Acidity

Acidity, commonly known as ‘Urdhvang Amalpitta’ in Ayurvedic terminology, refers to the discharge of the gastric juices secreted in the stomach back into the food canal pipe up to the throat. Although it seems to be a simple problem, it leads to a high burning and even painful sensation which is called acid reflux and which forms gas in the stomach. There are a few causes of acidity which might be Irregular eating habits, Improper sleep, and many more. Ayurveda associates acidity is caused due to the imbalance of pitta doshas.

Ayurveda suggests few ways to control acidity and it might even help to cure it. Which are as follows :

  • Eat well-balanced and bland food items that are rich in fiber. Include cow’s milk, old rice, and veggies like green banana, pumpkin, and bitter gourd as a portion of meals.
  • Avoid foods that are oily, fatty, and refined flour that are difficult to digest.
  • Stay away from chilled or hot beverages such as tea & coffee.

Gastroenterology

According to the American College of Gastroenterology, It is the study of the normal functioning and diseases of the esophagus, stomach, small intestine, colon and rectum, pancreas, gallbladder, bile ducts, and liver.

A specialist who studies gastroenterology is a gastroenterologist who has a detailed understanding of the normal physiology of all the above-mentioned organs as well as movement through the intestines and gastrointestinal tract in order to maintain proper digestion, absorption of nutrients, waste removal, and metabolic processes.

As per Ayurveda ginger juice or warm ginger, water is useful in relieving gas. Ayurveda suggests jeera and fennel are some of the herbs that are often used to ease bloating and reduce intestinal gas.

Urinary Problem

The urinary tract infection, commonly called UTI is one of the most common urinary problems and is an infection that occurs in the urinary tract. Urinary infection is most often caused by microbes such as fungi, bacteria, and viruses and involves the kidneys, ureters, urethra, or bladder.

Urinary problems may affect both men and women irrespective of their age and it can be even diagnosed in children, making it quite a common affliction. There are a number of diseases that can be categorized under urinary problems.

Ayurveda suggests a diet plan for urinary problems which are as follows: reduce hot spice intake, Drink a good amount of water, consuming fresh lemon juice, fresh coconut water, orange juice, and pineapple juice are very beneficial.