Ulcerative Colitis and Stomachache
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Ulcerative Colitis is an inflammatory bowel disease that causes long-lasting inflammation and ulcer symptoms, or sores in the digestive tract. Ulcerative colitis affects the innermost lining of the large intestine and rectum. This inflammatory disease can be debilitating, and sometimes it can even lead to life-threatening complications. Ulcerative colitis may lead to a narrowed area of the intestines, making it harder to pass stool. It may also lead to swelling in the colon, intense diarrhea, joint pain, and scarring of the bile ducts and pancreas.

Ulcerative colitis most often begins gradually and can become worse over time. The symptoms of this inflammatory disease can be mild to severe, and most people have periods of remission, times when the symptoms disappear, which can last for weeks or years. While there is no known cure for ulcerative colitis, there are natural treatments that can greatly reduce signs and symptoms of the disease and result in long-term remission.

Symptoms of Ulcerative Colitis
Ulcerative colitis symptoms can vary, depending on the severity of inflammation and where it occurs; they typically develop over time. Most people experience mild to moderate symptoms, but the course of ulcerative colitis may vary and some people have long periods of remission. The symptoms depend on the location of the disease-causing inflammation. If you have ulcerative colitis, you may have the following signs and symptoms:
-- Diarrhea, often with blood or pus
-- Abdominal pain and cramping
-- Rectal pain
-- Rectal bleeding
-- Urgency to discharge stool
-- Inability to discharge stool, despite the urgency
-- Weight loss
-- Fatigue or chronic fatigue syndrome

Home Remedy for Ulcerative Colitis
Consume More Fiber:
Increase your daily intake of fiber-rich foods. Fiber is not only helpful in eliminating the waste substances and toxins from the body but also efficient in mending and improving our bowel regularity. It prevents the inconsistency of bowel movement which is the main problem of diarrhea and constipation. Hence, you can avoid pain and suffering while defecation.

Include More Turmeric:
This famous spice used in India is a useful medicine in treating ulcerative colitis. Traditionally, turmeric has been used in many home remedies since the ancient times. Include the usage of this spice in your daily diet to gain its benefits. The compound called curcumin present in turmeric can reduce the symptoms of this disease and is proven to improve the conditions of patients suffering from ulcerative colitis.

Multiply Vitamin-C Intake:
Vitamin C acts as a protective agent and has the ability to prolong the remission phase or the intervals between flare-ups. Gaining more vitamin C can reduce the pain and agony due to inflammation of the intestines. Have more foods with high vitamin C content like spinach, parsley and berries. Vitamin C is also beneficial for the overall health of our body.

Psyllium Seeds:
Psyllium seeds or husk aids in alleviating the pain and effects of this illness. It can decrease constipation issues due to ulcerative colitis by normalizing the bowel movement. This remedy helps in easing the removal of feces and hence soothing the aggravated parts of the bowel system. Have psyllium seeds on a regular basis to gain some relief from this disease.

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