The Stomach Of People With Acid Reflux Feels Hot After Eating Broccoli?
hello r n r tone some things I want to ask and like to be confused. I have stomach acid. r n r n1. Why if I eat broccoli the effect on my stomach feels hot, my stomach feels rich bloated. even though I eat carrots and chayote together. Does that mean broccoli doesn’t fit in my stomach or is it because broccoli is coarse so my stomach doesn’t accept it? That means maybe I blender and I just take the juice so I can receive the benefits of the broccoli. r n r n2. Thank God, I have a tactic to eat half-cooked kampunf chicken eggs, my stomach immediately feels cold and hot in my stomach, it doesn’t hurt. But if I eat half-cooked free-range chicken eggs, it’s still a bit runny, so it often has nausea effects , I wonder why?. r n r n3. When I eat tofu, even though it’s not sour in my mouth, it just tastes normal. But how come the effect is actually nauseous, and over time it actually makes stomach acid high until I am drowning, like I want to come out of my throat but don’t come out. my ears and head, gosh, I’m so confused, how come? Am I not compatible with foods or drinks made from soybeans?. Since the effects of my stomach medicine have become more sensitive to food. At that time it didn’t come to this. r n r n3. I also like to be confused, how come eating the same fish with mackerel, the effect is different, sometimes I just eat normally, not until I feel nauseous, even when I eat mackerel my stomach burns, I feel confused. Why is that?. r n r n So what food is right for me? r n r nThank you
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Acid reflux or gastroesophageal reflux is characterized by a burning sensation in the chest area which is sometimes followed by tightness in the chest and heartburn. This is because the door that forms the connection between the throat (esophagus) and the open stomach cannot close completely. This door should open and close automatically when food enters. However, in certain circumstances this door cannot close completely again, so that stomach acid rises into the esophagus and causes the symptoms mentioned above.
Risk factors that can cause gastroesophageal reflux:
drinking alcoholic beverages
excessive consumption of tea or coffee
the habit of lying down after sleeping
Things you can do to prevent this disease:
quitting the habit of smoking, drinking alcoholic beverages
eat 2-3 hours before bed
reduce coffee or tea consumption
maintain ideal body weight
multiply the consumption of vegetables and fruit
avoid consuming fatty, spicy, and acidic foods
If complaints persist, it is advisable to consult a specialist in Internal Medicine. the doctor will conduct an interview, a physical examination, and additional examinations that can include:
monitor stomach acid levels
That's my explanation, hopefully it can answer the question.
dr. Kresnawati Wahyu Setiono