Stomach ulcers also referred to as gastric ulcers, are open sores that occur in the lining of the stomach. Ulcers can occur in the part of the intestine just beyond the stomach.
Both stomach and duodenal ulcers are sometimes known as peptic ulcers. Stomach ulcers are relatively easy to cure, but they can cause significant problems if left untreated.
If left untreated, many ulcers eventually heal. But ulcers often recur if the cause of the ulcer is not well treated. If ulcers keep coming back, you have an increased risk of developing severe health complications, like bleeding or a hole in the wall of your stomach or intestine.
Symptoms of stomach ulcers include.
The most common symptom of peptic ulcers is abdominal pain. Other symptoms of stomach ulcers include:
• Loss of appetite.
• Loss of weight.
Some of the things you should consume to prevent stomach ulcers.
Studies have revealed that turmeric polysaccharides can help in preventing ulcers by protecting the mucus lining of the stomach and inhibiting the growth of an ulcer-causing bacterium
2. Fibre-rich food
High fibre foods such as apples can help lower the amount of acid in your stomach while easing bloating and pain. A study has revealed that foods that are rich in fibre may help prevent ulcers.
Garlic is one of the world's most healthy and universal natural cures, and it can help in preventing and healing stomach ulcers. If you can stand the strong taste, eat 2 raw garlic daily to regulate your levels of the H. pylori bacteria in your gut.
Consume these 3 things to prevent stomach ulcers.
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