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Stop Taking Too Much Of These 5 Things, If You Have Ulcer

Do you love your life and want to live Long? Do you know ulcer is a deadly disease that can kill silently. Stomach ulcers are like small blisters that you might get on your lips in the winter and usually they get heal themselves. But stomach ulcer are no joke–they can kill you if not diagnosed and treated at early stage.

An ulcer is a sore, which means it's an open, painful wound. Peptic ulcers are ulcers that form in the stomach or the upper part of the small intestine, called the duodenum (pronounced: doo-uh-DEE-num). Peptic ulcers are actually very common.

Left untreated, many ulcers eventually heal themselves. But ulcers often recur if the cause of the ulcer is not eliminated or treated. If ulcers keep coming back, you have an increased risk of developing a serious complication, such as bleeding or a hole in the wall of your stomach or intestine.

Symptoms Of Ulcer Includes:

1# Pain circumstances normally occur in the night

2# You will be Dull Time to time

3# Gastrointestinal, Heartburn, indigestion, nausea, Excessive passing of Gas and vomiting. 

4# Upper abdominal pain is the most common symptom

5# constant Pain areas of Your chest and upper abdomen.

Here Are Things You Should Stop Taking Too Much.

Stop Eating Too Much Hot Pepper

Although spicy foods don't cause ulcers, they can trigger abdominal pain in some people. One study specifically highlighted that frequent consumption of spicy foodscan trigger upper gastrointestinal symptoms in some people with dyspepsia (or, indigestion).

When capsaicin enters the stomach, it can stimulate the production of gastric mucus and temporarily speed up metabolism. As your stomach works to digest the spicyfood, you may experience pain or cramping, but again, it won't cause actual damage. If the food is really hot, it may lead to nausea or vomiting.

Stop Too Much Intake Of Fried Foods

Food fried in oil at high temperatures can aggravate stomach ulcers and upset the digestive tract's natural layer of protection. They can also be high in fat and salt and, if cooked away from the home, might be fried in oil that a kitchen has used several times over.

On the flip side, to avoid symptoms of a peptic ulcer, you need to lower your fat intake and avoid foods that trigger stomach acid and irritate open sores. These include, fried foods and Spicy foods.

Stop Taking Alcohol

Alcohol does not cause ulcers but is a major risk factor for them. Drinking too much alcohol with an ulcer is not recommended at all. Drinking alcohol (including wine or beer) can make your ulcer more painful, both from the stomach acid that may be produced and from the alcohol coming into contact with the ulcer itself.

Stop Taking Too Much Salt

High concentrations of salt in the stomach appear to induce gene activity in the ulcer-causing bacterium Helicobacter pylori, making it more virulent and increasing the likelihood of an infected person developing a severe gastric disease.

Stop Taking Too Much Red Meat

Meats that are red when raw are defined as red meats. This includes lamb, beef, pork and some others. White meat: Meats that are white when cooked are defined as white meats. This includesmeat from poultry like chicken and turkey.

Although eating Red meat is reach in protein and other good for the body but Excessive Intake is bad and can trigger your ulcer to rise.

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