Dyspepsia is the medical name for indigestion and refers to the various symptoms associated with difficulty digesting food. Various factors, from stress to certain medications can cause dyspepsia, but with treatment and some basic lifestyle changes, most people can easily get rid of the symptoms of this condition. Indigestion is caused by problems in the stomach or intestines and is most often the result of excessive consumption of fatty and overcooked foods, but can also be associated with diseases of the stomach or pancreas.

The main feature of dyspepsia is burning pain most often located in the stomach. The pain can be constant and relentless, but it can appear and then disappear. Swelling, weakness, nausea and heartburn can often occur as accompanying symptoms. In rare cases, dyspepsia can be a sign of a much more serious problem. Weight loss, difficulty swallowing, constant vomiting, black stools (can often be a sign of intestinal bleeding), constant pain in the upper right abdomen or the presence of lumps and swelling in the abdomen are symptoms that should be sought for medical attention.


- Strive to relieve all organs that affect metabolism
- Change your lifestyle
- Reduce body weight, ie eliminate toxic substances from the body with a monodiet and fasting
- Eat as many fresh fruits and vegetables as possible
- Eat papaya and pineapple
- Avoid sparkling drinks
- Strictly avoid fat, protein and sugar (only dairy proteins are allowed)
- Reduce meals quantitatively
- Avoid carbohydrates from refined rice, cereals, white bread and chocolate
- Avoid alcohol, coffee and sweet, high-calorie foods
- Take care of proper digestion and stool
- Apply the basic principles of healthy eating and digestion
- Drink currant and juniper juices
- Drink teas of chamomile, common centaury, peppermint, star anise
- Tincture of turmeric, cumin, cinnamon, common centaury, ginger
- Take a teaspoon of baking soda with water to neutralize stomach acids
- Spinach stimulates the work of the pancreas
- Regular medical check
- Exercise regularly


If indigestion is common, you often vomit or lose weight, be sure to consult a doctor.