How to relieve the nerves in the mouth of the stomach
When we are nervous, either by anxiety, stress or simply by something that worries us, it is usually as common as our stomach is one of the first to suffer. In this sense, there are people who can feel it more or less, but the reality is that the great majority of them usually complain about Pain in the pit of the stomach and of feeling of having nerves lodged in the stomach, since they feel it as bloated and shrunken.
Nervousness and nervous tension caused by stress, nerves and one's own day-to-day worries tend to cause abdominal pain, which often translates into an annoying Stomach pain that can trigger certain gastrointestinal disorders: vomiting, flatulence, burning and nausea. Not in vain, it is more usual that these annoyances arise in what many people identify as the mouth of the stomach (that is, the area where our stomach begins).
In addition to the nerves themselves in the stomach, other related disorders are very common. For example, because the activity of the colon is accelerated, it is usual for the person to suffer from constipation or intestinal alterations, such as diarrhea. It is possible that the stressed person also has the urge to eat compulsively. This is because it also causes the appetite sensation to increase.
Tips to relieve the nerves in the mouth of the stomach naturally
There are some very useful natural options when it comes to relieve the annoying nerves in the pit of the stomach. In addition, they stand out for being very easy to prepare but quite effective. Here we highlight the most important:
There are certain infusions made with relaxing medicinal plants They help in a very positive way when it comes to relaxing the nerves present in the pit of the stomach.
- Chamomile infusion: it is ideal because it helps in the process of digestion, besides having an interesting calming action for these cases. If you wish you can take up to 3 cups a day. To make it, you should boil a cup of water and 2 teaspoons of dried chamomile flowers in a saucepan. When it starts to boil, lower the heat and leave for 3 minutes. After this time turn off the heat, cover and let rest another 3 minutes. Straighten and drink.
- Decoction of ginger root: there is no doubt that ginger becomes one of the ideal foods to take care of our stomach, since it is able to reduce inflammation, relax and calm the nerves. To make your decoction boil the equivalent of 1 liter of water and half root of ginger in a saucepan. Let boil for 10 minutes. After this time extinguishes the fire, strain and drink. You can drink up to 3 cups of this infusion.
- Infusion of green anise and mint: it is probably two perfect medicinal plants for these cases, since the green anise acts as a relaxing and digestive, in the same way as the mint does. To make the infusion, put in a saucepan 1 cup of water, 1 teaspoon of green anise seeds and 1 teaspoon of dried mint leaves. When it boils, turn off the heat, cover and let stand for 5 minutes. Straighten and drink. You can drink up to 3 cups of this infusion a day.
Practice some relaxation
Practicing relaxation at home is very useful to relieve the nerves and relax. In fact, it becomes a very powerful remedy that improves your life and your health, because it helps you to calm down, to see problems better and to act in a more conscious and objective way.
If you want you can know how to practice relaxation at home easily reading our special article. To do so, you only need to sit in a comfortable place, where there are no noises and nobody bothers you, and help you with scented candles, incense, relaxing music and comfortable clothes.
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