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Gastro paresis/Dysmotility /Slow emptying/Acidic Stomach
Anon_125043 posted:
NSAID Painkiller Drugs/Too much intake of Strong Food like Fried food, White Flour, Red Meat/Baked food or in some case surgeries or for some other reason, have Caused slow down in stomach Digestion thus resulting in Dysmotility Or Gastro paresis or partial paralysis of stomach Causing delayed emptying of stomach." "
These results in ACID BUILDUP, also known as Acid Indigestion and excess acids in turn make our stomach Sensitive thus making it difficult to drink tea coffee Alcohol or anything that stimulates the stomach. The acids are also released, if you have consistent anxiety and panic attacks especially if they are centered on stomach area. This causes stomach anxieties, severe weight loss and regular flare ups making you nausea, dizzy and always hungry etc. It has major impact on your bowel movement as it literally slows it down causing severe constipation issues. What this means is that final cure shall ensure regular bowel movement.
Delayed emptying and acid buildup in turn can manifest additional issues like Constipation, sensitive stomach (where intake of spicy food especially liquid curries, tea coffee causes further anxiety) and Functional dyspepsia (feeling of fullness even with small meals). All these 3 issues must be dealt with to get final cure i.e. increasing stomach motility. Functional dyspepsia can be cured by stomach exercise (kapalbhati) while Triphala helps Sensitive stomach and motility issues

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