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Stomach Ulcer Relief | What You Must Know To Overcome A Stomach Ulcer

In this video, I’ll uncover how to get fast
relief from a stomach ulcer. Hi, ladies and gentlemen, I’m Dr. Zyrowski
and welcome back to the channel. If you’re new to the channel, it’s a pleasure
to have you here. Be sure to subscribe, hit that bell notification,
and join our notification community so I can help you excel your health and your life. In this video, we’re talking about stomach
ulcer relief and how to overcome, how to heal stomach ulcers. If you’re someone who is suffering from a
stomach ulcer, then there’s a good chance you’re getting a lot of burning that’s going
on right in this area in the stomach. Basically, we want to make sure that we’re
reversing this issue because many people suffer from it. What we’ll talk about in this video is the
different types of stomach ulcers, the main causes, why it’s happening, some home remedies
that you can actually do in the comfort of your home, some supplementation that’s going
to really help you overcome this issue and reverse it quickly, and then foods that you
need to stay away from when you’re facing a stomach ulcer. Let’s go ahead and get started. When we look at stomach ulcers, there are
three types. There’s the duodenal, a gastric, and esophageal. The esophageal ulcer is going to happen a
little bit higher up. The gastric ulcer is going to be right down
here in the stomach area, and the duodenal ulcer will be somewhere right in this area. So, it’ll be a little bit further over. Anyway, either way, if you have one of these
ulcers, it’s something that you really want to focus on. Like I said, a lot of people will find just
a gnawing, burning feeling that’s happening all day long or especially at night it’ll
wake them up. We want to make sure that we’re really working
to reverse this issue because it is quite painful. Some are much more painful than others. It just depends on the severity of the situation. A lot of people are asking why this happens. What is the main reason that this is happening
and there are a couple of reasons. First of all, an H. pylori infection. If you have a whole bunch of H. pylori in
this area, it is known to cause a stomach ulcer and the fact is, it’s known to be the
main cause of ulcers. H. pylori is a really bad deal. You don’t want to have that. Next, is anti-inflammatories. People who are taking ibuprofens, people who
are just taking over-the-counter pain killers and medications on a regular basis or even
prescription pain killers on a regular basis, these different anti-inflammatories, essentially,
what they’re going to do is cause bleeding in the stomach and cause ulcers. Many people think that it can’t happen to
them until it happens. A lot of people actually have an ulcer as
a result of taking too many anti-inflammatories. I see a lot of people doing this on a daily
basis. So, we got to be careful with that. Stress is a big one too. I see a lot of people who are just under chronic
daily stress for a long period of time. They get ulcers as well. It’s very typical of these people to get ulcers. So, if you’re under chronic stress, there’s
a good chance that’s causing your ulcer. Then last, excess alcohol consumption. That’s one of the real obvious ones. If you have an ulcer and you know that you’re
consuming too much alcohol, well then, stop doing it because that one’s pretty obvious
and pretty easy to quit. But the next thing here is what do we do? What are some things that we can actually
implement right in the comfort of our home? There’s a couple of great things we can do
for remedies. First of all, coconut oil. Coconut oil is great because it’s very healing,
but it also works as a very gentle anti-bacterial, anti-fungal which is important in the case
of an ulcer. So, coconut oil is powerful. Honey is good for healing about anything. If we put some honey especially in some warm
chamomile tea, drink that. It’s very soothing and very healing towards
the ulcer. The next is turmeric which is a great anti-inflammatory. Very healing as well. Juiced cabbage specifically works very well
with reversing an ulcer. When we look to a problem with an ulcer, you
can take a cabbage, you can juice it, and then drink that juice and it’s really, really
excellent for reversing this issue. Bone broth because it has collagen in it,
has lots of great minerals in it, very good for ulcer relief and healing that. And then garlic because it works as a gentle
anti-bacterial just like the coconut oil does. Using garlic is powerful too because remember,
that there’s a good chance that there can be H. pylori and some bacteria that you don’t
want in there involved. These gentle anti-bacterial are very powerful
in this case. The next here is supplements. When we look at supplements, once again, we
use supplements just because we’re going to be able to actually get relief faster and
heal this thing faster using some really good high doses of different nutritional compounds
that are designed to heal. When we look at the G.I repair powder, the
G.I repair powder is great because it has aloe vera in it, it has deglycyrrhizined licorice
root extract, it also has arabinogalactan, and it has L-glutamine which are all very
powerful for healing an ulcer and reversing this problem. Then the next is probiotic strength. We want to make sure that we’re putting the
good probiotics in there just so we can help get rid of some of that bad bacteria. Probiotic strength is really powerful as well. What I’ll do is I’ll put a link to those in
the description below. Now, foods you need to avoid. First of all, coffee. You want to think anything acidic, so coffee
is definitely, certainly an acidic drink that you want to avoid. The next – when it comes to drinks that you
want to avoid – you also want to make sure that you’re avoiding apple cider vinegar. There are a lot of people who are going and
drinking apple cider vinegar and then telling me, “I had this awful burning in my stomach,
like terrible pain.” Well, there’s a good chance that you have
an ulcer. That’s why you’re getting a terrible pain
when trying to drink apple cider vinegar. The same goes for people who are trying to
drink kombucha. If you have an ulcer, that’s going to be very
painful. Anyway, acidic drinks you need to stay away
from. Chocolate as well. You want to stay away from that. Milk, spicy or acidic foods. We want to make sure that we’re avoiding anything
spicy because that’s just going to burn and feel terrible. Anything acidic. A lot of different fruits out there, we’re
going to want to make sure that we’re staying away from those simply because they will cause
that ulcer to hurt and flare up. And then, alcohol. We have to not only make sure that we’re avoiding
these foods, implementing these supplements, throwing some of these home remedies in there
to kind of just further help the issue but then, also make sure that if we’re someone
who’s using a whole bunch of over-the-counter anti-inflammatories or if we’re someone who
is under excessive stress, someone who is drinking a lot of alcohol, we want to make
that we’re avoiding that as well. Then, of course, if it’s due to an H. pylori
infection, you’re going to want to get that checked out and so make sure that you are
avoiding these things as well if you have an ulcer and you just have a burning, gnawing
pain that just doesn’t seem to go away and it seems to persist or even flare up at different
times of the day or night. Other than that, give this video a thumbs
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21 thoughts on “Stomach Ulcer Relief | What You Must Know To Overcome A Stomach Ulcer

