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  • Treatment of dyspeptic pain by folk remedies and methods

    Diarrheal pain is one of the most important signals indicating a lack of water in the body. This suggests that the body experiences a particularly acute thirst, and pains of this nature can occur not only in senile, but also at a young age. According to the "water" theory, for today the main cause of all gastroenterological diseases is chronic dehydration.

    Dyspeptic pains accompanying diseases such as duodenal ulcer and gastritis can be cured with water alone. If there is an ulcer, you should determine the amount of fluid consumed, and then proceed to treatment. This will greatly accelerate the process of scarring of the ulcer.

    According to the latest research in this area, in 12% of patients with dyspepsia, problems with the duodenum begin after 6 years.30% of the ulcer appears after 10 years, and in the most "persistent" 40% - after 27 years. In this case, only dyspeptic pain is important, which the person does not pay attention to until he is diagnosed with an ulcer in endoscopy.

    It is the pain, characteristic of peptic ulcer, that leads a person to a doctor. She is given a lot of attention, although the states visible through the endoscope can have a variety of names. The most common diagnosis is dyspepsia. At the same time, the condition of the tissues of internal organs serves as a "visual aid" of negative changes caused by a single factor - a deficiency in the body of water.

    At a certain stage, our body begins to badly need water, which nothing can replace, including drugs. This fact confirms the connection between dehydrated organs and the brain, sending alarm signals in the form of pain. That is why local anesthetics in one "perfect" day cease to give the expected effect. But everything changes after a regular intake of water: pain passes, because the brain stops sending alarming signals about its lack.

    During the experiments it was found out that when a person drinks a glass of water, that person immediately gets into the small intestine and is absorbed. However, after half an hour the same volume of water returns to the stomach, where it takes part in the digestion of food. The process of splitting solid food depends heavily on the amount of water drunk. With its sufficient volume dilute stomach acid moistens the food abundantly, then the enzymes are activated, as a result of which the food becomes a liquid homogeneous mass transported to the small intestine for further digestion.

    The inner wall of the stomach is covered with mucus, 98% of which is water and only 2% is mucin, capable of retaining it. Cells located directly under the mucus layer produce sodium bicarbonate. In the case of penetration of gastric juice into the protective layer, sodium bicarbonate immediately neutralizes the acid it contains. The result of this reaction is the isolation of table salt. However, the excess of the latter may adversely affect the mucin property of retaining water. So in the dehydrated body too acid neutralization takes place with the formation of a large amount of salt, the excess of which is deposited in the gastric mucus, making it heterogeneous and viscous. As a result, stomach acid, getting on the mucous layer, causes pain.

    If the body starts to receive a sufficient amount of water, hydration occurs in the mucous layer of the stomach, resulting in the salt being washed away, and a new layer of mucus is formed in its place. A dense and glutinous renewed slimy barrier now performs its functions in full force. And this means that the effectiveness of the mucous barrier directly depends on the amount of water consumed, especially when taking solid food. So water is able to protect the stomach from excess acids in the most natural way.

    It should also be known that the "pain from hunger", that is, the stomach signal about a lack of food, is very similar to the signal "pain from thirst".However, we are accustomed to call this condition dyspepsia and treat various medications. The outcome of this "treatment" is sad: as a result of dehydration, stomach and duodenum tissues suffer.

    Clinical trials of Swedish scientists clearly demonstrated to the world that the condition of people with typical signs of dyspepsia and the absence of ulcers of the stomach and duodenum had no effect on the drugs from the group of antacids and antihistamines. However, at a stage when signals about dehydration of the body already make themselves felt by dyspeptic pain, water treatment and abstinence from the use of medications are especially effective.

    Water will also help if the ulcer has already formed. Regular reception of her will bring relief, and with the appropriate diet ulcer will heal with time. In medicine, today it is widely believed that ulcers of the stomach or duodenum are formed as a result of infection. But those bacteria that are considered to be the culprits for the formation of ulcers are in fact bacterial commensals, that is, they are involved in the digestion process and produce the necessary vitamins in the normal state of the body. Consequently, if the body is completely healthy, these microorganisms can make it even stronger. But if it is dehydrated, bacteria immediately make themselves felt.

    In the event of diarrheal pain, it is important to understand that their localization in the stomach does not mean that only the digestive organs are dehydrated. Lack of water affects the whole body. At the same time, similar pain can occur with a stomach tumor. But after taking water they do not pass. If after a few days of regular water intake dyspepsia does not go away, then you need to urgently seek advice from a gastroenterologist.