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Archives: 2007 February | Stop Acid Reflux Now

Does Losing Weight Help Acid Reflux?

Regular exercise is a must for everyone, regardless if they suffer from chronic acid reflux or not.  Exercise is what helps to keep our bodies strong and healthy.  Exercise is what also helps us lose those extra pounds; extra pounds that many researchers believe may be encouraging acid reflux.
Research has found that for those who […]

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A Balanced Approach to Exercise with Acid Reflux

Experiencing acid reflux and esophageal spasms is no picnic.  Anyone who has felt the scorch of heartburn does not look forward to its return.  To help control acid reflux and reduce the risk of heartburn, there are many natural techniques sufferers can try such as watching their diet, and managing their weight.  When it comes […]

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The Link Between Esophageal Spasms and Acid Reflux

Those who suffer from acid reflux and are looking for some acid reflux relief may experience more than complications other than bile reflux.  Some acid reflux sufferers experience spasms in their esophagus.  Your esophagus connects your throat to your stomach and is structured like a long tube.  A healthy esophagus moves food to the stomach […]

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Bile Reflux or Acid Reflux?

Although carbonated beverages cause acid reflux, this isn’t the only problem that some acid reflux sufferers are faced with.  Bile reflux is another uncomfortable backflow of fluid that often accompanies acid reflux.  However, instead of thrusting stomach acid back into the esophagus as is the case with acid reflux, bile reflux throws bile (a digested […]

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