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Tea for Gastritis | what causes gastritis

Some scoff at making dietary changes, but drinking tea for gastritis, a condition involving inflammation of the stomach lining, can be an easy way to find relief. Though gastritis requires proper care, research shows that diet and lifestyle changes may help control it and alleviate some symptoms.

Certain compounds in tea, called polyphenols and flavonoids, may be especially beneficial. Of course, always make sure to talk to your doctor before implementing any new dietary changes.

What Is Gastritis?
Your stomach is lined with a thick layer of mucus, called the mucosa or mucosal layer. This layer contains glands that produce pepsin, an enzyme that helps break down the proteins you eat, and stomach acid, which breaks down food in general. Normally, the mucus lining of your stomach provides a barrier that protects it from damage from the highly acidic digestive juices.

Gastritis is a general term that describes the inflammation of this stomach lining. With gastritis, not only does the mucosa become swollen and red, it also produces less pepsin, stomach acid and mucus. When production of mucus goes down, the mucosa becomes more susceptible to the damage that stomach acid can cause. This can lead to symptoms like pain in the upper abdomen, nausea and vomiting. Some forms of gastritis can also cause ulcers.

Gastritis is divided into two major categories: acute and chronic. Acute gastritis comes on suddenly and lasts for only a short period of time. Chronic gastritis is long-lasting. It can persist for years and even last a lifetime if left untreated. Acute gastritis affects around eight in 1,000 people, while chronic gastritis plagues two in every 10,000.