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Archives: 2009 April | Stop Acid Reflux Now

Is Acid Reflux And Heartburn Signs of Something Other Than GERD?

If you are prone to acid reflux or have Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), you may be aware of all the symptoms you can experience.  GERD is a disease that is caused by frequent or chronic acid reflux with the most common symptom being heartburn.  However, there are many other symptoms associated with acid reflux/GERD, and […]

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Comprehensive List Of Natural Remedies for Acid Reflux

If you suffer from acid reflux did you know that there are many natural remedies for acid reflux you can try to help eliminate and prevent symptoms?  Natural remedies can be an excellent alternative or compliment to medications.   What’s more they can often be worked into your diet.
The following is a list of natural acid […]

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Are There Acid Reflux Cures That Allow No Diet Restrictions?

Before you can determine whether or not the acid reflux cures have worked and you reintroduce the foods you love back in your diet, you need to first eliminate all foods and beverages that are known to increase the risk of acid reflux.  As a reminder, the following is a brief list of the foods […]

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What Causes The Lower Esophageal Sphincter To Fail?

Why is the LES so important?  The lower esophageal sphincter is a tight muscle located at the end of the esophagus. The function of the LES is to relax only when food passes into the stomach from the esophagus.  Any other time, this muscle should be tight and closed to ensure that food contents and […]

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