The symptoms of nervous gastritis usually appear when the person is under stress, overly tense, or with nervous disorders from various causes.

The nervous gastritis is a very common ailment among teenagers and adults assets, also anxiety and depression can lead to the onset of nervous gastritis, being emotional problems characteristic of those who suffer, but also should mention that problems Emotional emotions generally do not allow the affected person to concentrate on eating a healthy diet, which is why this also contributes to worsening symptoms of heartburn and acid reflux.

The signs and symptoms of nervous gastritis

The main symptoms of nervous gastritis include some of the following conditions, which can occur together or separately:

  • Pain in the stomach or abdominal area with a needle-prick sensation.
  • Heartburn.
  • Difficulty in digestion.
  • Loss of appetite.
  • Nausea and vomiting.
  • Frequent gas and belching.
  • Satiety, even before finishing the meal.

The first symptoms of nervous gastritis can be a burning in the throat, like a fireball rising and falling ( heartburn and heartburn ), nausea and discomfort at mealtime, accompanied by a lot of belching. But there is no rule for the order of appearance of the symptoms, they can appear at any time of the day.

Although they are not always present at the same time, in general, the symptoms of nervous gastritis are worse at meal times, and especially when you are in a crisis.

Treatment for nervous gastritis

The treatment for nervous gastritis is based on reducing the excessive production of acid in the stomach so that the mucosa regenerates. Therefore, it is important to:

  1. Knowing how to control emotions and learn to handle stressful situations because the risk of triggering a gastritis crisis increases each time the person is emotionally shaken. Psychological therapy, often associated with drug treatment, helps decrease the time the crisis occurs and helps cure the disease.
  2. To relieve stomach pain, what can be done is to use natural antacids, such as pure juice from raw potatoes.
  3. Follow a proper diet for gastritis, restricting the consumption of alcohol, soft drinks, acidic fruits, fatty foods and spicy foods.
  4. In the gastritis diet it is important to give preference to cooked and shelled fruits, to vegetables cooked in water with sea salt, such as potatoes and carrots, baked or grilled fish and seasoned with herbs. Drinking small sips of water throughout the day is important, as large amounts of fluids should not be drunk with meals.

Other important tips for treating nervous gastritis are:

  • Avoid straining and stooping abruptly.
  • Avoid going too long without eating.
  • Raise the head of the bed about 10 cm.
  • Wear comfortable clothing that doesn’t constrict your waist.
  • Do not eat: fat, fried foods, cakes, chocolates, coffee and black tea.
  • Avoid bulky meals.
  • Don’t drink liquids during meals.
  • No Smoking.
  • Avoid hot sauces and spicy foods.

Gastritis can also be caused by the use of anti-inflammatories such as ibuprofen and, therefore, before consuming this type of medicine, it is recommended to consume food or natural products, to avoid side effects.