Peptic Ulcer refers to an eroded lesion in the gastric intestinal mucosa. An ulcer may form in any
part of the digestive tract which is exposed to acid gastric juice, but is usually found in the
stomach and the duodenum. The ulcer located in the stomach is known as gastric ulcer and that
located in the duodenum is called a deudenal ulcer. Usually both are grouped together and
termed peptic ulcer.
The most common symptoms of peptic ulcer are sharp and severe pain and discomfort in the
upper central abdomen. The pain is commonly described as burning or gnawing in character.
Gastric ulcer pain usually occurs an hour after meals, but rarely at night. Duodenal ulcer pan
usually occurs between meals when the stomach is empty and is relieved by food, especially
milk. It is often described as hunger pain and gets the sufferer out of bed between 2 and 4 a.m.
As the disease progresses there is distension of the stomach due to excessive flatulence,
besides mental tension, insomnia and a gradual weakening of the body. It may also cause
constipation with occasional blood in the stools. If an ulcer bleeds slowly, there is anaemia.
Peptic ulcers result from hyperacidity which is a condition caused by an increase in hydrochloric
acid in the stomach. This strong acid, secreted by the cells lining the stomach, affects much of
the breakdown of food. It can be potentially dangerous and, under certain circumstances, it may
eat its way through the lining of the stomach or duodenum producing, first, irritation of the
stomach wall and eventually an ulcer.
Dietetic indiscretion, like overeating, taking of heavy meals or highly spiced foods, coffee,
alcohol and smoking are the main factors contributing to this condition. The ingestion of certain
drugs, particularly aspirin, food poisoning, infections like influenza and septicaemia and gout
may also cause ulcers. Emotional stress or nervous tension also plays a major role in the
formation of ulcers.
What We Give For Cure Ulcer
Diet is of utmost importance in the treatment of ulcer. The diet should be so arranged as to
provide adequate nutrition to afford rest to the disturbed organs, to maintain continuous
neutralisation of the gastric acid, to inhibit production of acid and to reduce mechanical and
chemical irritation. Milk, cream, butter, fruits, and fresh, raw and boiled vegetables, natural foods
and natural vitamin supplements are the best diet for an ulcer patient.
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