Some strategies how to manage Ulcer
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Some dietary changes may help to complement medical treatment for ulcers, such as avoiding spicy foods like black pepper or chilies. These foods won’t cause an ulcer, but they may aggravate them and make them worse. If you find a particular food upsets your ulcer, you should avoid it.
Changing the way you eat may help to reduce ulcer symptoms. For example, avoid late night snacks that may trigger nocturnal acid secretion. Eating regular meals may also help reduce the production of stomach acid. Because caffeine can increase the production of stomach acid, moderate your intake of caffeinated beverages (coffee, tea, cola drinks) and de-caffeinated coffee, and drink them with meals.