Zee Media Bureau
New Delhi: It is a common fact that most people tend to eat more when the food is just too delicious. But, overindulgence in food can take your health for a toss and may lead to indigestion.
Indigestion, also known as dyspepsia, occurs when the digestive juices in the stomach are not secreted properly and as a result causes discomfort.
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Always being dependent on medicines can harm your system. It is advisable to opt for natural home remedies that aid digestion:
Gulkand: A good reason to eat gulkand is that it provides relief from acidity as it has cooling properties.
Saunf: Helps cool the lining of the stomach. Due to its anti-ulcer properties, it aids in digestion and relieves constipation.
Elaichi: Chewing elaichi stimulates digestion and relieve stomach spasms. It also soothes the inner lining of the stomach helping it ward off the effects of excess acid produced in the stomach.