Any part of the gastro-intestinal tract can be affected by NWS, and this includes the stomach.  You may believe that your indigestion is caused by the food you are eating, and if it happens only after a particularly fat-rich meal, this may be so.

If you experience indigestion without any reason, you should let your doctor know.  In the meantime, you can begin Resolution Magic.  Remember – if it does no good, it will do no harm, and you may find that you don’t need that appointment after all.

If you suffer from daily indigestion, indigestion with an empty stomach, or indigestion after food which is normally fine for you, you could be suffering from neurological wave activity, firing off electricity into your stomach.  This is especially likely if you have experienced other NWS symptoms of varying types in the past.

Your stomach may be producing too much acid because this is the reaction of the stomach when it receives a strong electrical signal from the nerves. You will probably want to ‘comfort’ your stomach when this happens, by snacking.

You may have thought that your stomach has to be fed every four hours.  This belief began when food became more plentiful.  You might wonder why we don’t have to get up in the night for a couple of meals!

The fact is, most people worked on the land before the industrial revolution, and had only one hearty meal as a reward at the end of a hard day’s work.  It is true that we can eat every four hours, but we don’t have to, and we don’t have to eat a lot!

The stomach can remain ‘asleep’ for long periods of time, and this is such an advantage when you are trying to eat less.  One of the exercises on the weight-control CD/MP3 download, (A New You) encourages the stomach to remain asleep until your food is placed right in front of you.

See also, dietary intolerances


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disclaimer: results may vary. Please consult your GP – Resolution Magic can work along-side regular medicine.

Disclaimer: The book does not, and cannot, provide individual medical advice, but rather is for general informational purposes only. My advice is not intended to be a substitute for individualized medical advice, diagnosis or treatment by a qualified professional who is aware of your medical history and has had an opportunity to examine you.