Abdominal pain or abdominal pain can be cramped, painful, dull, sharp, or intermittent. The most common causes of stomach pain are constipation, diarrhea, acid reflux, lactose intolerance, stress, gas, and bloating.

Karishma Chawla, nutritionist and lifestyle educator, gives tips on how to deal with various abdominal pain and home remedies:

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Constipation is caused by lack of fiber, overprocessed foods, dehydration, too much dairy, medication, sedentary lifestyle or physical inactivity, lack of routine, or a rushed morning, ignoring the urge to defecate and stress being a major factor. Chronic constipation can lead to gas production, bloating, and pain. Dietary interventions include consuming whole grains like dalia, red rice poha, rajgira and legumes, fruits and vegetables that are high in fiber like dark green leafy vegetables, pears and papaya, drinking plenty of water and other fluids like the day with Lemon water to begin with. and consume vegetable smoothies.

Lifestyle measures include slowing down the morning ritual, routine, waking up and sleeping, as well as yoga and stretching exercises. Avoid refined foods, fried foods, and foods high in sugar. Can experiment with black salt, this can help relieve gas and gas, and aid digestion. And garlic helps relieve gas, constipation, and infection.

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This can be caused by a viral infection, medication, food allergies, and food sensitivities, to name a few. Treating diarrhea includes fluid balance with coconut water, buttermilk, salted rice kanji, lemon sugar salty drink, or weak tea.


People who are lactose intolerant usually lack the enzyme lactase to digest the lactose in milk, which leads to stomach cramps and diarrhea. Avoiding milk is beneficial and can replace milk with almond and coconut milk


This can be due to food sensitivity, constipation, or indigestion leading to abdominal pain. Manage this by dropping food irritants that cause gas, eating a high-fiber diet with adequate water, and chewing foods properly. One can also experiment with herbs like turmeric, which help break down foods and absorb nutrients and garlic, which help relieve the gas.

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It is caused by low stomach acid, lack of magnesium, certain foods, hernia habits, and overeating. Relief is found by avoiding foods like citrus fruits, alcohol, spicy foods, and peppermint. Practice mindful eating, chew each bite 20 to 30 times, and experiment with aloe juice and sip and kala jeera water before meals in the morning to help remove stomach acid.


Stress can lead to low stomach acid. People with low stomach acid usually experience frequent heartburn, acid reflux, belching, gas, gas, and even nausea after eating. Home remedies are a glass of warm water and fresh lemon or lime. Squeeze a tablespoon of lemon juice into the water and drink before consuming anything else. You can also try adding 1 tablespoon of raw apple cider vinegar to an 8-ounce glass of warm water and drinking it about 15 to 30 minutes before a meal. Drink this after meals if you have heartburn. (IANS)