Avoid Indigestion Trouble of Young People through Ayurvedic Approach
It’s a fact that the majority of young Indians suffer from “indigestion problem” due to their lifestyle reasons. Young people, especially in the age group of 12 to 28 years, are habituated in eating excessive fatty, oily or spicy foods; consuming fast-food much rather than eating home-prepared diet; doing exercises immediately after eating; addicted to too much alcohol consumption and smoking.
Indigestion is a common condition, which can happen when your body gets trouble digesting food. It is known as dyspepsia that occurs in your GI or gastrointestinal tract (a sequence of organs that play a part in the digestive system). Indigestion problem that one can experience occasionally or it can be an on-going problem. When someone feels like bloating, heartburn, acid reflux, constipation, burping, loss of appetite, and stomach discomfort, that means he or she is facing indigestion.
And what causes indigestion? Lists of answers to this question are as follows.
- Eating certain foods high in spice, fat, acid and fibre that are hard to digest
- Taking food too late in the daytime as well as at night
- Drinking alcohol and smoking
- A lack of sound sleep
- Taking certain medicines
- Stomach related problems such as gastritis (stomach inflammation) or an ulcer
There are various ways to prevent indigestion. But in Ayurvedic medical science, Pachast is playing an important role to avoid indigestion problem even for youngsters. Pachast is a complete Ayurvedic remedy that helps in eliminating all types of stomach associated glitches like gas, acidity, and constipation. It is also useful to build up the digestive enzyme in your body that enable to digest the food easily.
Pachast Syrup is available in two different forms, like syrup and tablet. Some of the main ingredients of Pachast are TRIFALA, VAYBIDANG, and NISOTH. These are 100% herbal and free from any side effects. It is recommended to take such medicine twice a day after having your food for the best result.
Ayurvedic Tips for Good Digestion
- Eat your food by sitting down, without the TV on
- Eat a fresh piece of ginger and lemon before a full meal
- Drink buttermilk at lunchtime
- Avoid consuming ice-cold food or drink
- Have your lunch with a biggest meal and dinner with a lighter diet