Photo: vm2002 (Shutterstock) Sometimes, it just happens. You’re eating something delicious—maybe something you don’t get very often—and even though both your brain and stomach know that they’re full, you sneak in a few more bites. And then maybe dessert. Regardless of whether you’re cooking a big holiday meal or ordering takeout from your favorite local spot, there’s at least a chance that you might eat a little more than you can comfortably hold today. If that happens, you may deal with a bout of indigestion. Here are a few ways to help calm your innards when you feel like you might explode. What is indigestion? If you did not grow up in an era when Alka-Seltzer commercials were constantly on TV talking about the condition, here’s what to know about indigestion. Also known as “dyspepsia” or simply an upset stomach, “indigestion” is the term for a bunch of different digestive-related symptoms , including uncomfortable fullness, bloating, burning in the upper abdomen and nausea. Indigestion can happen for a variety of reasons other than eating too much in one sitting. Some of those are potentially serious health issues, so if you’re experiencing these symptoms a lot, it might be time to chat with a doctor. But for today, the focus is on feeling human again after a large meal. How to deal with indigestion A lot of people have their own favorite remedy for indigestion, so it might take some trial-and-error before figuring out which works best for you. Here […]