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Stress related chronic gastritis
Since 6 weeks i have been having loss of appetite and weight loss. Doctors presumed symptoms related to my gall bladder surgery but abdominal ultrasound and all blood tests are clear. Endoscopy was done and nothing serious apart from chronic superficial gastritis. Doctor said gastritis is not severe and did Autonomous balance report which showed PNS is way higher than SNS. The GP says gastritis is purely stress related. Can this be cured naturally? I live abroad so this weight loss is worrisome. Please advise as im already on homeopathy but my appetite has not returned completely. No pain , nausea, vomiting etc.
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First treat your Gastritis and stress. Stress can be best managed by morning walk or running. Or by yoga meditation etc. Avoid spicy foods coffee tea cold drinks alcohol smoking junk food etc. Go for plant based diet. Discuss further for more detailed evaluation of your problem and finding Appropriate solution.
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