Our health is largely related to the health of the stomach and intestines, but nowadays our lifestyle and our diet have become such that many stomach troubles are now common, such as gas, acidity and digestive troubles and when these problems are prolonged If they persist for a long time, they give birth to severe forms and other diseases, such as fatty liver, metabolic syndrome and when these problems are not treated in time, then they would become more serious and lead to diabetes type 2 and heart diseases. Huh.
To avoid these, it is important that you change your lifestyle and diet as per your requirement so that your stomach and digestion remain fit, healthy and free from gastrointestinal problems!
Therefore, patients suffering from gastrointestinal problems require a change in diet and lifestyle according to their condition and personal circumstances, which is possible only with expert advice.
Dr. Ramesh Garg, Consultant Gastroenterologist is giving important information in this context – Gastrointestinal problems are very widespread all over India, due to which – the active lifestyle – sedentary lifestyle and unhealthy diet! There is only one way of dealing with them – along with medicines and treatment, changes in diet and exercise, which have to take full care of the fact that India is a country of differentiation, your geographical location, climate, weather, food, lifestyle. Adi plays a big role in this! Therefore, these 6 elements are irrelevant for changes in lifestyle and diet.
How much food and how often to eat: It depends on everyone’s personal needs, but those who have stomach and intestinal problems, eat 5-6 times a little and those who are suffering from high BP should eat it 3 times a day. Excess formation and secretion of acid should be balanced.
How to cook: Yes, you boil food, steam it or fry it- it affects all things. Like Deep Fry, fried food should avoid people suffering from diabetes, fatty liver and constipation. Apart from this, if vegetables are cooked without peeling, then it is better because after washing and scrub they are cooked without removing the peels then it is healthy because the peels are the best source of nutrition and fiber, which also keeps the health of the intestines.
What to eat: Ideal food is the one that has balance of all nutrients. Those who are suffering from obesity should eat unrefined grains and green leafy vegetables, similarly your doctor or expert will tell you how much protein, fiber or other ingredients are needed, depending on your body’s needs. Be flexible about food and include more and more variety in your food.
How much physical activity is there: Include exercise in your lifestyle to keep the stomach and yourself healthy. Walking, jogging, swimming for an hour provides relief from gas and constipation. Those who have problems with peptic ulcer walk for 30-60 minutes daily. Likewise, gradually make physical activity a part of your life.
Drink plenty of water: Two to three liters of water daily is recommended. But if it is not possible to drink so much water, then you can add variety, such as lemonade, soup, coconut water etc. But this also depends on the individual needs, so please get advice from a doctor.
The right way to sleep well and sleep is very important: how is your habit of sleeping? Gold Posture, Tariqa etc. Those with acid problems are advised to keep their head high and sleep. Likewise, nasone is also advised immediately after having dinner. Avoid sleeping within an hour of dinner. The greater the gap, the better. Similarly, the quality of sleep also matters. Good deep sleep keeps your digestion better.
Dr. Shree Rupa Das, Medical Director, Abbott India also says that we are committed to increase awareness among people so that people suffering from gastrointestinal problems can be treated and disease managed effectively. Seeing their personal needs, they get the right guidance, advice and diet-related information and can lead a healthy and happy life!