Hiatus hernia is an anatomical abnormality, in which part of the stomach protrudes in the thorax, through the diaphragm, and has almost all the symptoms of gastroesophageal reflux disease, such as heartburn, nausea and regurgitation.
NATURAL REMEDIES TO TREAT HIATO HERNIA
Aloe vera juice helps with digestion. Drink a glass of aloe vera juice before each meal, to help treat hiatal hernias, as it is very helpful in gastrointestinal diseases, such as irritable bowel syndrome.
You can take evening primrose oil in the form of a supplement, to treat a hiatal hernia. A dose of between 1000 to 2000 milligrams of evening primrose oil is recommended, as it contains fatty acids that aid in digestion and reduce inflammation in the esophagus and stomach.
Gently massage the upper part of the abdomen, twice a day.
WATER VESSEL TECHNIQUE
This technique suggests that the patient lies down for five minutes and after this time, drink a full glass of water. When finished drinking, the patient should descend a small height of a few centimeters, such as a step.
The theory of this method explains, that it will help the part of the stomach that has been herniated; it will slide to its correct position, ie backwards, below the opening of the esophagus.
TIPS TO ALLEVIATE THE SYMPTOMS OF A HIATO HERNIA
Follow the following tips to relieve the symptoms produced by a hiatus hernia:
– Make small meals , this will prevent acid reflux and gases.
– Avoid spicy foods and those foods that can cause heartburn .
– Reduces the consumption of alcohol and caffeine, and avoids tobacco .
– After eating, walk to avoid inflammation of the stomach, acid reflux and gas.
– If you lie down, be careful to raise the head of the bed or place pillows underneath, to raise the trunk.
– Do light or moderate aerobic exercise , never immediately after eating. Walking and swimming are good activities, which have a low impact on the body and excellent cardiovascular benefits.
– Reduce stress and try to relax.
– Rest enough hours.
– Maintain healthy relationships with other people.