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Archives: 2009 January | Stop Acid Reflux Now

Is Acid Reflux Medication an Effective Reflux Treatment?

There are different medical treatments that acid reflux sufferers can try to help them prevent, overcome, and soothe their symptoms.  Some of these medicines may be prescribed by doctors, but many can be purchased over-the-counter (OTC) at your local pharmacy or drug store.  Although many acid reflux sufferers depend on these popular reflux treatments to […]

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What Can Stop the Chronic Acid Reflux Cough?

Chronic or semi permanent cough is a symptom of acid reflux, and is commonly experienced by many suffers.   However, many people don’t realize that a chronic cough can be caused by or exacerbated by acid reflux, leading a an acid reflux cough. 
How does acid reflux result in coughing?  When acid flows back up the esophagus, […]

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Is There a Treatment for Reflux That Will Cure Acid Reflux?

There are many factors that can cause Acid reflux/GERD symptoms. However, the triggers are not always the same for everyone who suffers from acid reflux or GERD. That being the case, by knowing the many causes and which of these causes affect you, you can then determine which treatment method – whether medical or natural […]

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Which Reflux Treatment Works Best as an Acid Reflux Cure?

Acid Reflux Cures: The most recommended courses of action to treat and prevent acid reflux/GERD symptoms are through non-medical reflux treatments such as adopting lifestyle changes.
Lifestyle changes include:
- Stopping smoking
- Avoiding alcohol and other foods that trigger acid reflux (refer to the trigger foods list)
- Improve eating habits:
*Eat frequent small meals instead of fewer large […]

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