Treating Hiatal Hernia Symptoms Painlessly

It Can Improve Your Overall Health

A hiatal hernia (also known as hiatus hernia) occurs when part of the stomach or the lower part of the esophagus and part of the stomach push through the hiatus in the diaphragm (the muscle separating the abdomen and chest). Some people develop a hiatal hernia because of an injury. It can also be caused by increased pressure in the abdomen from coughing, straining during bowel movements, pregnancy and delivery. Obesity is also thought to increase the risk of a hiatal hernia.

Chest pain and heartburn are the most common hiatal hernia symptoms. Chest pain felt behind the breastbone can be due to the hernia itself. Symptoms can also be caused by food and stomach acid that is refluxed back into your esophagus.

Hiatal Hernia Treatment Options

If you have a hiatal hernia you may have read about painful surgery as treatment for your hiatal hernia symptoms. An operation for a hiatal hernia may involve pulling your stomach down into your abdomen and making the opening in your diaphragm smaller, reconstructing a weak esophageal sphincter, or removal of the hernia sac.

But treatment doesn’t have to be this scary or tough. Natural remedies for a hiatal hernia treatment are safe, effective and affordable. It doesn’t mean killing yourself in the gym, starving, or taking revolting concoctions.

Effective Natural Remedies

Treatment for hiatal hernia symptoms is very important as left untreated, acid reflux from the stomach can eat away at the lining of esophagus. It can also result in damage of the voice box and even asthma. Below are a few ways to incorporate an effective natural treatment of hiatal hernia symptoms in a more enjoyable way.

Exercise – To combat hiatal hernia symptoms try walking. Walk with friends or family members after meals and enjoy the outdoors. Even 20-45 minutes every other day can do wonders. If you do decide to go to the gym, do not strain yourself. A light workout will do and then you can treat yourself to a massage afterwards.

Diet – Diet plays an important role in the treatment of hiatal hernia symptoms. This doesn’t have to mean starving yourself or eating foods you just can’t stand. True it may mean cutting out some foods you have enjoyed in the past, but use this as an opportunity to explore new foods, try new recipes and incorporate new ingredients into your meals. This can be fun and healthier for the whole family.

Natural remedies are a powerful and safe way to treat hiatal hernia symptoms. Apple cider vinegar flavored with a teaspoon of honey is a tried and true remedy. But a natural reflux cure for hiatal hernia symptoms can also include experiencing new teas, tea with honey or ginger. It’s as simple as mixing baking soda with water or chewing gum after eating.

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