Before I write about the for the home remedies for the gastric pain in the chest, let me break up this blog post into the following:
So let us go through these topics one by one
Gastric pain is a vague term and can refer to any pain arising from the gastric (stomach) area. These days this commonly refers to the pain of gastritis or the Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). However, some may also refer it to the gastric/peptic or duodenal ulcer pain or discomfort.
The gastric pain which is felt in the chest is usually the pain occurring due to the Gastroesophageal reflux. The acidic contents of the stomach are pushed into the esophagus which lies behind the sternum in the chest and therefore chest pain occurs, mimicking the heart disease pain or the pain arising from the big blood vessel, the aorta.
A word of caution: Since the pain arising from the GERD and heart and aortic diseases is very much similar and is felt in more or less same area, it is very important to get it properly diagnosed before initiating home remedies for GERD (gastric pain in the chest).
Having excluded all serious causes of the pain in chest and diagnosed that the pain is due to gastroesophageal reflux or common gastritis, it can be managed better by home remedies.
The measures that can be taken at home include taking smaller portions of meals more often, avoiding meals late in the evenings, avoiding to eat or drink things that make the gastric pain in chest worst, e.g., coffee, alcohol, spicy food, etc. Avoiding to wear tight clothes, especially around the tummy area, sleeping with head raised up about eight inches, relaxing, living within normal weight, not smoking, etc can be helpful. However, what I want to emphasize is the fact that if you follow all these lifestyle techniques and add one more thing to it, it is highly likely that you can control the symptoms of the gastric pain in the chest. This one additional thing is the Siberian Pine Nut Oil. The Siberian Pine Nut Oil has been found effective not only in the cases of gastric pain in chest or heartburn but also the peptic and duodenal ulcers as adjuvant food therapy.
We don't know all details of how the traditional remedies work. Only a few factors are known and these are mentioned here. There may be other constituents in the Siberian Pine Nut Oil that may also be responsible for healing the heartburn.
There are other traditionally known benefits of the oil. These include good effects on the general health, beneficial effects on the ulcers of stomach and duodenum, cholecystitis, chronic pancreatitis, chronic fatigue, mental performance, better metabolism, especially lipid metabolism, (cholesterol), good effects on eyesight and hearing, cold and flu viruses, good effects on osteoporosis, digestion, and on the skin.
Usually, one tablespoon is consumed three times a day 30 to 60 minutes before meals, for a minimum three to four weeks duration.
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