Here are a few things you could consider.
1. Drink lots if water.
2. Have atleast a 2-3 hour gap between your dinner and sleep.
3. Avoid oily and spicy foods.
4. Smoking and alcohol as also culprits which cause this.
5. Have well balanced diet.
6. Don't excercise or do any heavy work withing 1-2 hours of having foods.
7. Practice pranayama and meditation to tackle stress which can lead to hyperacidity.
8. Avoid pickled stuff as they have high sodium content.
9. Take a tablet ranitidine before food if required.
If it still persists, better get it checked out by your doctor in person.
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Hi, it could be due to gastritis, try eating small meals instead of three large ones whenever you can.
Avoid foods that irritate your stomach, especially those that are spicy, acidic, fried or fatty.
Alcohol can irritate the mucous lining of your stomach.
Stress may make your gastritis symptoms worse. Stress may be hard to avoid, but you can learn to cope with it. If you have trouble relaxing, consider calming activities, such as meditation, yoga .
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