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Managing Dyspepsia with Homeopathy


What is dyspepsia? Dyspepsia is the medical term for indigestion, and the symptoms arising as a consequence. Generally, the condition is acute and short-lived, and a causative factor (such as contaminated food) is evident. In other cases, it may be a sign of something more sinister going on internally, and suitable diagnosis and treatment measures are required to contain the problem. Unexplained new dyspepsia that persists and progressively gets worse must never be ignored.

What are the symptoms of dyspepsia? The symptoms of dyspepsia or indigestion are often vague and non-specific. Heaviness around the abdomen, acidity, nausea and vomiting, burping, heartburn and altered, undigested stools may be present. Loss of appetite may occur. Along with such symptoms, dullness, lethargy and malaise also set in. Pain may be felt in the upper abdomen, particularly after eating. One may also feel fulness in the abdomen preventing the intake of a complete meal.

What are the causes of dyspepsia? The causes of developing indigestion may be many. Drinking large quantity of alcohol is a very common cause of nausea, vomiting and dyspepsia. Heavy food rich in spices, oils and fats is also implicated. Overeating, or little to no movement after a heavy meal are also responsible for the dyspeptic condition. Smoking and caffeine intake also interfere with the smooth digestive processes. Yet another causative factor is stress. A sedentary lifestyle, high levels of anxiety and failure to relax all hamper the process of digestion and cause gastric disturbances. It is a well known fact that type A personalities are significantly more likely to develop peptic ulcer. They are ambitious, restless, overdriven and anxious individuals, as opposed to the laidback and easygoing type B people.

Dyspepsia may be the presenting feature of some internal disease. Peptic ulcer, gastroenteritis, irritable bowel syndrome, and even cancer of the gastrointestinal tract may develop dyspepsia. Gallbladder or liver disease can also be responsible. Other noteworthy cause is viral or bacterial gastric infection. Space occupying lesions in the gastrointestinal tract may also hamper digestive processes. However, in a large percentage of people dyspepsia is merely functional. This means that no evident organic pathology can be established even after extensive investigations. The problem worsens and improves with modifications in diet, lifestyle and stress factors.

Diagnostic investigations: your clinician may prescribe a list of tests when you approach with the problem of dyspepsia. Routine blood investigations are the norm. Lipid profile and liver function tests explore the role of liver pathology in causing dyspepsia. Ultrasonography is a helpful visual aid to determine problems in gastrointestinal organs. Specialized tests like barium meal x-ray, biopsy, colonoscopy, etc. may be needed in specific cases. Stool examination also helps to establish diagnosis, particularly in infective cases. These tests are corroborated with history of complaints and the physical examination to recognize the disease at play. Thereafter, the plan of treatment is drawn up.

The role of homeopathy: Homeopathy offers for dyspepsia medicine created out of natural sources that do not have chemical ingredients. For all cases of dyspepsia homeopathy has a wide range of medicines to choose from. Depending on the symptoms and the clinical picture the best medicine suited for a particular case can be adopted. Whether the requirement is for medicine for functional dyspepsia or for dyspepsia arising out of a particular pathology, homeopathy delivers the solution in the form of scientifically tested and proven medicines. One can acquire homeopathic dyspepsia medicine in India from Schwabe. Schwabe India products are trusted by homeopaths across the country and routinely prescribed for digestion problems. The advantage of using homeopathy for functional disorders is that individual peculiar symptoms and tendencies are specially focused upon. The unique symptoms a person may have (like pain only at a specific time) do not carry much weight in conventional medicine. They, however, become of special importance in homeopathy. In this manner one can opt for treatment that is tailored to focus solely on one’s individual health.

Schwabe India’s range of healthcare products include many for digestive problems. Alpha-DP tablets provide quick relief from digestive disturbances. Nausea, vomiting, pain abdomen, flatulence and heaviness are adequately taken care of by these tablets. Diarrhea and the resulting weakness are also managed well with this medicine. Carduus Marianus Pentarkan is another product that focuses primarily on liver dysfunction. Liver infiltration, enlargement, or liver function deterioration due to infections or chronic liver disease all come within the range of this remedy. Acidity, heartburn and abdomen pains are also covered. Kindigest is a medicine primarily indicated for dyspepsia in children. It is common for children to catch infections and diarrhea frequently occurs, along with exhaustion. Colicky pains in the abdomen with disturbed digestion and gas formation are all common conditions seen in children. This medicine is suitable for young people to sooth their digestive troubles. Natrum phosphoricum is another tissue remedy that has a specific range of action on the digestive organs. It is wise to consult your homeopath to find out the medicine most suitable for you, and get it prescribed in the appropriate dosage for best results.

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