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The third type of cell that we have sitting in here are actually called mucus cells, mucus cells and just like the name suggests, mucus cells release what’s called mucin and this is a coating that will sit around the stomach to make sure that things like pepsin or hydrochloric acid don’t degrade the stomach. Without mucus cells, we would eat ourselves alive, so as a review of the three things the stomach will do for us is that it will churn with its very muscular walls to help break down the bolus in a very physical activity, also there’s an enzymatic or a chemical process that occurs here where we use pepsin to degrade food, now pepsin itself only degrades one type of nutrient and that’s protein, this will break peptide bonds or the bond that connects amino acids to one another to degrade your protein macromolecules so that’s the only type of nutrient that’s broken down in your stomach, once we hydrolyze a significant amount of the protein, we’re going to produce chyme that is stored in the stomach until it’s the right time for it to be released into the next part of your GI tract called the duodenum, the first part of the small intestine and that’s how your stomach works.

Everyone experiences an upset stomach and indigestion, or dyspepsia, from time to time after eating or drinking. The condition is usually no cause for concern, and it is often possible to treat the symptoms using home remedies.
Some of the most popular home remedies for an upset stomach and indigestion include:

1. Drinking water

The body needs water to digest and absorb nutrients from foods and beverages efficiently. Being dehydrated makes digestion more difficult and less effective, which increases the likelihood of an upset stomach.
In general, the Health and Medicine Division (HMD) recommend that:

women should have around 2.7 liters (l), or 91 ounces (oz), of water a day

men should have about 3.7 l, or 125 oz, of water a day

Around 20 percent of this will come from food, with the rest coming from beverages. For most people, a good figure to aim for is approximately 8 or more cups of water a day. Younger children require slightly less water than adults.
For those with digestive issues, it is imperative to stay hydrated. Vomiting and diarrhea can lead to dehydration very quickly so people with these symptoms should keep drinking water.

2. Avoiding lying down

When the body is horizontal, the acid in the stomach is more likely to travel backward and move upward, which can cause heartburn.
People with an upset stomach should avoid lying down or going to bed for at least a few hours until it passes. Someone who needs to lie down should prop up their head, neck, and upper chest with pillows, ideally at a 30-degree angle.

3. Ginger

Ginger is a common natural remedy for an upset stomach and indigestion.
Ginger contains chemicals called gingerols and shogaols that can help speed up stomach contractions. This may move foods that are causing indigestion through the stomach more quickly.
The chemicals in ginger may also help to reduce nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea.
People with an upset stomach could try adding ginger to their food or drinking it as a tea. Some all-natural ginger ales may also contain enough ginger to settle an upset stomach.

4. Mint

In addition to sweetening the breath, the menthol in mint may help with the following:

preventing vomiting and diarrhea

reducing muscle spasms in the intestines

relieving pain

ResearchersTrusted Source have found that mint is a traditional treatment for indigestion, gas, and diarrhea in Iran, Pakistan, and India.
Raw and cooked mint leaves are both suitable for consumption. Traditionally, people often boil mint leaves with cardamom to make a tea. It is also possible to powder or juice mint leaves and mix them with other teas, beverages, or foods. Mint leaves are widely available in health stores and online.
Sucking on mint candies might be another way to help reduce the pain and discomfort of heartburn.

5. Taking a warm bath or using a heating bag

Heat may relax tense muscles and ease indigestion, so taking a warm bath may help to ease the symptoms of an upset stomach. It could also be beneficial to apply a heated bag or pad to the stomach for 20 minutes or until it goes cool.

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