November 2, 2010
The main symptoms of gastritis are loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, headache, and vertigo or dizziness. There are many things that can trigger gastritis and dizziness, but inflammation is the primary predator here.
Here are some of the things that can trigger dizziness from gastritis:
- Eating too much
- Eating quickly
- Eating animal fats
- Eating foods high in refined sugar
- Periods of high ongoing stress.
- Chronic fatigue
- Extreme exercise right after eating
- Smoking tobacco
- drinking alcohol
- Helicobacter pylori infections in the gut
- Side effects of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) like aspirin or ibuprofen
If you have been experiencing the symptoms of gastritis inflammation, like dizziness, after eating, then you need to see a health practitioner as soon as possible.
Keep in mind that the least helpful thing you can do to eliminate dizziness triggered from gastritis is to start taking antacids. Antacids have been proven many years ago to be nothing but a gimmick, and a harmful gimmick at that.
Don?t fall for the direct-to-consumer advertising you see on television or hear on the radio?do your due diligence and discover the truth yourself. In fact did you know direct-to-consumer commercials are illegal in every country accept the US and New Zeeland?? These commercials are geared to sell you on drugs as a solution to everything under the moon.
Truth is drugs aren?t a solution for anything. Drugs can be temporarily helpful only to buy you and the doctor time, while vigilantly seeking to uproot the cause of your dizziness and gastritis inflammation.
Any prolonged use of drugs is misuse and in many cases outright abuse.
Dizziness is one of the most serious side effects you can have from an illness or a drug. Dizziness is a sign you are in danger of losing complete control and may be a symptom of heart disease, ear infection or gastric inflammation (Gastritis).
If you are experiencing inflammation you are at going through a degenerative process that must be stopped before it can be reversed.
Here are some of the symptoms, or signs, of gastritis:
- Upper abdominal pain
- Loss of appetite
- Belching or gas
- Burning sensation in the stomach
- Extreme weakness
- Shortness of breath
Simply cutting back on dangerous habits like smoking tobacco, drinking hard alcohol and over eating often help, if necessary you may need to eliminate all junk food, cut out all refined salts and sugars and take up a vegan diet for a month or more.
The idea is to help you restore digestive balance so that your immune system can heal whatever is causing the gastritis inflammation and dizziness in the first place.
If you aren?t ready to make a commitment to ridding your lifestyle of dangerous habits and oversights, then your doctor and pharmacist will be happy to take you on as a permanent gastritis customer.
After you?ve tried all that and finally decide your wealth is your health, you will stop at nothing to restore natural vitality and digestive balance.
Dizziness usually comes just before you pass out, or fall over and where and when you lose your balance may determine whether you live through the experience.
So to cure your gastritis, as with any degenerative health issue you need to see the value of living a life not only free of symptoms, but one that nurtures nature balance, not dizziness.
You were born to heal,
Todd M. Faass?