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If you have bad habits of drinking alcohol too much a day or smoking (cigarette smoking), you need to leave these habits.
Doctors also often say that some pain relievers can increase the risk of reoccurring ulcer. So if you are taking any pain reliever regularly, make sure it doesn’t affect your ulcer!
Some studies found that smoking may affect the performance of the lining that protects the stomach and small intestine against the acid. Furthermore, cigarette smoking may provoke the over production of the acid.
And for alcohol, it can be potential to irritate the lining of intestines and stomach, especially if you drink it excessively!
Uncontrolled stress may also have a role to provoke the symptoms! So, it’s important for all patients to manage their stress level as well during and after the treatment.
Some people say that avoiding spicy foods may help. Although this opinion is still debatable but many doctors agree with this!
Moreover, full your diet with a lot of healthy foods, fiber, and other goodies high in nutrients that can help your digestive system work better! Also, drink plenty of water a day to keep hydrated, because water is essential component to support your digestive system so it keeps functioning optimally!