Symptoms, conditions and causes

What natural things can I do for gastroparesis?

Gastroparesis is a condition where your digestive system is very slow. You're not digesting and things are just not functioning. They're sluggish.That is really a problem with the vagus nerve that controls the digestive system. But if we take a look at what's behind that. The number one cause of the vagus nerve problem is a lack of B1 thiamine. Thiamine helps you make acetylcholine which is the main neurotransmitter for the vagus nerve. If you don't have enough B1, which is very common. You'll get symptoms like gastroparesis, constipation, a lack of hydrochloric acid. The majority of your hydrochloric acid is triggered by this B1. And if you don't know about it and you're deficient in B1 it leads to massive bad consequences to the entire digestive tract especially if you're not producing hydrochloric acid or you have incomplete digestion. Now, the question is how do you become deficient? Refined carbs, refined sugars, drinking too much coffee, tea, and there's many other reasons. B1 is probably the most important water soluble vitamin because it's just influences so many things, but definitely that's what you need. Just start taking some B1, find a natural version and watch what happens to your gastroparesis.

Last updated: Apr 15, 2024 15:37 PM