Homeopathy Medicine for Indigestion

Although indigestion is common, each person may experience it slightly differently. Symptoms of indigestion may be felt occasionally or as often as daily. Indigestion is a general term that describes discomfort in the upper abdomen. It is also known as dyspepsia or an upset stomach. Indigestion is not a disease, but rather some symptoms experienced, including abdominal pain and a feeling of fullness shortly after start eating.

Indigestion that is not brought on by an underlying disease may be alleviated by modifying one’s lifestyle and taking medication. Indigestion can be a symptom of other digestive diseases.


The following signs and symptoms could be present in indigestion sufferers:

  • Early fullness during a meal-we still haven’t finished most of our meal, but we already feel full and might not be able to.
  • Uncomfortable fullness after a meal-Overly prolonged feeling of fullness.
  • We experience mild to severe pain in the region between our navel and the bottom of our breastbone when we have discomfort in the upper abdomen.
  • Burning in the upper abdomen-Between our navel and the bottom of our breastbone, we experience an unwelcome heat or burning sensation.
  • Bloating in the upperabdomen-Weexperience a tightness that is uneasy and caused by a gas buildup.
  • Nausea –we experience a nauseating feeling.

Belching and vomiting are less common signs and symptoms.

Heartburn is a pain or burning sensation in the middle of our chest that may radiate into our neck, and it is sometimes experienced by people who have indigestion, but heartburn and indigestion are two different conditions.


Numerous factors can contribute to indigestion, which can also be brought on by certain foods, beverages, or medications.

  • excessive or hurried eating
  • food that is greasy, fatty, or spicy
  • excessive intake of chocolate, carbonated beverages, alcohol, or caffeine
  • Smoking
  • Anxiety
  • specific antibiotics, analgesics, and iron supplements

Other digestive issues, such as the following, can also contribute to indigestion:

  • gastrointestinal (gastric) inflammation
  • Peptic ulcers
  • Celiac disease
  • Gallstones
  • Constipation
  • Pancreas inflammation (pancreatitis)
  • Stomach cancer
  • Intestinal blockage
  • intestinal ischemia, which refers to decreased blood flow

Complications of Indigestion

Indigestion can affect our quality of life by making us feel uncomfortable, making us eat less, making us miss work or school due to our symptoms, even though it typically does not have any serious complications. When indigestion is brought on by an underlying condition, that condition can also have complications of its own.


Changing your way of life could help you feel better.

  • limiting the consumption of foods that make you sick
  • replacing three large meals with five or six smaller ones each day
  • Caffeine and alcohol consumption should be reduced or stopped.
  • locating substitutes for drugs that cause indigestion
  • Controlling stress and anxiety


Antimonium crudumGiven when nausea is especially prevalent at night and in the early morning. Most recommended when patient have a thickly coated white tongue.Useful for indigestion when children regurgitate milk shortly after ingestion.There is watery diarrhea of undigested food particles that is aggravated by becoming overheated or by eating vinegar or acid foods.

AconitumGiven when the abdomen is sensitive to touch. Helpful for kids who experience nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. Useful for indigestion that occurs in extremely hot weather, especially after drinking ice drinks.

IgnatiaWhen a patient feels emotionally upset, they may experience indigestion, painless urgent diarrhea, or an empty, “all gone” feeling in their stomach that is relieved by eating. These medications are given when patients experience these symptoms.

PHOSPHORUSUseful for indigestion, which causes general weakness, anxiety, and restlessness as well as a feeling of emptiness in the stomach, which is particularly bad at night before bedtime when they become very hungry.


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