Gastritis Truths

Updated: Nov 30, 2021

The Truth and How Can One Prevent Gastritis

if you have no clue what gastritis is, its the inflammation in the stomach lining causing issues within the indigestion system and pain one cannot bare. Gastritis can occur out of nowhere and happen when the body is full of alcohol, caffeine, ibuprofen (NSAIDS) and unhealthy foods such as those with too much grease and fat. There are also two types of conditions such as ACUTE and CHRONIC gastritis. Acute is very sudden and can be triggered when an individual is taking many medication and one too many on a empty stomach. This can also happen when someone is eating uncontrollably. Chronic is on going like a never ending cycle unless you own up to your causes and change your lifestyle. The things that triggers Chronic is consuming too much alcohol, stress, fatty foods, NSAIDS, bacteria and even tobacco. Both conditions are not easy to handle and although a very few individuals may not get any symptoms... in the end their lining from within will still be inflamed.


  • Alcohol

  • Fatty Foods

  • Fast Food

  • Caffeine

  • Acidic Beverages / Foods

  • Pain Pills (NSAIDS)

  • Tobacco (Cigarettes or Cigarillos (GARS)

  • Stress


  • Vomiting

  • Upper Tummy Pain

  • Abdominal Pain

  • Gas

  • Bloating

  • Full After Meals (Small Meals As Well)

  • Lost of Appetite

  • Burning Sensation in The Stomach

  • Heartburn

  • Weight Loss


  • Change Diet

  1. No Fast Food

  2. No Fried Foods or Greasy Foods

  3. No Acidic Foods / Drink (Cut Off Soda & Juices)

  4. No Caffeine

  • NO Alcohol

  • NO Smoking Cigarettes / Tobacco

  • NO over taking pain pills

  1. Aspirins

  2. Naproxen (Aleve)

  3. Ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin)

  • Managing Stress

What May Occur After A Hospital Visit

  • Pain Lasting Up To A Week

  • No Appetite

  • Not Being Able To Care For Yourself

  1. Help Showering

  2. Help Doing Hair/ Teeth/ Changing Clothing

  3. Help Fixing Food

  • A Mild Depression

  • Weight Loss (Due to not eating)

  • Bed Rest

Changes One May Needs To Consider

  • Eating Healthier

  1. Veggies

  2. Baked Foods