Do you struggle with gas, bloatedness, and constipation interchanging with loose stools?
Our lives today are so busy, irregular, and unexpected that our bodies have a hard time keeping up, which expresses itself in irregular digestion.
Do you struggle with common ailments like gas, constipation interchanging with loose stools, and bloatedness?
It’s getting common day by day as we don’t follow a proper body routine. We are so busy in our lives that irregular food intake and diet makes it hard for digestion to take place.
Here’s what we received recently:
I’m writing because I’m experiencing digestion issues for a month or so. By the way, I’m Ryan, 23-years-old working as an app developer.
To get a better idea about the irregularity I am experiencing, let me share a few words from day #1:
Fortunately, I was the only guy in my class who landed on a high-paying senior app developer job right after graduation.
The day I received my first salary, I started to party and drank every weekend. I used to eat late at night, head over to food street to have junk food often.
This kind of lifestyle undoubtedly destroyed the regularities I had during my college time. Its been great for the first quarter, and later it started disturbing my body and mind. I had
extreme problems with my digestion that continued for days or even weeks.
I often experience an upset stomach and felt some nausea. With these stomach problems, I used to spend whole days without eating. Which eventually made me weak; I lost the productivity and
received inquiries from the project manager.
I tried seeking professional help, but the medications are no longer showing any positive effect. I often have gas and bloating as a consequence, and this was painful.
I just found your blog by Googling, and I saw your great content about digestion issues. I think you can help me in ending up the stress and stomach issues. I am waiting for your
The problem Ryan shared is the result of an imbalanced Vata.
It has physical symptoms like :
Emotional signs and symptoms like
These signs tell you that you have an imbalanced vata. This is a typicle vata digestion whether this is your dominant constitution or not.
Try Vata-Pacifying Foods:
Studies made by Ayurvedic practitioners resulted in finding Vata-Pacifying foods with their benefits. These can help you balance imbalanced vata:
Fruits that contribute vata are generally sweet and nourishing. Rather than raw fruits, it is suggested to have cooked or stewed fruits. Cooked fruits are comparatively easier to digest and offer
moisture, sweetness, and additional warmth. Apricots, Berries, Bananas (ripe), Coconut, Dates, Grapefruit, and Apples (cooked) are favored for it.
Fruits that don’t pacify vita are rough, unusually cooling, and drying. So avoid fruits like Cranberries, Pears, Pomegranate, and other raw eatables.
Just like fruits, vegetables that pacify vata are usually sweet, cooked, and offer moisture. Vegetables that grow underground are favorable for vata as they provide excellent moisture and warmth
at the same time.
Examples of favorable vegetables are Beets, Cucumber, Garlic, Green Beans, Leeks, Asparagus, etc.
While veggies that are comparatively dry like Artichokes, Broccoli, Cabbage, etc. need to be avoided.
It is recommended to take easily digestible grains. Similar to other vata-favorable foods, go for the ones that are nourishing and sweet. Oats, Pancakes, Rice, Seitan, etc. are some of the
favorable grains. Common grains to avoid are Barley, Corn, Crackers, Millet, etc.
If you recognize these signs and symptoms then I advise you to read my blog on how to decrease your vata.
If these aren't your signs and symptoms but you do have tummy related troubles than you might want to look at our other blogs about digestive troubles