Since the irritable bowel is a functional disorder, so the causes of the complaints are so unclear, only general tips can be given here. However, you can often achieve a lot by switching your diet.
Yes, that is possible. Several smaller studies have shown that therapeutic hypnosis can have a very good effect on irritable bowel syndrome. The success rate was even higher than with a treatment with different drugs.
If you choose the home remedies for the symptoms of an irritable bowel, they can often provide relief. For example, a hot water bottle helps with stomach cramps. Even a hot bath, a cherry stone pillow or a body wraps have a soothing and relaxing effect.
Dysfunctions of digestion have always existed - the Greek physician Hippocrates spoke in the 4th century BC. of "death sitting in the gut". The digestive tract has been the focus of medical attention throughout medical history.
Although irritable bowel symptoms are common in some families, it has previously been thought that this is not a genetic cause. Rather, the phenomenon of "social learning" was suspected. In simple terms, this means that, for example, children orient themselves towards coping with their parents in dealing with a conflict. If the mother often backs up because of abdominal pain, the child may also be prone to abdominal pain when overworked.
Because in rare cases they can cause serious side effects. These include, in particular, pronounced and persistent movement disorders as well as convulsions, but also cardiovascular complications. This does not just apply toPaspertin®but also for all other preparations with the Paspertin active substance metoclopramide.
Paspertin® works quite reliably against nausea and discomfort in the stomach. The drug inhibits a certain messenger substance in the brain, which is released during nausea and vomiting more. However, you canPaspertin® cause severe side effects, which is why its use has been severely restricted since April 2014 by the drug agency.
Virtually none, no side effects are known. This is also related to the fact that these agents against flatulence are purely physical in the intestine, so do not pass into the blood.
Medications like Lefax® or simplex® belong to the so-called defoaming agents against flatulence. The active substance is simeticone. Simeticon is surface-active, which means it can soften the surfaces of air bubbles, causing them to "burst".
The best remedy for flatulence is, of course, to remedy the cause.So, for example, a waiver of flatulent foods or - often too little attention - a quieter meal. Those who enjoy their meals and chew plenty of them swallow less air and send more digestive enzymes into the stomach via the saliva. But if all this does not help or if it comes to quick help, there are of course a whole range of drugs. Most of them are well tolerated and completely harmless.
Maaloxan® is normally very well tolerated. Since the active ingredients Magnesium hydroxide and aluminum hydroxide act as acid binder only on the spot, ie in the stomach, effects outside the digestive tract are almost impossible, unless you take too many of the drugs. The most common side effect of Maaloxan® is a soft chair.
In case of flatulence, one involuntarily thinks about food, but sometimes drugs can also be the cause. In particular, those that confuse the bacterial flora or the sugar content. These are mainly antibiotics and diabetes medications.
Mistakenness may be the wrong word, but dietary bloating is most common. In doing so, both what we eat can cause the air in the gut, as well as the way we eat.
Maaloxan® is a so-called antacid, a drug that neutralizes the acid in the stomach. In contrast to acid blockers such as omeprazole, it does not inhibit the production of acid, but defuses the already secreted gastric acid. The effect is therefore not so sustainable, but uses it quickly. Like most other antacids, too, is Maaloxan® so above all, a means for the acute relief of acid-related stomach pain.
The herbal medicine Iberogast® is a mixture of nine medicinal herbs. This is supposed to alleviate practically everything that can cause such a harmless gastrointestinal discomfort. According to the manufacturer, the preparation works against such different things as bloating, bloating, nausea, heartburn and irritable stomach.
Because these drugs work so well that you do not necessarily notice when something unpleasant happens. Specifically: If one takes because of chronic stomach discomfort or as gastric protection against other drugs permanently acid inhibitors from the group of proton pump inhibitors (omeprazole, pantoprazole, esomeprazole, etc.), one would, for example, no longer feel that a gastric cancer develops.
Through a diary. Sounds weird, but that's the best way. A journal in which you regularly record what and how you ate - and, of course, whether you had flatulence.
