Have you ever had the stomach feels hot? This condition can indicate digestive problems. There are a variety of causes, the cause can be known as on the diseases of stomach acid (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease – GERD), food allergies, or gastritis. In addition, there is also the cause of abdominal pain are not known with any certainty or called dyspepsia.
Identify some of the causes and how to treat the stomach feels the heat here.
What is the cause?
In General, the stomach feels heat a symptom of digestive disorders that are triggered by many factors. Cause factor is most acid reflux stomach or gastric acid into the esophagus rise. Reflux can also cause irritation of the throat, so it feels like there’s a Scotch at the throat, the sound became hoarse, and sore throat.
Diet and stress can also trigger indigestion and abdominal symptoms led to that feels hot. When stress, digestive work so slow down. As a result, people who stress the more likely experiencing acid reflux stomach, causing nausea and stomach feels the heat. In addition, some of the diseases that afflict the following digestion can also make the stomach so it feels hot.
The term dyspepsia refers to the symptoms of digestive disorders that cause unknown. Symptoms in addition to sensation in the stomach, that is bloating, nausea, belching, and discomfort or pain in the upper abdomen. Smoking, consuming too much alcohol or caffeine, or are taking any medication pain reliever such as ibuprofen nonsteroid and aspirin can increase the risk of occurrence of dyspepsia.
Check with your doctor immediately if symptoms persists, especially if it is accompanied by other symptoms such as dark or blackish dirt, quick breath, bloody coughs, as well as pain radiating to the jaw, neck or arms.
GERD (Gastroessophageal Reflux Disease)
GERD occurs when the ring of muscle at the bottom of the esophagus doesn’t close perfectly once the food goes into the stomach. As a result, stomach acid sometimes together food rises back into the esophagus and cause a sense of heat in the stomach.
A number of factors can lead to the onset of GERD, among others, pregnancy, obesity, and smoking. In addition, food can also trigger GERD, namely spicy and acidic foods, including foods that are made from tomatoes.
People who suffer from GERD is typically experience the following symptoms.
Stomach feels like its burning worsening at night or when lying down.
Breath reads like people suffering from asthma. This is because reflux causes irritation of the airway. In fact, most adults who experience GERD also had asthma.
Dry cough or phlegm so.
As a step towards handling, usually the doctor will prescribe medicines to suppress the production of stomach acid. In the meantime, to diagnose GERD is usually needed test the acidity or ph, as well as endoscopic examination and x-rays.