One of the most common problems, indigestion occurs mostly after eating spicy or fatty food. It also happens due to overeating, stress, smoking, drinking alcohol or if you are sleep deprived. Indigestion is the result of acid reflux in the body, or in other words, stomach acid attacking the lining of the stomach causes indigestion.

Indigestion

Indigestion makes you feel uncomfortable with the following symptoms – bloating, heartburn, nausea, vomiting, gas, stomach pain and sometimes an acid taste in your mouth. Though the condition is painful at times, it can be controlled easily by making use of various home remedies. Let us check out how home remedies can easily solve indigestion problems.

Home Remedies For Indigestion

Ginger

Ginger is one of the most common remedies for controlling indigestion. After a heavy meal, if your stomach is already upset or you want to avoid an upset stomach, grab a ginger, slice it, add some salt to it and chew.Ginger will help to stimulate the digestive juices and prevent indigestion. If you do not like ginger and salt combination, mix lime juice and ginger juice in a glass of water to which some honey is added and drink it. You will feel much better. You can also try drinking ginger tea for quick relief.

Ginger

Orange

Presence of citric and ascorbic acids in orange make digestion an easy process and it can calm the stomach from acid reflux.You can eat an orange after food, or drink a glass of orange juice before having meals. This will improve your digestion capacity to a great extent. Pineapple juice also gives the same effect.

Orange

Coriander

The vitamin rich, powerful natural anti-oxidant coriander works best in relieving indigestion problems. It can be used in various combinations. You can roast and grind coriander seeds and add it to buttermilk and drink.You can also make a mixture of cumin seeds and coriander leaf juice in water, with a pinch of salt. This helps in fighting stomach pain due to indigestion.Mixing ground coriander, ginger juice and cardamom powder in water and having it can also keep indigestion problems at bay.

Coriander

Baking Soda

Half a teaspoon of baking soda mixed with half a glass of water is a great antacid for indigestion. As indigestion results from acidity in stomach, soda can neutralize the acid in the stomach and give you instant relief.

Baking Soda

Various Teas

To improve the digestive process and calm the stomach there are various tea options you can try. Mint tea, green tea, fennel tea, blackberry tea, peppermint or chamomile and herbal tea are some of the tea varieties that aid in stimulating digestive juices, which helps in easy digestion.

But beware, if you suffer from acid reflux disease, it is better to avoid peppermint tea. Also, avoid chamomile, if you suffer from ragweed allergies, to prevent complications. Apart from the above mentioned items, grapes, soya, lemon, carom seeds, aniseed and apple can also give you great relief from indigestion.Placing ice on your stomach or taking a cold bath also brings down indigestion woes. To prevent indigestion problems, avoid junk and oily food to the maximum. Exercise regularly, drink water and eat healthy.

Teas