doctor. Acceptance of pharmaceutical preparations can be made only for the intended purpose and under the personal supervision of a gastroenterologist.
At home, you can, in addition to the main treatment, take herbal preparations, such as collecting equal parts of buckthorn bark, yarrow and watch, or taking thyme. The pharmacy sells herbal preparations for the treatmentgastritiswith high or low acidity of gastric juice.
Taking sea buckthorn oil promotes healing of the gastric mucosa in any species.gastritis. Take 2 teaspoons of oil 3 times a day 30 minutes before meals. The first days you can feel the aggravation of the disease, but after one week you will feel a noticeable relief. It is rational to take oil intake for 30-40 days with intervals for 10 days.
A decoction of flax seeds helps normalize digestion and envelops the gastric mucosa, creating additional protection against negative factors. To use, brew 2 tablespoons of seeds with half a liter of boiling water, leave for 2 hours, strain. Take half a glass 30 minutes before meals and before bedtime.
The maintreatmentgastritisbesides pharmaceuticals and herbs is a sparing diet. Sometimes the diet must be followed throughout life to avoid ulceration of the stomach with extensive bleeding, which is often fatal.
Eat only boiled mashed food, eat fractional and often. In the presence ofgastritiseat rationally 6-7 times a day. Avoid alcoholic drinks, coffee, strong tea, spicy and fatty foods.
If you smoke, it provokes the defeat of the gastric mucosa.