Do you frequently feel like your stomach hurts or has pain after meals or even all the time? If so then today I’ll reveal the 3 most common causes of chronic stomach pain and what you can do to start eliminating the factors that are creating this severe chronic stress in your life. First things first, you need to realize that there is no drug that will ever cure your stomach pain, at best they can mask the symptoms while the real problem only gets worse. This is like putting a band-aid over a severely infected wound, sure it doesn’t look as bad but it’s killing you all the same.
3 Major Reason Why your Stomach Hurts all the Time
Parasites: People think of parasites often as something you can only get from a 3rd world country or from eating raw food, but did you realize that many raw vegetables and fruit can carry parasites. As well they are all over your environment and simply touching the wrong door knob can mean infection. Parasites can cause severe stomach pain that doesn’t seem to let up as there are many forms of parasites that can actually live in the lining of your stomach. Often these parasites will only be able to exist when there is a low stomach acid production, this is quite often a direct symptom of a candida overgrowth.
Bacteria: Many bacteria such as H. Pylori can cause very painful ulcers in the stomach. Often doctors will prescribe anti-inflammatory drugs, when in reality these do nothing to destroy the bacteria. When given an anti-biotic to destroy the bacteria, this will create a candida overgrowth as a side effect. No drug comes without some kind of side effect.
Candida: This is a yeast that exists in an estimated minimum of 90% of the population. After the age of about 3-5 its estimated that 100% of the population will have candida in their body. This however is not the problem, the problem is when something else happens in your body that changes the body’s natural functions and as a result allows for candida to overgrow in the body to tremendous levels. This is where a complete dysfunction of the immune, digestive and nervous systems can take place. Symptoms experienced can be anything from digestive problems such as IBS to chronic depression and anxiety to severe respiratory conditions such as asthma where an estimated 95% of asthmatics were shown to have an overgrowth of candida in their body.
The best start is to determine if you have candida by taking a candida test or questionnaire to determine if your current set of symptoms are isolated or directly connected to a candida overgrowth.
Source by Jessica D Dale