HERBAL HOME REMEDIES - NATURAL REMEDIES - HERBS LIKE MEDICINE



LACK OF APPETITE - DESCRIPTION


Lack of appetite is not a disease in itself but is a side effect of some acute illness or disorder of the stomach and intestines. The lack of appetite is not long-lasting, and after its expiration the appetite returns on its own. Lack of appetite can also be affected by psychological stress, unresolved conflicts and various illnesses. Such a mentally conditioned lack of appetite can become chronic and in extreme cases can lead to complete rejection of food from the body. Excessive consumption of certain agents (eg cigarettes) affects the lack of appetite. In such cases, it is recommended that you stop consuming such funds. In case of nervous lack of appetite, psychotherapeutic treatment is recommended.


SELF-HELP MEASURES

- In case of acute illness or disorders of the stomach and intestines, never force yourself to eat
- Eat as many vegetables as possible that will stimulate your appetite: celery, pepper, garlic, fennel, tomato, radish, horseradish, leek, dandelion, onion, rhubarb and carrot, and parsley, hump and cloves stimulate the secretion of digestive juices
- Teas which stimulate the appetite and are drink half an hour before a meal are common centaury, mugwort, yarrow, sage and leaves and dandelion root
- Inhalation of sage and chamomile essential oil
- Drink a few drops of essential oil of peppermint and sage with a spoonful of honey
- Measures to refresh the body: with the addition of thyme baths, saunas, foot baths, air baths
- Try to move as much as possible in the fresh air


REMARK

Seek medical attention for long-term or nervous lack of appetite.