  1. I believe I have an ulcer and when it "flares up" my entire nervous system feels it as well and my stress and tension also go up is this normal?? Thank you

  2. Very good
    But how about correcting your stomach Acid
    You need to have PH of 1-3
    To make sure that you are digesting the main food protein and Fat
    How does that work
    I use ACV before eating a meal but I used to have The esoph do ACV I feel the gird

  3. I think I've definitely got H.Pylori but my doctor says to test it I need to stay off my Omeprazole for 4 weeks. That's impossible as I can't live without it for more than 2 days. No idea what to do.

  4. Well looks like Im healthy😊 Went keto at the beginning of the year and am feeling a little smug in my wellness😊
    also feeling a little shocked and quite surprised by it as well.😲

  5. Dear doctor, I think we would all appreciate your take on fatburning supplements of all sorts, as some of them – such as alphaburn, lactobacillus gasseri or ketone esters – actually appear to work, though most are a waste of money. Which are which? Are there any at all that you would recommend?

  6. How long if u follow these tips until u can feel relief? Like how long should I do all these and if it still doesn’t work try something else? A week two weeks a month?

  7. Hello! Thank you for all the good work you do, I  started watching your youtube videos when i was really low and it gave me hope that I can do better. I am not there yet, I am still struggling with binge eating and poor eating habits.

    My latest battle is with the stomach pain I have when I am in fasting and drinking black coffee, around after 12-14 hours of fasting.

    I could really use you help and maybe there are other people struggling with the same problem.

    Thank you for all your good work!

  8. Have a stomach pain(not in particular region) occasionally for few days before and after food too. Scan says normal … Took nexium 40 tab twice for last 10 days. What may be the problem. No vomit. Able to eat. But pain is there.

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