I have quit smoking since 2 years, but still i am feeling very weak and tired all the time. After eating food or speaking for a long time, i feel nausea and sometime a bit of vomit also happens. All the time i suffer from back pain in the center of spinal cord. I am 27 right now and I am looking same as i was at an age of 18, just skin is getting loose, loosing charm and getting aged. I have gastric problem too. One more thing i would like to say is i do masturbation a lot and i think because of that i always feel dehydration. my shoulders are broad but face is very small and my body is totally fat less. some times i gain weight but my face never becomes chubby.
Please help me on what food intake should i take, medicines if any and lastly what goes in my mind is there weak muscles is causing pain everywhere on my back side and face and brain are under development hence i suspect 100% blood is not reaching to the upper part of my body.
Your symptoms are probably due to indigestion, acute gastritis, irregular dietary habits, or due to acid reflux disorder. â
Gastritis occurs when the lining of the stomach becomes inflamed or swollen.â Gastritis pain occurs in âthe left upper portion of the abdomen and in the back. The pain seems to travel ââââfrom the belly to the âback. Other symptoms of gastritis include - Belching, Nausea and vomiting, ââââBloating, Feeling of fullness âor burning in the upper part of the belly. â
First and foremost, you need to avoid foods that make your symptoms increase. Adopting a healthy ââdietary practices and a good exercise regimen will also help.â
Some tips to help your symptoms include:- â
â1. Reducing intake of hot spicy and Fat rich foods, fried foods, is very important. â
â2. Try eating a little more slowly. When you eat fast, you swallow extra air with your food. Try to not ââtalk while eating. Extra air while eating can lead to belching and gas production.â
â3. Eating at the same time each day and eating smaller meals more frequently may be beneficial as ââwell.â
â4. Try to eat a balanced diet. Foods with high fiber may initially increase gas production. However, the ââthis will decrease over time. â
â5. It is better not to drink fluids with your food. Drinking fluids with meals can increase your air intake ââand increase gas.â
â6. Avoid major gas and acid producing foods like - â
â- Vegetables: Onions, Celery, Carrots, broccoli, Brussels Sprouts, Cucumber, Cabbage,Cauliflower, ââRadishes , potatoes and eggplant.â
â- Beans, peas, Green salads, brown rice and leeks
â- Fruits like - Raisins, Bananas, Apricots, Prunes, dried fruit â
â- Carbohydrates rich foods like - Bagels, Wheat Germ, Pretzels,puddings, breads.â
â- âCured meats and high fat meat products such as sausages, salami, ham, âbacon, and Red meats like ââbeef and lambâ should be reduced in consumption or avoided totally. â
Adequate antacids (Tums, Mylanta, prevacid) and Omeprazole (Acid reducing medication) can help ââârelieve the symptoms. In addition maintaining âadequate hydration âand adopting a sitting upright âposture for 1 hr post meals will also help. â
For complete and proper assessment of your general health, you might benefit by consulting with a doctor in person. A physical examination will help to clear all your doubts and apprehensions. A proper high protein diet can be advised by a dietician based on your daily routine. Weight gain can also be achieved by regular physical weight training exercises, which will improve your muscle bulk of your body. You may consult a fitness trainer for better results.
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