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How To Get Rid Of Stomach Burn (Solutions And Tips)

Updated on April 11, 2022 | Source

Stomach Burn

Stomach burn is also called "dyspepsia" and it's common to see it happening a lot between individuals of almost all ages, the youngsters, adults and elders.

There are many causes to this including - but not limited to - :

-Bacterial Infection: This is a common infection and it cannot be healed without the help of a Dr.

-Stomach Infection: Is due to inflammation in the stomach and it can be healed with some foods and activities.

-Allergy: Is caused by food, you can notice that you have this kind of allergy if you feel the stomach burn right after consuming something, it would be most likely " Acidic ".

-Stomach Acid: Is when your stomach produces too much acid in it, where the acid's amounts exceed that of the foods that would be going through digestion.

-Other Causes:

-medical reactions ( anti-steroidal and anti-inflammatory medicines ).






Eating yogurt can really be helpful to ease the pain and this sensation, it contains probiotics which are the good kind of bacteria that can boost your immunity system and induce a healthier proper digestion.


Water has been always known for its great benefits for whatever you might suffer from and that's why our bodies have about 71% of water.

- Coconut water is also an excellent option for relieving the stomach burn. | Source


The original honey has super health benefits to your body, from treating cold, giving energy and a sharp memory to strengthening your immunity system and resolving the acidity in your stomach.


Treats the burning of the stomach by relieving its muscles and cooling the burn caused by acids.

You can mix it with green tea or chamomile ( chamomile is also very effective to help reduce and ease the burn) and just drink it.

Green Vegetables

Are great for relieving this pain because of their basic - non acidic - Ph levels. They are great for neutralizing the PH level in your stomach.

In general, your daily lifestyle diet should be always containing 60% of foods that do not have a PH lower than 6 ( which is still considered acidic).

Water has a PH of 7 which is neutral.

below 7 is considered to be acidic and above it, is basic.


-Try to avoid as possible as you can foods that contain acids such as:

Tomatoes , lemons, coca cola, pepsi, alcohols, citrus fruits, Olives, lentils, blueberries, cranberries, cheese, ice cream, olive oil, beer, wine, vinegar, sesame oil, sunflower oil and some others.

-Avoid smoking.

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