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Archives: 2006 December | Stop Acid Reflux Now

How Your Posture Is Affecting Your Acid Reflux

Although there are many types of antacids and other medications you can take to help relieve symptoms of acid reflux, did you also know that the right posture can have a positive impact on the way you digest food, thus preventing acid reflux from occurring?
That’s right, the postures you adopt while you ingest food and […]

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Are Painkillers Making Your Acid Reflux Worse?

Regardless if you suffer from occasional acid reflux, GERD or Barrett’s Oesophagus, did you know that taking certain common painkillers can actually cause or make acid reflux worse?
Acid reflux that results from medication, whether it is over-the-counter (OTC) or prescription drugs, is often called acid drug reflux.  The frequent and prolonged use of certain drugs […]

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Barretts Oesophagus and the Risk of Cancer

Those who have frequent heartburn can develop gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) which is the chronic regurgitation of stomach acid into the lower esophagus.  Furthermore, those who feel long-term affects of GERD are at a greater risk of developing another condition known as Barrett’s esophagus.  Barrett’s oesophagus occurs when the color and composition of the cells […]

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Acid Reflux vs Non-Acid Reflux

Have you ever experienced a burning sensation in your chest, almost as if your heart is on fire?  Have you ever felt a burning sensation in your throat followed by a foul taste in your mouth?  If you have, then what you’ve experienced is acid reflux, commonly referred to as heartburn. 
Acid reflux is a common […]

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