Hi, it seems you are suffering from 1. Gastritis or hepatitis
2. Take an antacid 3-4 tsf 8 hrly
3. Get a blood investigation - liver function test done
4. Avoid fatty, oily meals
5. No fast food, no momos and samosas
6. No tea and coffee
7. Lots of water
8. Walk after meals
9. Eat less at nights
10. No soft drinks, hard drinks and no smoking
recommended a private consultation.
-Try to change your dietary habits
-avoid spicy, fried food, have more of fibrous food , vegetables & fruits
-chew food well, don't miss meals, have meals on time, donot lye down immediately after taking food, have dinner atleast 2-3 hrs before bedtime
-restrict food items such as dairy products, beans, legumes, as they are gas forming
-do regular exercises daily for 30 min-1 hour, do yoga to reduce anxiety & help proper digestion
-take your medication on time, sleep well at night for7-8 hrs, have sufficient water intake.
You have long standing constipation and you need to get a colonoscopy, probably you have ibs. Take high roughage diet in form of fruits and salads, tab. Cremalax 2 tab at bedtime/sos, tab. Moza mps (not to be swallowed) thrice daily.
There are times when you are either too stressed or too pained to feel good about anything. Stress from hectic work schedule and daily life gets you and makes you prone to health issues or feeling depressed and lonely. The resultant extreme mood swings take over your life and you are no longer in control!
One very effective and interesting way to beat the stress is to switch on some Music!
Research has proven that soothing music such as classical instrumental pieces seem ‘melodious’ to us because of the calming wavelengths that they resonate at. These sound waves produce a sense of harmony and well-being in our minds. As we listen, these sound waves ease out our ‘stress’ and relax the nervous system. Stress is your worst enemy and the only way to live life is to enjoy every moment of it!
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Music is a major relaxation technique used across different age groups. Music helps in soothing the mind and release many “feel good” hormones.
The use of listening to music as an economic, non-invasive, and highly accepted intervention tool has received special interest in the management of stress and stress-related health issues.
Current findings indicate that music around 60 beats per minute can cause the brain to synchronise with the beat causing alpha brainwaves (frequencies from 8 - 14 hertz or cycles per second). This alpha brainwave is what is present when we are relaxed and conscious.
To induce sleep (a delta brainwave of 5 hertz), a person may need to devote at least 45 minutes, in a relaxed position, listening to calming music.
Listening to music triggers the release of dopamine in your brain. Dopamine is a neurotransmitter that promotes feelings of happiness and excitement.
Listening to music can lower your body’s levels of cortisol, a hormone that can contribute to feelings of stress and anxiety.
In high-stress situations such as surgery, music has been proven to keep patients’ stress levels under control.
As a result of stress and anxiety reduction, music can also contribute to better sleep habits.
Listening to music before going to bed has been shown to improve sleeping patterns and can be used to treat insomnia.
Since sleeping is another natural stress-reducer, the cycle of listening to music to reduce stress will also result in lower stress levels experienced as a result of better sleep habits.