Monday, December 01, 2008

An apple a day keeps hiatal hernia away

As hernia occurs when when part of our stomach pushes through the opening of the diaphragm result in pain in the stomach and it is cause by the weakness in the muscles tissue. Most hiatal hernia can be cure if it is at the beginning state if care is taken of. Doctors found females had Hiatal hernia more than males, person who had abdominal surgery and age people whose mussels tissue became weak.

Most of the symptoms are feeling burning sensation in the chest. heartburn, bloating, difficult in swallowing and times feeling pain in the stomach after heavy eating. Proverb said an apple a day keeps the doctor away. Taking apple each day before going to beds or after dinner can helps cure Hiatal hernia and escape you from the doctors knife. Others remedy is to take small portions and soft foods many time in each time rather then heavy and solid food in two or three times. Avoid or control your smoking and liquors.

Wednesday, July 09, 2008

Hiatal hernia affects male and female equally and with all age

Hiatal Hernia is a herniation of our upper part of our stomach which is cause through a tear in our muscle between the chest and the abdomen. Most minor hiatal hernia do not cause any problem or symptoms at the beginning unless it was discovered by your doctor. For major or large hiatal hernia which allows food and acid to go back into your esophagus which lead to symptoms of hernia such as chest pain and heartburn. With medication and self care hiatal hernia can be relieve and cure unless it is very serious whereby surgical is needed.

Hiatal hernia affects male and female equally and with all age but the disorder occur most on elderly people. Hiatal hernia is very common to people who are frequently to physical exercises such as weight lifting and overweight people. People whose works towards heavy lifting or frequently bending down. Hard coughing and hard sneezing that increased the pressure within the abdomen that can leads to hiatal hernia. People who are heavy smokers or use drug such as cocaine are another risk to cause hiatal hernia.

Symptoms of people suffering from large hiatal hernia are heartburn, chest pain, nausea or belching and this sign can be worse when leaning forward or carry objects or bending down.

Monday, April 28, 2008

The symptom, cause and treatment of hiatal hernia

Most of the symptoms of hiatal hernia that are first notice by the patients are acid reflux and pain in the chest and upper parts of the stomach which is very similar to heartburn. When the stomach acid refluxes back into the esophagus system patients sometimes will experience heartburn and regurgitation. For some patients there will be no symptoms at the beginning stage until surgery is the main treatment to it.

The cause of hiatal hernia are due to the increased pressure within the abdomen and to due to heavy lifting frequent in bending up and down, Using the abdomen parts to push extra weight things. Heavy weight lifting person. Smokers and drugs user such as cocaine. Stress and anxiety persons.

Most of the beginning sufferers required no treatment if care is taken on in the first place. While some on mild medication but when the hiatal hernia is large it is likely to cause esophageal stricture and discomfort and if it is severe and chronic acid is involved, this is sometimes surgery is recommended.

Monday, March 10, 2008

The cause ,symptoms and care of hiatal hernias

A hernia occurs when one part of the body protrudes through a gap or opening into another part. Most people with small hiatal hernias will not knows that their are suffering from hernias as it don't cause problems unless it is a large hiatal hernias as it shows symptoms of hernias. The cause of large hiatal hernias as its allows food and acid to back up into your esophagus. most of the symptoms of large hiatal hernias are feeling chest pain and heartburn. Having beaching and nausea. The pain will get worse if you lift heavy objects, lie down or lean forwards.

The cause of hiatal hernias is when the surrounding muscle tissue at the opening became weak. It may be due to the pressure to our abdomen that cause hernias. The cause might be injury to the hernias area during an accident. Others cause are including persistent or severe coughing or vomiting, pregnancy, straining while going to the bathroom, increased abdominal fluid.

Elders people who is above fifty years of age, heavy smokers and obese are at high risks of suffering from hiatal hernias or people who are born with large hiatal hernias. Talk to your doctor if you suspect you are suffering from hiatal hernias. Finding that you are having difficulty in breathing or trouble swallowing, chest pain most of the time, coughing, wheezing, asthma and sore throat,

Care has to be taken if you are diagnose. Never eat heavy meals. Eat small meals and after eating always stand up and walk. Avoids heavy exercise when you just finish eating. Try not to eat spicy foods and limit fatty foods. Stops smoking and alcohol. Avoids acidic fruits and vegetable such as tomato and citrus fruits. Limit coffee or stop drinking coffee as it can be irritating to an inflamed esophageal lining.

Tuesday, November 06, 2007

Symptoms of hiatal hernia are mostly such as heartburn

Hiatal hernia affects both sexes equally. mostly people who suffer from hiatal hernia don't have any symptoms in the early stage. Hiatal hernia can occurs at any age but the highest risk people who will suffer from the hiatal hernia are the early people, people who are overweight, and weight lifting people. Hernia generally involves penetration of the internal organs through the protective muscle walls that surround them which involved the organ causing the disorder.

The symptoms of hiatal hernia are mostly such as heartburn, abdominal pain and discomfort and neusea. Uncomplicated hiatal hernia can be effectively cured by making lifestyle improvements. Portion your food consumption by taking less portion and more times, try to lose weight and do not wear very tight dress or cloth, stop smoking and drinking alcohol.

Thursday, September 06, 2007

Heavy smokers, obesity and increasing in age are main cause of hiatal hernia

Hiatal hernia is a condition in which a portion of the stomach protrudes upward into the chest. Heavy smokers, obesity and increasing in age are the main cause of getting hiatal hernia. For people above the age of 50 are high risk of hiatal hernias as this coditions may cause reflux of gastric acid from the stomach into the esophagus.

Most of the symptoms are heartburn, bleching, chest pain and finding difficulty in swallowing. To reduce the pain is to avoid taking heavy meals at one time and bending and lying down after each heavy meals. If you notice a bulge or swelling in your groin, abdomen, scrotum, or thigh, you should talk to your doctor. Sometimes a hernia may also cause sharp or dull pain and the pain may worsen when you are standing.

Monday, July 16, 2007

Most small hiatal hernias show no symptoms

Most small hiatal hernias don't cause any problems and also will never symptoms only when your doctor discover when checking for condition. A large hiatal hernia will allow food and acid to back up into your esophagus, leading to heartburn and chest pain. This large hiatal hernias will sometimes needs surgical operation. Hiatal hernia are most cause in the abdominal area but sometimes it can develop elsewhere. It occur when one part of the body protrudes through a gap or opening into another part.

A hiatal hernia can contributed to gastroesophageal reflux. It happen when a hernia slightly displaces the lower esophageal sphincter. A hiatal hernia can also cause heartburn when our stomach becomes a reservoir for gastric acid, which can then easily travel up your esophagus. Most heartburn patients only discoverd through their doctor that they have hiatal hernias. Talk to your doctor if your symptoms are severe, occur often, or are accompanied by coughing, wheezing, asthma, a sore throat, difficulty swallowing or chest pain.