Many people have digestive issues without even realizing it. Digestive complaints are common for many Doctors and health professionals. Dentists even see patient’s come in and complain about their digestion. What you eat has an impact on many aspects of your health, including your oral health and digestion.
To avoid feeling bloating, or having gas, constipation, diarrhea, or abdominal pain, try focusing on what you eat. There are easy things you can do to improve your digestion.
Eating too much sugar can cause bloating in the body and encourage the unhealthy bacteria to grow in your gut. Sugar eaten in excess will often lead to weight gain, mood swings and stress.
Stop eating gluten
Many people don’t realize that they have gluten allergies or intolerances. Many health practitioners guide patients to try giving up gluten and see if it will help them feel better.
Eliminating gluten form the diet could improve digestion in people with how have milder digestive problems like gas, bloating, and constipation. Eat more brown rice, quinoa, and corn tortillas as alternatives.
Stop eating when you are not hungry
The most popular digestive complaints from people are after they overeat. Chances are you have eaten when you aren’t hungry before, and stopping before you are full is the key to a healthy digestive system.
People who overeat often get heartburn and the feeling of being uncomfortably full is no fun for anyone. Overeating, can lead to abdominal bloating, as well as diarrhea and constipation — not to mention weight gain among other health problems.
Coffee can taste great but it can be harsh on your digestive tract and it may cause or diarrhea. If you love coffee and don’t want to give it up, drink coffee with food instead of on an empty stomach. Also drink more water, lemon water, or green teas.
Perhaps you are stressed out or over worked. People who are frustrated with life and feel stressed out usual have slower body movements and lethargic digestion.
The Doctors at TenderCare Dental, a Dentist in Gladstone, OR suggest drinking water to improve your oral health and help relax the body.