For one, of course, because it sounds more elegant. And then certainly, because for many doctors the principle is: "why express something understandable, even if it is incomprehensible".
Reflux disease involves a constant backflow of acidic gastric contents into the esophagus. Therefore, pain behind the sternum, at the level of the lower esophagus, is something of a leading symptom. In most cases, a reflux disease manifests essentially as very common heartburn.
In 70-90% of all cases, the cause of bad breath is in the mouth or throat.Often, the odor sources are simply food particles that have gotten caught somewhere and are being processed by bacteria.
Many think of bad breath first of all to the stomach. At bad gases, which flow up from there. But the truth is simpler: in about 70-90% of all cases bad breath actually comes from the mouth. He carries his name so completely.
Those who suffer from heartburn more often can - that's the good news - do a lot about it. Even without medication. The bad news is that sometimes one has to renounce cherished habits.
Italian therapy and French therapy are two variants of so-called eradication. And eradication means liberating the stomach with an antibiotic mixture of bacteria to cure gastritis.
Yes, at least in many cases. Both the gastritis, ie a gastritis, and a full-blown gastric ulcer are often the result of colonization of the stomach with bacteria. Specifically, with the bacterial strain Helicobacter pylori.
Eradication therapy is used to expel a particular bacterium from the stomach. More precisely, a whole tribe. We are talking about Helicobacter pylori. Behind this cute name is a permanent guest in the human stomach, but sometimes abused the hospitality and then makes real problems.
Vomex A® contains the active substance dimenhydrinate. Dimenhydrinate acts directly in the inner ear or in the organ of equilibrium, unlike other nausea remedies. So there, where just in the motion sickness by the shaking movements and the acceleration and braking, the nausea arises.
In short: Paspertin® blocks the effect of the body's own messenger Dopamine in the stomach and thus leads to a faster gastrointestinal passage, but especially to relieve nausea.
MCP is the acronym of metoclopramide. And Metoclopramide is a medication for nausea.
If a drug carries "gastro" in its first name, then it is very likely to be related to the stomach. That's the same with Gastronerton® and gastrotranquil®, It is a remedy for nausea.
The list of theoretically possible side effects with metoclopramide(e.g., Paspertin®) is, as with many other medicines too, long. We focus here on the most important or frequent ones.
Metoclopramide is almost the classic anti-nausea medication. The active ingredient has been in use for decades and is still prescribed by many doctors. The best known is the preparation Paspertin®but there are many others as well.
A gastritis is often not so easy to recognize because the symptoms can vary quite a bit. Typical symptoms of gastric mucosal inflammation are:
Yes, ginger is considered a recognized herbal remedy for nausea.
This property probably owes the ginger root the stimulating effect on salivation, gastric juice formation and the gastrointestinal activity altogether.
Lansoprazole belongs to the group of proton pump inhibitors. These drugs block the proton pump. The sits in the stomach and is instrumental in the production of acid.
Omeprazole is an acid inhibitor in the stomach. He belongs to the family of so-called proton pump inhibitors. Omeprazole was the first representative of this group of drugs, which now consists of many different preparations, all of which differ only in nuances (note: where a lot of money to earn, a drug rarely stays alone).
Esomeprazole is a so-called proton pump inhibitor. All representatives of this class of drugs reduce the amount of acid in the stomach, in which they inhibit the production of acid (not the acidity in the stomach as the antacids).
There are a number of factors that can cause heartburn:
The heartburn is caused by a reflux of gastric contents and gastric acid into the esophagus. Both alcohol and coffee, as well as nicotine, are irritants to the stomach that result in increased acid production, thus increasing the likelihood of heartburn.
That is not yet finally resolved. Experts discuss various triggers:
Before we explain the typical symptoms of irritable stomach, it is important to know that all complaints can have other causes. The diagnosis "irritable stomach" is provided by the doctor if the following symptoms are associated with no organic findings.