Diarrhea Constipation Flatulence – Stomach & Intestinal Problems Tips

Stomach complaints, intestinal complaints and digestive problems such as diarrhea, constipation, flatulence, heartburn, stomach cramps or disturbed intestinal flora and bowel movements, happen to everyone at some point. In this article possible causes and also tips on what to do if you suffer from intestinal gas, constipation or diarrhea. And suitable natural and homeopathic medicines (and laxatives) for restoring bowel movements and preventing various stomach and intestinal problems.

Stomach complaints and intestinal complaints

Everyone sometimes has stomach and/or intestinal complaints or problems with bowel movements. If you regularly suffer from stomach or intestinal problems, there are a number of general tips to reduce or prevent these complaints, including:

  • Adjust nutrition (see details later in the article)
  • Eat slowly and also take the time to eat quietly
  • Chew well; mix the food well with saliva
  • Avoid sharp herbs/spices or at least don’t eat them too often
  • Avoid food that is too cold or too hot, or at least do not eat it too often

which homeopathic (natural) medicines you can use for stomach and intestinal complaints. The following frequently occurring gastrointestinal complaints – causes and tips/what to do – are discussed below:

  • Flatulence or Bowel Gas (Farting) – Causes and Tips
  • Constipation – Blockage or Constipation: Causes and Tips
  • Diarrhea – Diarrhea or Watery Stool: Causes and Tips
  • Natural & Homeopathic Medicines for various gastrointestinal complaints
  • When to take over-the-counter medications for gastrointestinal complaints and when to go to the doctor?


Flatulence or Bowel Gas (Farting) – Causes and Tips

Possible Causes Flatulence . There can be various causes for the development of intestinal gas, including:

  • Swallowing air, for example due to tension, eating too hastily, not chewing enough
  • A disturbed intestinal flora (bacterial balance) in the intestines; bacteria can produce intestinal gases
  • Combinations of certain foods (e.g. cabbage, beans and onions)
  • Some people cannot tolerate the combination of fruit and vegetables in one meal
  • Liver and pancreas disorders, which means digestion is not optimal


Tension Stress and Flatulence

Tension and stress can also be the cause of flatulence. When stressed, digestion often runs slower and less efficiently. This can, among other things, result in slower intestinal movements or the pancreas and other digestive organs secreting less juice. As a result, the food remains in the intestines longer and fermentations can occur. These intestinal gases can even irritate the diaphragm, which affects heart function. This is called Roemheld syndrome.
Fame hero syndrome . When intestinal gases irritate the diaphragm, heart function can be impaired. This can give the feeling of a serious heart condition, although the heart is not wrong. The cause is an excessively high position of the stimulated diaphragm.

Tips if you suffer from intestinal gas – Flatulence Passing wind

  • See if you are sensitive to the combination of fruit and vegetables in the same meal, by eating only vegetables or only fruit in the same meal for a few days and notice whether you pass less gas. Then simply compare the combination again and experience the difference
  • Use a little cumin, fennel or anise when preparing food. These herbs prevent the formation of intestinal gases


Constipation – Blockage or Constipation: Causes and Tips

Possible Causes Constipation

There can be various causes for the development of constipation, including:

  • Poor gastrointestinal function
  • Liver and gallbladder disorders
  • Hormonal disorders
  • Lack of exercise
  • Low-fiber diet
  • Wrong breathing
  • Certain medications (there are certain medications that have a side effect on the liver and can lead to constipation if used for long periods of time)


Tips if you suffer from Constipation – Blockage or Constipation

  • As much as possible, try to choose a fixed time to go to the toilet and take your time
  • Do more exercise; This may also include, for example, more housework or walking back and forth
  • Consume fiber-rich foods such as raw vegetables as much as possible
  • Plums, grapes, raspberries, figs, cherries, strawberries, gingerbread promote bowel movements/have a laxative effect
  • Drink two glasses of lukewarm water every morning on an empty stomach
  • Add a tablespoon of wheat bran to each meal
  • If you use laxatives, do not use the same laxative for months at a time, as this can lead to a serious potassium deficiency. Potassium deficiency can cause muscle weakness, weakening of reflexes, intestinal disturbance and disturbances in heart and kidney function.
  • It is better to use linseed oil as a laxative than the usual laxatives, as it contains several healthy substances such as omega fatty acids. However, laxation with linseed oil can also cause the above-mentioned complaints if used for long periods of time.

