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Indigestion Symptoms Like Dyspepsia

By Cyndi Funaldi

Indigestion symptoms can include heartburn, a fullness in the stomach during and before a meal is completed as well as discomforting belching and nausea. Some foods can trigger these symptoms and the knowledge that there are some which we consciously take and know can cause the indigestion generally does not stop anyone from continuing on to eat. Anyway, why should we avoid such fantastic foods even if the indigestion is inevitable?

Practical people never want to go through another bout of indigestion symptoms once they are experiencing it in the present. However, people generally tend to forget about the symptoms if they are faced with all the tempting foods laid out in front of them. We generally toss precaution to the wind when at a party or occasion where all these foods are generally served.

When going through indigestion symptoms, people immediately ask what does heartburn feel like when they feel a burning sensation on top of their bloatedness. Even if heartburn is a different condition than indigestion, heartburn can still present itself as part of the symptoms, which just makes it all the more confusing for some not aware of the difference.

Generally, indigestion symptoms should disappear after taking some time off from spicy foods and shifting to soft foods to give the digestive tract a time to recover. However, there are times of concern when the indigestion continues for some time like a couple of weeks, and then complications present themselves like blood in faeces, vomiting, heartburn that does not let up but continues to radiate to the arms as well as shortness of breath. In this case, a trip to the emergency room would be a great idea.

Avoidance of the tempting foods can prevent the indigestion; however, there are some that can cause the same especially when an unknown allergen can trigger the discomfort. There are also times when a frequently ingested food slowly starts to get unacceptable to the body and one is taken unawares when the indigestion symptoms hit after eating a ‘safe’ food.

Prevention and treatment for indigestion is one: diet. A change in lifestyle that corrects the diet and the habits that are generally accepted and well known to cause physical harm to the body is all that it takes for someone to get rid of the indigestion. A reluctance to change or just to be vigilant of what the body is taking in is an irresponsibility that we are all guilty of. Who really likes to forgo beer and pizza? I, too, am guilty, I guess. I love foods that can cause me indigestion symptoms even if I know I am going to have one before the day is over.

Cyndi Funaldi talks about solutions for heartburn at her blog where you can find out more about acid reflux disease symptoms and symptoms of heartburn.

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Funaldi, Cyndi "Indigestion Symptoms Like Dyspepsia." Indigestion Symptoms Like Dyspepsia. 12 Jul. 2010. 30 Jul 2014 <>.

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