Indigestion or Heartburn is probably the most common discomfort of the third trimester of pregnancy!
As baby grows, your expanding uterus putting pressure on your digestive tract and can cause the contents are forced up. When this happens, the contents of the stomach acid rises up into the esophagus causing a burning sensation in the upper chest, this is what we call heartburn or indigestion.
Other digestive problems that commonly occur in the third trimester are constipation and hemorrhoids, which are unpleasant and often painful. These are often a result of hormonal factors linked to pregnancy, weight gain and of course, the growing pressure of the baby in the abdomen.
A natural way: There are many methods of reducing heartburn and digestive upset during pregnancy, and different approaches will help different women. Of course, due to the possibility of side effects and the risk of affecting the normal development of your baby, try to avoid medications during pregnancy.
Eating little, regular meals and chew your food thoroughly, slowly will help prevent digestive disorders. Try to avoid greasy foods, tea, coffee, chocolate, soda and alcohol. Do not eat close to bedtime or lie down after eating. Instead, take a short and pleasant walk to encourage healthy digestion.
Raising the headboard of the bed or sleep in an extra pillow can also help. However, there will probably be times when even with the suggestions above stated, there will be discomfort or digestive disorder will occur due to natural causes. In any case, natural remedies and homeopathic products used in complementary and alternative medicine will be of great help during this time that man-made drug treatments should be avoided. This is why it is recommended 100% natural remedy containing herbal and homeopathic ingredients for combat the symptoms of heartburn, indigestion and other digestive problems so common in the third trimester of pregnancy.
A natural remedy is completely safe to use during pregnancy and are a very effective alternative to prescription antacids and other medications used for these complaints.
Herbal and homeopathic ingredients: Salt is a biochemical that helps to quickly eliminate digestive discomfort including cramps, flatulence and hiccups. It also helps improve the overall functioning of the intestines, preventing constipation.
Himalaya Cystone is a powerful Ayurvedic formulation that prevents super saturation of lithogenic substances, controls ox amide (a material that precipitates stone formation in the kidney) absorption from the intestine and rectifies the crystalloid-colloid imbalance in the body. Himalaya herbal Cystone restrains carcinogenesis by dropping stone-forming substances like oxalic acid, calcium hydro-xyproline, etc., and causes their exclusion by micro pulverization. Cystone tablets help promote the healthy functioning of liver, pancreas, urinary tract system and digestive system.
Lemon balm is known for its calming properties extensively, being prescribed by herbalists for the relief of all complaints related to anxiety and tension. This herbal ingredient is excellent at relaxing cramps, improving digestion and treating gastrointestinal complaints.
Mentha piperita is an herb of the mint family and has been used for hundreds of years to relieve indigestion, nausea and heartburn. Relax the muscles of the digestive tract and stimulates the natural flow of digestive juices and bile, thereby assisting healthy digestion.
By adrianna smith
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