Manifestations of chronic gastritis

Symptoms of chronic gastritis have no specificity, including middle and upper abdominal pain or discomfort, loss of appetite, belching, acid regurgitation, nausea, etc. There is no specificity. Sometimes it is related to eating, and quite a few patients do not have any discomfort symptoms.

Treatment of Chronic Gastritis

1. The digestive department sees a doctor and makes a clear diagnosis. Because gastritis is also divided into several different reasons, gastroscopy may be required.

2. Appropriate application of drugs, under the guidance of doctors, can use some drugs for various uncomfortable symptoms, or drugs for the treatment of Helicobacter pylori infection.

Prevention of gastritis

1. Improve lifestyle: Quitting smoking and drinking, ensuring adequate sleep, keeping a good mood and exercising moderately, all of which are conducive to the recovery of gastrointestinal function.

2. Pay attention to your diet: The most important thing is to eat regularly. Eat less if you are uncomfortable and eat whatever is suitable for you.

Generally speaking, if gastric acid and burning sensation are obvious, irritant foods such as wine, coffee and carbonated drinks and greasy foods should be avoided as much as possible.

If the stomach distension is obvious, eat less foods that are not easy to digest, such as glutinous rice foods such as zongzi and rice cakes, foods with high starch density such as sweet potatoes and potatoes, and foods rich in cellulose such as dried bamboo shoots and celery.

4. Emotional adjustment: Most patients can improve the symptoms of dyspepsia by relieving stress, improving mood and sleep, but a small number of patients need anti-anxiety and antidepressant drugs to achieve better therapeutic effects.