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Dr. Vikram Chauhan - MD (Ayurveda)

Friday, February 19, 2016

Natural Remedies and Tips to Improve Digestion


The sedentary modern lifestyle of sitting all day, lack of physical activities and unhealthy diet affects adversely on digestive system and makes normal digestion more difficult. It is also known as dyspepsia which indicates constant pain and discomfort in the upper abdomen. Indigestion often indicates an inherent problem rather than a condition of its own.


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Along with boosting energy levels, exercise certainly aids proper digestion by helping the food to travel through the digestive system. Exercise speeds up digestion by increasing blood flow to the organs and stimulating the muscles in the intestines, helping them to process waste and toxins more quickly. Try exercises such as walking, swimming and jogging or take the stairs instead of the elevator, which keeps the entire body moving.

Raw, unfiltered apple cider vinegar can also help to keep digestive juices flowing. Add a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar to a cup of water and drink before meals. Always use pure, unpasteurized apple cider vinegar.


Avoid sodium, starches, artificial sweeteners and fatty foods as digestion system finds fatty foods difficult to digest and it also slows down the overall digestive process. Include fiber rich food in the diet. Fiber is very beneficial for healthy digestion as it increases the size and softness the stool, making it easier to pass and preventing constipation.

Drink plenty of water, at least 7 glasses per day as it helps the body to break down bulk and flush out toxins that can interfere with natural digestive process. It keeps the body hydrated and also makes the stool softer and easier to pass. Consume fruits and vegetables with high water content such as watermelon, cucumbers and oranges.

Magnesium is helpful in digestive health. It is the fourth most abundant mineral in the human body and more than 250 reactions within the body like strong bones and teeth formation, balanced hormones, a healthy nervous and cardiovascular system, detoxification process and much more depends upon magnesium sufficiency. Consuming magnesium supplement or using a magnesium skin oil will immediate improve digestion.

Try to lose some weight through diet and exercise. Excess weight puts pressure on the abdominal area and may impaired the functioning of valve between the stomach and the esophagus resulting in acid reflux and heartburn. Eat smaller meal, eat from smaller plates, drink a glass of water before meals to fill stomach up and eat last meal at least three hours before going to bed.

The human gut carries some vital and essential bacteria.  Any imbalance of beneficial and harmful bacteria in the gut causes indigestion. Probiotics are a kind of good bacteria, similar to the microorganisms found naturally in the human body, which help to keep the intestines healthy and the bowels moving that can prevent excess gas, diarrhoea and other digestive problems.

Try to get rid of bad habits. Avoid sugar, fried-oily snacks, processed - spicy foods, alcohol, nicotine, tobacco and caffeine. This will improve the digestive tract by regaining its natural balance.

Put hot water bag on the belly after meals. This simple trick may improve digestion by relaxing the muscles of the stomach and intestines.

Licorice, a popular herb can be used to ease stomach cramps and relive symptoms of heartburn and acid reflux.

Drink chamomile tea. Chamomile tea has calming and sleep-inducing properties. It is beneficial for digestion related issues such as nausea, colic, and stomach pain. Chamomile tea can also help to relieve muscle cramps or spasms.

Drink Aloe Vera juice. Aloe Vera has unique enzyme that naturally assists digestion. It also contains Vitamin C and amino acids that may increase blood flow to the digestive tract.

Go for gluten free diet for a few weeks to ease down the indigestion symptoms. After 2-4 weeks, add a little of gluten back in diet and notice the effect. If inflammation, bloating and other symptoms often flares, that indicates gluten was responsible for health issues. Also try to elimination some other foods from the diet such as pasteurized milk and dairy products if it creates a problem for digestion process.

Chew the food properly. It’s vital that the teeth help the rest of the digestive system in mechanically breaking down the food before swallowing. Chewing also produces some enzymes, like salivary amylase that helps to start breaking down the food in the mouth.

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