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More and more people these days are suffering from a slew of digestive discontents. And while not all of them are developing the more dangerous and chronic diseases such as IBS (irritable bowel syndrome) or Ulcerative Colitis, letting your digestion go down hill can lead to more serious complications down the road.

Indigestion includes a variety of symptoms such as heartburn, acid reflux, gas, bloating, cramping, diarrhea and constipation. The symptoms can be different for different people, or you can have a different set of them at different times depending on your overall state of health and what food might be the main culprit. Whatever the case, if you think you might be suffering from chronic digestive complains keep reading.

The main causes of indigestion include eating too fast without adequately chewing your food; consuming heavy and high fat or spicy meals; smoking; stress and anxiety; Ulcers; and pregnancy among others. The best aid to fight indigestion is therefore to identify the culprit and try to avoid it. If this isn\'t possible however begin by taking some simple steps to reduce the incidence of discomfort.

Eat smaller meals more frequently rather than indulging in one or two heavy meals. Small meals are easier for your body to digest and don\'t take the same toll on your digestive track.

If you are already in the midst of an indigestion episode try drinking some water with baking soda in it, or even soda water if you have it on hand. This is a tried and true remedy that has helped many people deal with the consequences of a hefty meal naturally.

If you know you are about to overindulge, take a few minutes to prepare a glass of water with lemon juice (or apple cider vinegar if you can stomach it) and drink this half an hour before your meal. This can help cut out indigestion before it begins and should therefore be treated as a preventative measure.

Finally, ginger and ginger tea is another good remedy for stomach complaints. A good source of ginger or a ginger supplement can help you relieve the symptoms of indigestion.
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