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02:09 PM | 29-01-2020

From last few days I'm having this illusion of sitting in a train. I have digestion issues from last one and half year. Is this is happening cause of that? I am fed up of taking medicine for digestion and gas issues. Can you please suggest me a natural way to come out of it?

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05:55 PM | 29-01-2020

Hello,

The best way to treat Gastritis is by maintaining the pH. of the stomach. It is important for our body to maintain the acid-alkaline level in order to work in harmony and not produce any type of gas.

Start your day with two-three glasses of water this will make sure all the irregular junk flushes out from the body. The next thing is to make sure always is to have a bowl of salad before meals ideally a fruit salad in the afternoon and vegetable salad in the evening before the meals. This will ensure that your body will be away from making unwanted gastric issues.

Tomato with black pepper is again helpful in handling stomach problems, at night at least keep a gap of two hours between the meals and sleep. Even having lemon water can ease you from this problem.

Train illusion can be a cause of disturbed sleep, a good sleep cycle of 90 minutes 5 times which is 7-8 hours of sleep is required. It will help you for sure.

Thank you



06:11 PM | 29-01-2020

Hello,

Yes, the root cause is your digestive issues. There is a very intricate GUT-brain connection which I have also explained in detail in my 3-part article on microbiome https://www.wellcure.com/body-wisdom/367/guardians-of-the-human-body-microbiome-part-1 and the probiotic bacteria in your intestines affects your mood, neurotransmitters and more.

All of that 24 X 7, 365 days a year communication isn’t just coordinating your basic digestive functions—it also impacts our human experience, including how we feel, how we make decisions, how we socialize, and how much we eat. The brain-GUT-microbiome axis keeps changing from pregnancy through infancy (the perinatal period), adulthood, and old age with respect to our psychosocial influences, diet, and chemicals in our food (including antibiotics, food additives, artificial sweeteners, and more). Furthermore, gut sensations and associated emotional feelings are being filed into the database in your brain, shaping for life your background emotions, temperament, and ability to make beneficial gut This gut-based system sends signals back to the brain, influencing our desire to eat, our stress sensitivity, how we feel, and how we make our gut decisions. Meanwhile, our emotions, and their associated gut reactions, exert a profound influence on the complex dialogue in our gut, and this exerts a large influence on what type of messages the gut connection sends back to the brain.decisions. This makes us more vulnerable to neurological issues such as Alzheimers and similar.

Science is still working on untangling the complex chemical conversations and connections between microbes, the gut, and the nervous system. There are approaches to healing in a natural cure that anyone can take today without spending a lot of money.

1) Raise a healthy farm - If you consider your GUT as a farm, then the animals in it are under your care. You have to be mindful of what you feed them. Would you feed them food items that you knew were loaded with potentially harmful chemicals or enriched with unhealthy additives? This will be the first step in taking control of what you eat.

2) Quit all the animal products - Animal foods like dairy, eggs, meat, fish, etc are GUT enemies. Your GUT microbiome does not recognize those as food. So stop those immediately. These are also high in fat - dairy is made to protect its calf and helps it grow into a big cow who does not wear winter clothes to protect itself. Its thick hide is made from the fat the mom is supposed to feed via her milk; the meat likewise is the dead carcass of the animal. Eating dead food will bring deadly diseases in humans.

3) Eliminate high fats and choose a low-fat, zero oil meal -Since our brain-gut axis and connection has not evolved to cope with a daily flood of fat and corn syrup, and a high-fat diet. This sets up a vicious cycle of dysregulated eating behavior that harms your brain health. These include animal protein from dairy, meat

4) Plant-based - Switch to a plant-based lifestyle and include a variety of fruits, veggies, and greens. These are our natural foods. At your stage, I would not advise plant-based fats from nuts too. Develop your own personalized diet within the general constraints of the “ground rules” of high-diversity foods, mainly from plant sources. Avoid gluten as its highly hybridized. Keep a short plant to plate distance. Avoid mass-produced and processed foods and maximize organically grown food. Learn to read labels. Buy only things in the market that look like food that came from plants. If they don’t, they most likely will contain food additives that could harm your brain, including artificial sweeteners, emulsifiers, fructose corn syrup, and vital wheat gluten, to name just a few.

5) GMO - Genetically modified soy/corn and such products impact us too indirectly. Keep in mind that pesticides used to grow. GMO foods may not directly harm our human bodies, but they are likely to affect the function and health of our gut microbes and their interactions with and connection to the brain. The same holds true for residues of low-dose antibiotics that remain in much mass-produced meat and seafood products and injected into cows in dairy farming.

6) Don't eat during stress/anger/anxiety -A negative emotional state will throw the gut-brain microbiota axis and connection out of balance in several ways. It makes your gut leakier, it activates your gut-based immune system, and it triggers endocrine cells in the gut wall to release signaling molecules such as the stress hormone norepinephrine and serotonin. It can also reduce important members of your gut microbial communities, in particular, lactobacilli and bifidobacteria. These can profoundly change the behavior of gut microbes. These behavioral changes are likely to influence the structure of microbial communities, how the microbes break down food components, and which metabolic byproducts they send back to the brain.

7) Stay active - Exercise, exercise, and exercise. Be active. Don't lead a sedentary lifestyle. Its a crime to GUT health. Learn yoga/go to the gym, and work out.

8) Stay hydrated - Don't wait for thirst. Drink liquids from natural sources and water all day. A normal person must target at least 3 liters of liquids daily.

9) Elimination - If you are not sweating/passing proper bowel movements daily, then you have a bad lifestyle. Change it to including more fruits all day. Drink enough all day. Pass motions twice or thrice a day.

10) Stay connected to nature - Expose yourself to the sun for 30-45minutes a day in the morning. Walk barefoot on the ground. Grounding helps recharge all the missing and malfunctioning electrical signals in the brain.

11) Suppressions -Don't suppress the digestive issues with chemicals. Instead fast on juice for few days. You will feel better and your cells will regenerate. Drink whenever you are hungry for a few days.

12) Emotional stress  - Release all emotions you are holding on to in the GUT. Release all aggressions and resentments. 

If you have any questions, reach me.

Stay blessed

Smitha Hemadri( Holistic lifestyle coach)

 

 

 



02:27 PM | 29-01-2020

Hi. Our gut has a deep connection with our brain. In fact, the gut is now being termed as our second brain. You must work on your digestive health to take charge of your health. 

Please refer to the below resources to understand more about digestive issues & Nature Cure.

  1. Blogs - 

    1. Take control of constipation

    2. Understand Your Acidity & Help Yourself Naturally

    3. Keep Calm and Beat IBS Naturally with 8 Lifestyle Changes.

  2. Real-life natural healing stories of people who cured digestive issues just by following Natural Laws.

Adopting a natural lifestyle will help you in reclaiming your health. We suggest you take a personal consultation with our Natural Health Coach who can understand your background better & give you an action plan. You can explore our Nature-Nurtures Program for the same. We will guide you on diet, sleep, exercise, stress, etc to correct your existing routine & make it in line with Natural Laws. Let us know if you are interested.  

All the best.

Regds

Team Wellcure


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