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Settling your stomach

Settling your stomach

Indigestion, or dyspepsia (sometimes called functional dyspepsia) is a pain or uncomfortable feeling in the upper-middle part of your abdomen. You might feel too full after eating or unable to finish a meal because you feel full. You may also experience pain or burning in the upper region of your stomach. Some people also experience nausea or heartburn as well.
Stomach Burning After Eating? Here's What May Be Causing It

Stomach Burning After Eating? Here's What May Be Causing It

From flavourful vindaloo to fiery pasta arrabiata, so many of us love our spicy foods. But stomach discomfort and heartburn? Not so much. Find out why you may be experiencing stomach aches or acid reflux after spicy food, plus some tips to help minimise any pain and discomfort.
Relieving Indigestion

Relieving Indigestion

Indigestion is a common problem in Australia, affecting around 10% of the population. Let’s take a look at what indigestion is and how you can manage it with and without medications.