Gastritis is a condition in which the stomach’s lining becomes inflamed. The infection or germ that causes stomach ulcers causes the lining to become inflamed.
Gastritis can manifest itself in a variety of ways. It might manifest itself suddenly or gradually. Acute gastritis is a sudden outbreak of gastritis, while chronic gastritis is a progressive onset of gastritis. If it is consumed in excess, it can cause ulcers and raise the risk of stomach cancer.
The signs of gastritis are –
- Stomach fullness after eating
Risk factors that can cause Gastritis –
- Intake of too many pain relievers
- Consuming too much alcohol
- Old age
- Bacterial Infection
- Body antibodies attack the cells in the stomach
Preventive measure for gastritis –
- Consume modest, frequent meals.
- Avoid stomach irritants such as spicy, acidic, fried, and greasy foods
- Avoid alcohol
- Avoid pain relievers
Intake more fiber such as fruits, vegetable, beans and whole grains. Any normal human being will experience indigestion and stomach distress at some point. It is usually short-lived and does not necessitate the use of medication to recover. However, if the symptoms last for weeks or longer, you should see a doctor right away.
Consult your doctor if you have any discomfort while using aspirin or any other pain reliever. If you vomit blood or observe blood in your stools, or if your stool appears black, you should go to the doctor right away.