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Question: What to do for acidity.. i have acidity all day
Answer: Try to have luke warm water every time. It can give relief frm acidity. After havng food dnt go to bed suddenly. Take a walk atleast 10 minuts especially in night
Question: What can I do for acidity problem?
Answer: Hi, Many women have acidity for the first time during pregnancy. Rich, oily or spicy dishes, chocolate, citrus fruits, alcohol and coffee are all known to aggravate acidity. If you feel uncomfortable then avoid these foods for a while. Drink water instead of carbonated or fizzy drinks because these drinks are already very acidic.. A glass of cold milk or a cup of yogurt is an age-old remedy for heartburn and acidity. A cup of chamomile or ginger tea (adrak chai) may also help. Some also believe that bananas help. Eat small, frequent meals and chew your food well. A long gap between meals can lead to acidity. Avoid drinking large quantities of fluids during meals. It's important to drink eight to 12 glasses of water daily during pregnancy, but drink between meals. Try to finish your dinner about three hours before you go to bed. Sometimes lying down can lead to heartburn because gravity helps the acids out of your stomach. Following a late dinner, try not to lie down for at least an hour after eating. Sleep propped up with pillows so that your shoulders are higher than your tummy. In this position, gravity will help keep your stomach acids where they should be and aid your digestion.
Question: For acidity what I have to do ??
Answer: Hello, I'm happy to help. The hormone progesterone is one of the main causes of excess gas/acidity during pregnancy. As your body produces more progesterone to support your pregnancy, progesterone relaxes muscles in your body. This includes the muscles of your intestine. Slower moving intestine muscles mean that your digestion slows down. Few of the remedies are : Don't eat big meals. Take your time and chew thoroughly. Limit how much you drink during meals. Drink from a cup or glass – not from a bottle or through a straw – and don't gulp. Don't drink carbonated beverages. Take care.