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5 ways to prevent gastritis

Gastritis, which causes nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite and irritability in most people, especially those with diabetes, may occur at any time.

Medical consensus is that foods such as alcoholic beverages, spicy foods, coffee and acidic fruits, as well as stress and a fast-paced lifestyle, are the culprits. However, the bacterium Helocobacter Pylory is one of the fundamental and main causes.

A large number of people have Pylory, causing a significant portion of gastric ulcers. Although the exact mode of transmission is unknown, recent research has revealed that this bacterium can survive in water, particularly in dark water, being the main route of transmission. However, it should not be forgotten that it can also develop as a result of poor hygiene, such as not washing hands or not cutting nails.

With children, this bacterium behaves more aggressively because it causes both common discomforts such as nausea, vomiting, gas and loss of appetite, as well as the inability to properly absorb proteins and iron, which results in a deficiency in their physical development.

Since the bacteria use an ammonium halo to protect themselves, treatment requires two or more antibiotics, as well as a healthy diet.

Stay away from fatty and irritating foods.

To avoid damaging your digestive system, stay away from aspirin and anti-inflammatory medications.

Eat breakfast every day to prevent gastric juices from damaging the esophagus.

Chew thoroughly and gradually.

Lighten your dinner.

Gastritis is a very common condition that typically manifests itself during a particular season, which is why it is overlooked. Don’t minimize it and see a doctor immediately for proper care.

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