The Cause Of Heartburn Is Prolonged And Does Not Go Away?
I want to ask, I have a history of ulcer disease, and I have treated it by a doctor, I have also had herbal medicine. I often feel that when I am late, I feel dizzy and weak. Why is it that the medicine is not suitable for it to be difficult to recover? Please advise
Heartburn occurs due to an increase in stomach acid which will eventually make the surface of the digestive tract hurt because of the stomach acid. So even though you have undergone treatment and the complaints have improved, it does not mean that it will remain "safe" when you eat late,
Apart from heartburn, other problems that can be caused by late eating habits are low blood sugar levels. To carry out various activities, the body requires blood sugar, which is obtained from the food consumed, if it is too late to eat, the blood sugar level will slowly become low because it has been used up. Even though the body actually has the ability to get energy from the reserves in the body, if it is too late to eat / fast for too long, eventually symptoms such as dizziness, weakness, palpitations, cold sweat may appear.
Medicines do help to make complaints and the healing process faster, but if they are not accompanied by healthy lifestyle changes, the benefits of these drugs will not be maximized.
Then that suggestion for Mela is
Don't get used to eating late, make sure you are always disciplined to eat at certain times, namely: breakfast between 6-8 in the morning, lunch between 11-13 in the afternoon, and dinner between 17-19 at night.
The food consumed meets the criteria for a balanced nutrition regulation
Make sure to drink about 8 glasses of water a day
Avoid spicy foods and contain caffeine (coffee, tea, chocolate). Besides that, also avoid instant and fast food types.
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