Acute gastritis symptoms (watch out for food intake)
Acute gastritis is an acute inflammation of the gastric wall and gastric mucosa, and the area of inflammation is the gastric mucosa layer. The causes are often clear and can be divided into acute exogenous gastritis and acute endogenous gastritis depending on the cause.
Acute exogenous gastritis can be classified in more detail according to the factors affecting the occurrence. First of all, dietary gastritis is also called simple gastritis.
If you eat a lot of ice cream, cold food, hot food, salty spices, or spicy spices (chili, pepper), or drink a lot of coffee or alcohol, your chances of developing it increase.
Among these factors, alcohol-induced gastritis requires caution, and strong alcohol such as whiskey and soju can destroy the gastric mucosa. People with weak bodies can get sick if they drink too much. In addition, it is often an addictive gastritis caused by side effects of aspirin, antibiotics, dysentery, salmonella, and cholera (often known as food poisoning).
It is also called acute external gastritis such as strong acid or corrosive gastritis caused by taking alkaline drugs. Acute endogenous gastritis is divided into allergic gastritis that occurs after eating fish or pork, and bacterial infections in surrounding organs or other areas spread through blood vessels, resulting in exothermic lesions in the lower layer of the gastric mucosa.
What are the symptoms and when should they be treated?
Dietary therapy shows symptoms such as severe pain, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea in the stomach a few hours after meals, and generally the healing process is fast and usually cured within 23 days. Diet is important for treatment, but if you fast for a day and drink water, hair follicles, barley tea, or Seongnyeong, gastritis is not severe. Symptoms often disappear. Eat some porridge or bread when the symptoms are relieved (you should avoid eating stimulating foods such as alcoholic beverages and curry). If the pain is severe and vomiting or bleeding lasts more than two days, consult your doctor. If the symptoms continue for more than a week, you should suspect another disease 정품비아그라
You need to be careful because the initial symptoms of appendicitis are similar to acute gastritis. When symptoms are severe and not treated with diet, medication is required and pain is affected. On the other hand, if vomiting or diarrhea continues, moisture in the body can escape, and salt in gastric juice and other necessary electrolytes can be lost, causing dehydration. To prevent this, you should drink enough water.