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Archives: 2006 October | Stop Acid Reflux Now

Acid Reflux Links With IBS

Acid reflux, or gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), is an unpleasant condition in and of itself, as you know. Now imagine being afflicted with that AND irritable bowel syndrome — being sick at both ends, as it were.
It seems too cruel even for a capricious being like Mother Nature, but it’s true. Many people find themselves […]

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Acid Reflux and the Risk of Ulcers

You probably spend more time thinking about your stomach — what to feed it, when to feed it, how to keep it from sticking out so much — than any other organ. A minor problem with another part of your body might go unnoticed, but when there’s something wrong with your stomach, you know it […]

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What Not To Eat for Acid Reflux

Perhaps you have been taking far too many antacids these days and you are wondering if there is possibly an alternative to popping the fat little white pills to solve your heartburn problem. Indeed, there is a much more sensible solution to acid reflux/heartburn, and it all starts with what you eat.
People are not born […]

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Coughing Linked to GERD

Many people who suffer from a persistent cough contribute it to chest ailments due to smoking, obesity, or a leftover cold. Yet recent studies show that many of these people may have acid reflux/heartburn or GERD (gastroesophogal reflux disease). But how do you know if you have this sort of ailment, or if it is […]

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Hiatal Hernias and Acid Reflux

A hernia is caused when the muscle that holds an internal organ in place relaxes, allowing for movement of that organ, which can cause a multitude of problems, and in some cases, and inordinate amount of pain. The hiatal hernia, simply put, occurs when the stomach slides from the abdominal cavity partially into the chest […]

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