Is It Safe To Consume Lemon Grass Boiled Water When Stomach Pain?
Hello, I want to ask after having gastric pain problems. I try to drink lemon grass boiled water. But the first time I drank my stomach was wrapped around and then pass gas. Is that safe ??
Thank you for the question.
Heartburn (around the stomach) actually can not only be caused by gastric problems, such as gastritis, peptic ulcers, or stomach cancer. It could be that this heartburn arises due to other factors, such as gastroesophageal reflux disease, inflammation or gallstones, pancreatitis, inflammation of the intestine, allergic or food malabsorption, digestive infections, bronchitis, pneumonia, pleurisy, heart attack, muscle cramps, inflammation of the gallstones, pancreatitis, inflammation of the intestine, allergies or food malabsorption, digestive infections, bronchitis, pneumonia, pleurisy, heart attacks, muscle cramps, inflammation, gallstones, disorders psychic, and so on.
Because of the various possible causes, the handling of this condition is not always the same. Warm lemon grass boiled water can indeed help minimize the pain in the gut as you experience, but not necessarily the main cause of the pain can be cured by simply consuming this water. Your condition which then experiences stomach twisting and excessive flue gas can be caused by the side effects of consuming lemon grass boiled water, by diseases that cause you to experience heartburn before, or also for various other reasons.
We recommend that your complaint subside, try first:
Compress warm stomach and solar plexus that feels uncomfortable, do not be carelessly sorted
Never consume foods and drinks that contain gas, spicy, sour, fatty, oily, caffeinated, especially alcoholic.
Rest more and be active in sports
Don't think too much
Don't take any medicine without doctor's advice
If the complaint feels increasingly become, or if vomiting and massive diarrhea appear, high fever, difficult to defecate for more than 1 day, and extreme tightness, then you should go to see a doctor or doctor of internal medicine to be treated properly yes..
Conversely, if the complaint improves with the above efforts, it's better to postpone the doctor's examination, in order to avoid your risk of contracting dangerous diseases (including COVID-19).
Hope this helps ...