Beat Acidity At Home

When there is an excess secretion of acids in the gastric glands of the stomach, acidity occurs. What triggers acidity is the main question? Smoking, consumption of alcohol, aerated drinks, spicy foods, skipping meals, irregular meals are the triggers which causes acidity. Stress is also an important factor which triggers acidity. There are many people […]

When there is an excess secretion of acids in the gastric glands of the stomach, acidity occurs. What triggers acidity is the main question? Smoking, consumption of alcohol, aerated drinks, spicy foods, skipping meals, irregular meals are the triggers which causes acidity. Stress is also an important factor which triggers acidity. There are many people in the world who face acidity problem; however preventing occurrence of acidity is very easy. Following are few tricks which will help you beat acidity.

Chew Tulsi Leaves

Chew in few tulsi leaves for a while, which will give you instant relief from acidity.

Consume Water

Consume warm water in the morning as you wake up, since it will help to flush out the surplus acid which gets collected in your stomach through the night. Consumption of water will keep your body hydrated and make sure you do not generate unnecessary acid or gas.

Drink Milk

Drinking cold milk is effective against acidity, since milk is an acidity buster and helps in stabilizing gastric acids.

Eat Greens

Eat a lot of green vegetables, fruits which are alkaline and helps in keeping you away from acidic gases. Eat more vegetables such as beans, cabbage, carrot, drumsticks, pumpkin and spring onions to relieve from acidity. Also, consume fruits such as bananas, papayas, watermelons help in getting rid from acidity.

Reduce Intake of Acidic Foods

Reduce your intake of acidic foods like eggs, white flour, refined sugar, meat and dairy. Avoid alcohol since it has high sugar content and is highly acidic and when consumed in large quantities, it can be fatal.

Anisha Pawar is a contributing writer on Treatum Blog. When she is not writing, she can be found experimenting with her culinary skills or exploring new places.

Disclaimer: The entire content of this article is for information purpose only and is not intended to replace a one-on-one relationship with a qualified health care professional. It is intended as a sharing of knowledge and information. It is not a substitute for professional care and should not be used for diagnosing or treating a health problem and disease.

2 comments

  1. Deepti

    I didn’t know that chewing Tulsi will give relief from acidity ….good info

  2. Mridula Pasupathy

    Good article and the remedies suggested are easily available.

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