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Ulcer pain relief

Ulcers occurring in the upper digestive tract are called peptic ulcers and are an open sore caused by damage to the lining of the stomach, upper part of the small intestine or oesophagus. Ulcers cause pain in the upper abdomen epigastric region in between the navel and breast bone. Duodenal ulcers occur in the duodenum. Referred pain can often be felt in the back and chest locations and even the leg as the stomach meridian in acupuncture runs down the leg.
Acid can come up into the mouth.

The suffering of ulcer pain can last for hours, days or weeks at a time just a few minutes or it can be continuous. There can be a flare up after eating an evening meal. There can be periods of time where there is no pain.
If you have stomach ulcers you can also be prone to getting decubitus bed sore ulceration.
Diabetic patients can often developĀ  stomach ulcers.

Natural remedies and medication for ulcer pain relief

The best ulcer pain relief management involves reducing acid forming foods and moving on to an alkaline diet as harsh stomach acids are usually involved in causing damage and pain. Russian Scenar treatment is very effective in giving fast pain relief.

Breathing meditation
Anxiety and stress can cause ulcer pain, breathing meditation exercises give immediate stress relief and helps reduce anxiety.

Raw cabbage juice
Raw cabbage juice is known to be a natural remedy that gives quick relief from pain. Cabbage has been found to strengthen the lining of the gastro intestinal tract. Drink a litre of cabbage juice every day for 3 weeks. Only drink it in between meals.

Slippery elm powder
Is very soothing for the stomach and digestion.

Red clover
Helps neutralize excess stomach acid reducing ulcer pain. Drink red clover tea in between meals but not with meals.

Can help heal and ease ulcers as it contains similar substances as cabbage.

Has been found to help ulcer pain.

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This site is authored By

Roy Watkins BSc LicAc MBAC