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Mayo Clinic notes that indigestion is commonly caused by eating too quickly, overeating, drinking carbonated beverages, alcohol, caffeine, chocolate, anxiety, smoking, certain antibiotics, iron supplements, pain reliever... More »

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Bananas commonly cause indigestion if they are consumed raw before they have fully ripened. The ripening process is necessary to convert the indigestible starch in the fruit into digestible sugar. Bananas also contain hi... More »

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Indigestion, or heartburn, may cause heart palpitations, along with many other contributing factors. Heart palpitations arise from malignant or benign conditions. Some generate from simple activities, such as standing up... More »

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Causes of an upset stomach include smoking, anxiety, too much caffeine and overeating, especially fatty or spicy foods, states Mayo Clinic. Other causes include an inability to digest dairy products, stomach ulcers, swal... More »

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Uncomplicated sigmoid diverticulitis is treated at home using a liquid diet, antibiotics and nonprescription pain relievers, while complicated diverticulitis may require hospitalization, intravenous antibiotics, drainage... More »

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Some examples of home remedies for gastritis include eating small, frequent meals, avoiding triggering foods, abstaining from alcohol, switching pain relievers and effectively managing stress, according to Mayo Clinic. G... More »

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Although there are numerous causes of bloating, some common causes include eating fatty foods, drinking carbonated beverages, eating too fast and smoking, according to Mayo Clinic. Swallowing excess air by drinking throu... More »

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