Tips for treating esophageal spasms


The spasms of the esophagus or heart spasms are spasmodic muscle contractions in a part of the stomach, more precisely in the pit of the stomach. When they occur, severe pain appears in the stomach, which often causes regurgitation. It is a pathology It affects both sexes, but in a more special way it is women who suffer the most, and generally people who are very nervous or highly sensitive.

Generally, the cause of spasms of esophagus it is a dystonia of the nervous system at the level of this area. This disease leads to a sensation of blocked food throughout its journey. Over time, pain and significant inflammation of the stomach. In addition to the pain, nausea, belching, vomiting, and confusion are manifested.

Treat esophageal spasms with natural remedies

First of all you must eat quietly and without haste. Stressful environments should be avoided. Nor should it be drunk during the meal, especially cold and carbonated drinks should be avoided.

A useful remedy to treat cardiospasm It consists of eating small amounts every 3 hours, throughout the day. Food must be accompanied by dry bread because it absorbs excess gastric juice.

Every day it is convenient to take an infusion based on sage, mint and chamomile in equal parts. Once the mixture has been made, pour a tablespoon of the mixture into a cup of boiling water, and a lemon peel. Let it rest for 10 minutes. Then it is filtered, and honey can be added to taste. It is a infusion digestive, which is why it should be taken after meals.

Every morning on an empty stomach you should take one shower 5 minutes with cold water. For nervous exhaustion and depression it is advisable to take a bath twice a week at a temperature of 40 degrees. It is also good to take a bath with thyme. To prepare this water, a liter of water must be boiled with a handful of thyme for 3 minutes.

Once this time has passed, the infusion is poured into the water in this bath. This bath should last 15 minutes keeping the water at a constant temperature. The bath should be given two, three or four hours after the meal. When in the bathtub, the ideal is gently rub the belly through circular motions.

After the bath is finished, the belly is rubbed again with a towel wet in warm water. Afterwards, the body is thoroughly dried and covered properly.

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