Hello and welcome to Healthcare Magic. Thanks for your query.
Your symptoms are indicative of an acid peptic disease
, which could have resulted in stomach or duodenal ulcers. This problem can be due to irregular and unhealthy dietary habits and due to a bacteria called H. pylori in the stomach.
There are medication which can decrease the excess acid formation in the stomach as well as eradicate the H. pylori infection. Please see a doctor for these medication. Over-the-counter antacids can also provide temporary relief. I would also advise you you have to follow dietary and lifestyle modifications, in order to tackle this problem:
1) Avoid foods that cause gastric irritation like spicy foods, coffee, tea, carbonated drinks, etc. Smoking
and alcohol are also gastric irritants.
2) Increase the fibre content in your diet - take more of vegetables and fruits.
3) Avoid eating outside, especially avoid all kinds of junk food and fast foods.
4) Try to have a healthy lifestyle with regular exercise and proper sleep habits.
5) Try to avoid stress
and try relaxation methods like deep breathing, meditation
Dr. Sheeba Stephen