Functional Dyspepsia is a combination and recurring terms of signs and symptoms of indigestion that have no obvious cause. It would impair the gastric normal flow and symptoms of visceral oversensitivity, gas, and delayed bowel movements. There is an abnormality of bile acid production leading to the overgrowth of pro-inflammatory bacteria and mucosal inflammation. Non-ulcer dyspepsia, or non-ulcer stomach pain, is another name for functional dyspepsia. A condition known as functional dyspepsia is common and can endure for years, despite the fact that the symptoms and indicators are usually brief. 

Signs and symptoms 

When functional dyspepsia develops the same symptoms as stomach ulcers, such as heartburn, pain in the stomach,  nausea, and belching, it should be treated by a physician. Functional dyspepsia is also called non-ulcer dyspepsia or non-ulcer stomach pain because it is not caused by an ulcer. 

Medications for Dyspepsia 

Dyspeptic symptoms are linked to the eating of a variety of foods including foods that is too salty and sour like calamansi and alcoholic drinks and those foods that have a lot of sugar or acid. The management of functional dyspepsia can be difficult for both doctors and patients. 

What foods should I avoid if I suffer from functional dyspepsia? 

Dietary changes 

Many ailments and medical disorders, such as indigestion, can be alleviated by eating a well-balanced diet that includes plenty of fruits and vegetables. 

For those with dyspepsia, avoiding fizzy drinks, caffeine-rich foods and beverages, alcoholic beverages, citrus fruits and vegetables, and foods high in citric acid (such as oranges and tomatoes) is crucial. Caffeine-containing foods and beverages should be avoided or limited since it’s not good for the normal flora of the gut and they increase the production of stomach acid. 

Dyspepsia-healing foods include rice, apples, and bread; rock candy; honey; yogurt; caraway seeds; dates; walnuts; and quince. Watermelon is the fruit most likely to worsen dyspepsia. Other citrus fruits, such as oranges, are also included in this group. 

Researchers have shown that pickles, vinegar, bologna, and tea are all linked to worsening indigestion. Red pepper, spaghetti, and pizza, on the other hand, have been demonstrated to help alleviate symptoms. 

As a result, indigestion can be alleviated simply by altering one’s eating and drinking habits to include only foods and beverages that do not aggravate one’s symptoms. It can also be said that a small amount of food every three hours prevents indigestion of foods. 

It’s critical to eat in a quiet and comfortable environment, consume small portions, and allow ample time for digestion after each meal. It is advisable to avoid skipping meals and overeating. In addition, it is better to avoid combining hot and cold food. Those who fall into this category should also avoid eating fruit within two hours of a meal. 

The Doral Health and Wellness Gastroenterologists talk to and diagnose the patients, perform endoscopic examinations of internal organs, and consult with patients’ primary care physicians, among other duties. Please call us at  347-868-1016. 

 

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