How To Stop Spicy Eating Habits?
Hello, I’m 17 years old. I really like spicy food, so I often eat very spicy foods. When I defecate, I often diarrhea for several days, even when the color changes to brown or an item like that. Is my digestion a problem? For now I rarely eat spicy foods, because there was a time when I ate very spicy noodles suddenly my stomach became very sick for several days like squeezing. Is my action right to stop gradually the habit to eat spicy food? But if you don’t eat spicy food, it feels weird
Hello Vina N, thank you for the question on HealthReplies.com.
In chili there is indeed an ingredient that can cause irritation to the digestive tract, both in the stomach and in the intestine (large intestine and large intestine) so that it can cause inflammation or even injury to the digestive tract resulting in complaints of abdominal pain, diarrhea or even changes CHAPTER color becomes black (like asphalt) if there is bleeding in the upper channel or fresh red if there is lower GI bleeding.
Therefore, if you really want to completely avoid all complaints caused by consumption of chili, stop your habit of consuming spicy food totally, especially if it is true that you have experienced a black chapter like asphalt because it might indicate that there are wounds in your stomach or small intestine.
If complaints continue to be felt even if you don't eat spicy food, consult your doctor further so that you get the right therapy.
At this time it is not recommended to eat spicy, sour, coffee, soft drinks, and alcohol. It is also recommended not to eat too late every day. Increase your intake of vegetables and fruits.
I hope this helps.