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Cure Hiatal Hernia Permanently

What is a Hiatal Hernia?

A Hiatal Hernia, also known as a hiatal hernia is a condition where the upper part of the stomach that is normally located just below the diaphragm in the abdomen protrudes through the esophageal hiatus to rest within the chest cavity. Other hernias can happen in the abdomen, the upper thigh, the belly button or in the groin, but in this case, the bulging tissue is in your stomach and diaphragm.

The diaphragm is an important organ which aids in our breathing, and lies just beneath the lungs and above the stomach.

Food enters the mouth and travels down to the stomach via a tube called the esophagus. This tube (the esophagus) has to pass through a ‘hole’ or opening in the diaphragm (which separates the chest cavity from the abdominal cavity) called the esophageal hiatus.

In the case of a hiatal hernia, a portion of the stomach pushes up into the diaphragm muscle, often causing severe pain. The opening through which the muscle moves is called a hiatus.

To tackle a hiatal hernia, we need to tackle the reason that is causing it i.e. the pH imbalance and the inflammation of the intestines. Xembran, Hernica and Acidim have been especially effective in hiatal hernia treatment without surgery.

Hernica strengthens the intestines and abdominal wall naturally by enhancing digestion. Acidim acts by maintaining optimum pH levels in the body and regulating acid production. Xembran kills H pylori and other bacteria in the stomach which are known to be a major cause of hiatal hernia.

Once the system becomes healthy, the swelling of the intestine reduces and the inflamed portion regains its original shape. However, you have to ensure that you maintain a healthy lifestyle during the treatment– because a medicine can help you internally, only if you follow a regulated diet plan.

Types of Hiatal Hernia

Sliding hiatal hernia –

In this type of hernia, the stomach and diaphragm move into and out of your chest through the hiatus (valve). These may not generally require treatment, since the lumps they form are small. These are often detected only through a full doctor’s examination. any people have these small, sliding hiatal hernias without ever being diagnosed.

Fixed hiatal hernia –

This type of hernia isn’t as common. It’s also known as a Para-oesophageal hernia. In a fixed hernia, part of your stomach pushes through your diaphragm and stays there. There is a risk that blood flow to your stomach could become blocked. If that happens, it could cause serious damage and is considered a medical emergency.

 

Surgical Procedures

Surgical therapy is usually prescribed to a patient for these underlying problems. The surgeon will attempt to pull the stomach back into the abdomen, correcting the hiatal hernia, but there is another, less invasive way to fix this problem.

If you are diagnosed with a hiatal hernia, via a doctor’s visit and subsequent endoscopic exploration, then you are likely going to be prescribed one of various pharmaceutical medications, or surgeries, most of which can have mild to severe side effects or complications.

For many, the prescribed treatment of a hiatal hernia is similar to the management of GERD. Though surgery is usually only considered for patients with recurring symptoms and those who develop complications, such as recurrent bleeding, ulcerations or strictures, it has become more common in the past several years.

 

Traditional Medication for Hiatus Hernia

Many medical practitioners prescribe chemicals such as omeprazole and esmeprazole for hiatus hernia. These chemical ‘cures’ do not really help in the treatment of your hernia.

They are meant to subdue the acid in the stomach to provide symptomatic relief. However, these medicines are to be consumed on a daily basis for years and once your stop taking them, the symptoms will start firing up again. They do not offer a solution, but simply mask the problem. Apart from this, they are known to cause many other health challenges. This is not a complete list, but following are a few of the most common known side effects:

  • severe stomach pain, diarrhea that is watery or bloody;
  • seizure (convulsions);
  • kidney problems–urinating more or less than usual, blood in your urine, swelling, rapid weight gain; or
  • symptoms of low magnesium–dizziness, confusion; fast or uneven heart rate; tremors (shaking) or jerking muscle movements; feeling jittery; muscle cramps, muscle spasms in your hands and feet; cough or choking feeling.
  • stomach pain, gas;
  • nausea, vomiting, diarrhea; or

Furthermore, in the case of surgery, a procedure of this kind cannot help reduce the acid levels in the stomach. A patient often suffers more in the initials stages, post surgery.

He or she is prescribed heavy antacids, antibiotics and vitamins which cause more acidity in the long run. For someone with a sliding hiatal hernia, an operation may temporarily change the symptoms, but later they can develop a paraesophaegal hernia.

The reason for this is an internal swelling which still hasn’t been fixed. Unless you address the problem from within, the hernia will keep coming back.

 

Addressing Lifestyle Habits That Cause a pH Imbalance

To fix the underlying problem, we have to start by addressing lifestyle choices which can cause a hiatal hernia. If the inflammation of the organs, including the intestines is not addressed, then the problem persists. Correcting the pH in the body is also of utmost importance.

The first line of defense against almost any disease is a proper pH balance. Our bodies live and die at the cellular level. The billions of cells in our bodies must maintain alkalinity, in order to function and stay alive. This is true of your finger cells, your brain cells, and yes, the cells in your stomach, intestines, and esophagus. When the human body is in an acidic state, it will try to shield itself from the damaging acid by storing the acid in fat cells. The body tries to prevent the acid from eating holes in tissues.

Grocare offers three medicines that address pH balance in the body and begin to decrease inflammation that is caused by improper pH levels.

Hernica, Xembran and Acidim, have been especially effective in the treatment of hernia.

These natural medicines help the whole system to becomes healthy. They help to reduce the swelling of the intestines, and any obtrusion (lumps) from the stomach into the abdomen starts to heal.

This doesn’t happen overnight. Grocare reccommends a 6-8 month period along with a carefully crafted diet plan for hiatal hernia treatment without surgery.

Once healed in this way; however, you won’t likely get a hiatal hernia again because you have taken care of the problem internally. This, along with continued healthy lifestyle choices will mean you have taken care of the problem for good.

 

How the Herbal Medicines Work

To tackle hiatal hernia, we need to tackle the reason that is causing it i.e. the pH imbalance and the inflammation of the intestines. Xembran, Hernica and Acidim have been especially effective in hiatal hernia treatment without surgery.

Hernica strengthens the intestines and abdominal wall naturally by enhancing digestion. Acidim acts by maintaining optimum pH levels in the body and regulating acid production. Xembran kills H pylori and other bacteria in the stomach which are known to be a major cause of hiatal hernia.

Once the system becomes healthy, the swelling of the intestine reduces and the inflamed portion regains its original shape. However, you have to ensure that you maintain a healthy lifestyle during the treatment– because a medicine can help you internally, only if you follow a regulated diet plan.

As a result, the intestines slowly return back to their position, thus healing various forms of hernia. As these medicines address the root cause of the problem, chances of recurrence are minimized and even eliminated in the due course of the treatment. The medication is equally effective for post surgical complications. After this form of a cure, a hernia does not redevelop once your medication is stopped.

There is nothing to lose, as these medicines are also correcting your body’s pH, so there are no side effects, and no expensive, invasive surgeries. Your natural cure to hiatal hernia awaits. Here is a case study of one of their patients – View Case study