Diarrhea can make you feel nauseated, bloated, cramped with abdominal pain, low with loose motion sickness, so on and so forth. Needless to say, any person experiencing such discomfort is bound to feel miserable.

Well, read here some easy to follow home remedies that can help to alleviate such miserable feeling.

1. Try carrot, mint, and ginger soup

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Soften carrots in boiling water with one teaspoon of mint and a teaspoon of grounded ginger. Blend this concoction together to make a soup like consistency and enjoy savoring it slowly while it is still warm. It will help settle symptoms of diarrhea and nausea, and will also provide the nourishment that you need to deal with the upset stomach.


2. Have some apple cider vinegar with honey

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A tablespoon of apple cider vinegar in a glass of warm water with a spoonful of honey can help relieve indigestion and gassy feeling instantly. Its antibiotic properties and high content of pectin antioxidant aid in getting rid of any bacterial infection and also soothe the intestinal spasms.


3. Sip on rice water tea 

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If you are troubled with diarrhea, have some rice tea. Boil half a cup of rice in six cups of water for around 15 minutes. Then drain out the water from rice in a cup and sip on it warm. You can add a teaspoon of honey or sugar to enhance the taste of simple rice water. This tea soothes the intestines, calms the motion frequency, and helps to maintain the hydration level too.


4. Soothe your stomach with yogurt 
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Fresh yogurt contains probiotics that help in replenishing the normal intestinal function. It is highly effective in controlling diarrhea, indigestion, gas, and other forms of stomach issues. Make sure to choose non-fat, no sugar, plain yogurt for effective results.


5. Stick to BRAT (Banana, Rice, Applesauce, and Toast) diet
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Banana, Rice, Applesauce, and Toast diet can be effective in treating diarrhea. These are low-fiber, non-spicy, and starchy foods that fill your stomach and slowly curb the frequency of motion.


6. Drink some buttermilk
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Mix ½ teaspoon of dry ginger powder, ½ teaspoon of fennel powder, and ½ teaspoon of roasted cumin and carrom powder into a cup of buttermilk and drink this concoction three to four times a day. It is an effective remedy to treat diarrhea and nausea. 

You can also chew on fennel seeds as it helps in the process of digestion by stimulating the secretion of digestive juices.


7. Calm yourself with chamomile tea

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Packed with anti-inflammatory and natural analgesic properties, chamomile tea decreases stomach cramps, gas, indigestion, and flatulence problem. Better brew a cup of chamomile tea daily to prevent these stomach related problems.


Along with practicing the above-mentioned remedies, avoid the basic triggers of the upset stomach such as high-protein and fatty foods like chicken, lentils and legumes, and vegetables that cause gas such as cauliflower, broccoli, beans, etc. Also, stay away from alcohol, smoking, and caffeine to quickly recover from stomach upset episodes.


For any query related to home remedies for stomach and digestive disorders you can consult an Ayurveda Specialist at www.healthcaremagic.com  

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