not recommended during pregnancy . Always consult your midwife or doctor about this. Read more about what you can do about constipation (and other pregnancy ailments) when you are pregnant in: Pregnancy and constipation.

Diarrhea – Diarrhea or Watery Stool: Causes and Tips

Possible Causes Diarrhea . There can be several causes for diarrhea, including:

  • Infection by a virus or bacteria (most common cause)
  • Poor or disturbed intestinal flora or bacterial balance
  • Allergic reaction to certain foods or nutrients
  • Disturbances in the absorption of fat or gluten
  • Medication use (certain medicines)
  • Diseases of the pancreas
  • Food poisoning


Tips if you suffer from Diarrhea – Diarrhea or Loose Watery Stools

  • Drink rice water, freshly squeezed carrot juice or weak tea sip by sip
  • The following foods have a ‘stopping’ effect on diarrhea: blueberries, bananas, grated apple (not apple juice), carrots, rye and uncooked oatmeal (chew well).
  • After a period of diarrhea, it is necessary to restore the intestinal flora or the bacterial balance in the intestines. You can use the resources mentioned below for this


Natural & Homeopathic Medicines for various gastrointestinal complaints

The natural medicines below can work well for stomach and intestinal complaints (certain medicines work better for some than for others).

Heartburn, repair stomach mucosa – Remedy: Edisan

Edisan is a natural medicine that regulates stomach acid production and can be used for heartburn, among other things. Edisan also contributes to the recovery of the gastric mucosa. If you are pregnant, you must be very careful with substances and always consult with an expert or doctor. Also look for natural (harmless) remedies and tips in pregnancy and heartburn.

Stomach cramp antispasmodic – Agent: Belladonna D4

Belladonna D4 has an antispasmodic or antispasmodic effect and inhibits the secretion of gastric juice. If you suffer from stomach cramps, use 5 drops every ten minutes for an hour.

Restore disturbed intestinal flora – Remedy: Aciforce

Aciforce contains lactic acid-forming bacteria that occur in the intestines, which help restore disturbed intestinal flora (bacterial balance).

Rapid improvement in diarrhea – Remedy: Tormentavena

Tormentavena is a drug (in drop and tablet form) that helps very quickly with diarrhea. In acute cases, use five drops or one tablet every hour until improvement occurs.

Mild Flaxseed Laxative – Agent: Linoforce

Linoforce is a mild laxative based on linseed, which has a milder (less harmful) effect than the usual laxatives available at drugstores or pharmacies.

Promote digestion, intestinal flora – Agent: Molkosan

Molkosan, or thickened Swiss milk whey, is a product that promotes digestion and has a beneficial effect on intestinal flora. Take one to two tablespoons of Molkosan between meals, mix with water or (non-sparkling) spring water.

When to take over-the-counter medications for gastrointestinal complaints and when to go to the doctor?

Many of the above complaints or ailments can easily be treated yourself by using self-care products (self-medication) and by changing certain habits. But please note, if the situations or complaints below apply, always consult a doctor or expert!

  • Persistent diarrhea, especially in children and the elderly. As a result of the large loss of fluid, they are at greater risk of dehydration
  • Diarrhea accompanied by blood
  • Stomach ulcer or inflammation of the stomach lining
  • Severe and persistent pain/cramping in the stomach/intestines
  • Blood in the stool
  • Burning sensation in the stomach (behind and below breastbone)
  • Blood vomiting (vomiting/vomit with blood)
  • Dark and/or black stools


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