We all want to lead a healthy and hearty life. We exercise and avoid eating heavy food. We get up early and try to go for routine check ups.
But despite our best efforts, we keep facing health related problems in one or the other way.
Some of these are related to stomach pain after eating, nausea after eating and bloating after eating.
Stomach related problems make you highly uncomfortable, unnecessarily conscious about your body and highly sensitive to food.
What should one do in such a situation? Should one completely stop eating outside or eat only those foods that are easily digestible.
Well, the answer is not that simple. You will have to take a deeper look to solve this riddle.
First of all, let’s talk of things that you can do to overcome stomach aches post lunch or dinner or breakfast. Some people eat quickly and in the process, they gulp down bigger morsels of food.
This could be overbearing on your digestive system. Though you may be a fully grown adult, yet the body likes things that are easy on it.
Don’t treat it like a dumping ground where anything goes. So, the suggestion is that you eat slowly, and chew food as much as you can.
Again, there are people who eat quickly and take a lot of air inside along with the food. Have you noticed that if you drink water quickly, then you have to belch after it?
This is because you took in air as well while drinking water. This air was rejected by the body through your mouth in the form of belch.
However, when you eat something solid and intake air along with it, then it is difficult for the body to reject it. This is because the heavy food ties down the air inside and does not give any way for it to escape.
Obviously, this cramping down of the air inside the stomach would cause some inconvenience.
It could be in the form of pain, nausea or bloating. These are just symptoms of something that is not right inside. If these problems show up only after having food, then you must be careful with the eating method you adopt. Slight improvement in it can relieve you from many of the post-eating problems.