Maintain Regular Meal Times

Eating at regular intervals and avoiding skipping meals can help prevent acidity.

Chew Food Thoroughly

Chewing food thoroughly before swallowing can help improve digestion and prevent acidity.

Avoid Overeating

Eating large meals can increase the production of stomach acid and trigger acidity. Eating smaller, more frequent meals can help reduce symptoms.

Avoid Triggers

Certain foods and drinks, such as caffeine, alcohol, and spicy foods, can trigger acidity. Avoiding these triggers and eating a balanced diet can help reduce symptoms.

Practice Stress-Management Techniques

Stress can worsen symptoms of acidity. Incorporating stress-management techniques such as yoga, meditation, and deep breathing can help reduce symptoms.

Practice Good Posture

Maintaining a good posture while eating and sitting can help prevent acid reflux and reduce symptoms of acidity.

Avoid Lying Down After Eating

Lying down after eating can cause acid to flow back into the esophagus, triggering acidity. Waiting at least an hour after eating before lying down can help reduce symptoms.


By following these Ayurvedic lifestyle recommendations, you can improve your digestive health and reduce symptoms of acidity. However, if symptoms persist, it is recommended to seek the advice of a qualified healthcare professional.

– Written by Dr. Manju Prasad M K, B.A.M.S., M.D. (Ayurveda), for AyuRythm