Tonic in the winter should first adjust the stomach and stomach
Why is it that winter is a good time for gastrointestinal maintenance?
This is because in winter, the yang of the heavens and the earth gradually collects, the coldness grows, and the temperature difference between morning and evening is large.
In order to adapt to the change of yin and yang in the natural world from “summer long” to “winter harvest”, the qi and blood of the human body are also taken in.
In winter, the human body is stimulated by cold air, histidine in the blood increases, gastric acid secretion increases, obstructive contractions occur repeatedly, and its own resistance and adaptability to climate will decline.
In addition, due to the cooler climate, people’s appetite will be stronger, which will increase the burden of metabolic functions, leading to the recurrence of metabolic diseases, especially chronic gastritis, peptic ulcer, gastrointestinal bleeding, and functional bowel diseases.
7 strokes to prevent gastrointestinal diseases 1, the first is to prevent cold, including cold protection and excessive diet cold, to prevent cold in the abdomen.
Patients with stomach problems should add clothes in time according to the rise and fall of temperature to strengthen their warmth.
Cover your quilt while sleeping at night to reduce the chance of stomach recurrence or exacerbation caused by cold stomach.
2, often drink strong tea conditioning gastrointestinal strong tea has a spleen appetizer, transforming the power of cereals, is conducive to food digestion, but also benefit color and protect the five internal organs.
For those who love meat and spicy food, drink a cup of strong body tea after a quick meal, which can relieve oiliness and promote digestion.
In addition, the old Chinese medicine tea has the effects of strengthening the spleen and stomach, and benefiting the five internal organs, and can reduce the irritation of the gastric mucosa by hot food.
3. Keep the spirit happy, the mood is comfortable, and the mood is stable. TCM believes that “over-thinking, temper tempered, long-term injury, and abnormal operation” indicate that nervousness, anxiety, etc. will affect spleen and stomach function.
It is not advisable to think about problems while eating and bring business negotiations and work meetings to the dinner table.
In addition, chewing slowly is an important principle of nourishing the stomach.
4, pay attention to the combination of work and rest should pay attention to the moment of living, maintain good habits, work and rest, maintain adequate sleep and prevent excessive fatigue.
5. Self-massage of stomach and abdomen Chinese medicine believes that regular self-massage of stomach and abdomen can help improve gastric function.
The specific method is: put your hands on the upper abdomen, centering below the xiphoid of the sternal handle, rub each of them in a clockwise and counterclockwise direction?
50 times; then rub each 30 around Shen Jue (ie belly button) in the same way?
In addition, rub your legs and feet three miles (3 inches below the upper left lateral bone, and the upper depression on the left and right lateral bone) 50?
Morning and evening twice a day.
With the insistence of massage, there will be reactions in the stomach and intestines, or snoring, bowel sounds, or anal exhaust. These are normal and good physiological reactions, which are the result of the regulation of gastrointestinal stimulation.
6, strengthen physical exercise Actively participate in physical exercise, carry out physical activities within their ability, can improve gastrointestinal blood circulation, enhance gastrointestinal motility, improve gastrointestinal resistance and the body’s ability to adapt to the climate from heat to cold.
7. Provide diet to regulate the diet of patients with gastrointestinal disorders. Warm, soft, light, and appropriate. Do not eat too cold, too much, too hard and overly stimulating food. Eat regularly and quantitatively. Avoid overeating and quit smoking.
If taking medicine, pay attention to the method of taking medicine to prevent the medicine from irritating the gastric mucosa.