Some people tend to focus their food nutrition on dinner, or like to eat late at night or eat something before going to bed, which not only leads to poor sleep, but also leads to obesity, It can also induce ulcer formation by stimulating gastric mucosa to make gastric acid secrete too much.
don’t eat dirty
Helicobacter pylori infection is one of the important causes of gastric and duodenal ulcer, in ulcer patients, the detection rate of the bacteria is as high as 70 ~ 90%, and after the ulcer disease is cured, the bacteria also disappear. Ulcer patients can be infected by close contact with tableware, dental appliances and kissing. Unclean food is also one of the causes of infection.
do not wolf down
food into the stomach, after storage, grinding, digestion, the food into a chyle, can be discharged into the intestine. If the chewing is not fine, wolfing down, coarse food, it will increase the burden of the stomach, prolong the stay time, can cause gastric mucosal damage; In addition, chewing and swallowing slowly can increase saliva secretion and reduce gastric acid and bile secretion, which is conducive to protecting the stomach.
avoid uneven hunger and satiety
when hungry, gastric acid and protease in the stomach are not neutralized by food, and the concentration is high, which is easy to cause self digestion of mucosa. Overeating can easily damage the self-protection mechanism of stomach; Too much expansion of the stomach wall and too long food retention time will contribute to gastric injury.
avoid smoking addiction
smoking can promote gastric mucosal vasoconstriction and reduce the synthesis of prostaglandin, which is a mucosal protective factor. Smoking can also stimulate the secretion of gastric acid and protease, aggravating the damage to the mucosa.
no coffee strong tea
coffee and strong tea are central stimulants, which can cause gastric mucosal ischemia through reflex, destroy the protective function of gastric mucosa, and promote ulcer.
anti abuse drugs
there are three kinds of drugs which are easy to damage gastric mucosa: one is acetylsalicylic acid, such as aspirin; the other is aspirin; Second, non steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs such as butazone, indomethacin and ibuprofen; Third, corticosteroids and other hormone drugs. So should try to avoid the use of these drugs, such as must take, to control the dose and course of treatment, it is best to take after meals.
avoid excessive drinking
alcohol itself can directly damage the gastric mucosa, alcohol can also cause liver cirrhosis and chronic pancreatitis, which in turn aggravate the damage of the stomach.