Articles for tag: Acid Reflux Disease, Reflux Disease

Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Acid Reflux Disease

Bloating, nausea, stomach pains, a general feeling of disgust. Generally, they’re symptoms of overeating, something most people feel after a hearty Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner. But for me, the feeling rarely ever left. I was diagnosed with Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Acid Reflux Disease during my second year of college. I always felt disgusting. I ...

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All About Acid Reflux

Definition of Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) When digestion is functioning normally, food travels down the esophagus to the stomach, and the lower esophageal sphincter muscle at the base of the esophagus closes like a valve. When this muscle does not close properly or opens spontaneously, the stomach acid can leak back up into the esophagus. ...

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Acid Reflux: Prevention and Treatment

It creeps into one’s chest when he or she least expects it – an excruciating, pinching sensation. It follows large, greasy meals and stressful situations. Unlike the familiar bout of indigestion that calms after taking an antacid, this heartburn continues after two days despite diet changes and mild medications. What is the name of this ...

Top Eleven Ways to Avoid Acid Reflux

Gastroesophageal reflux disease occurs when acidic stomach contents reflux to the esophagus and destroys the esophageal lining. The most common cause of this disease is attributed to a person’s lifestyle and eating habits. It is not surprising that a little modification in both areas contribute greatly to the prevention and improvement of the condition. Basically ...

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Great Books About Acid Reflux Disease

The books out there for acid reflux disease total perhaps hundreds of them. But there are some that are especially good. In my article here, I am going to point out some of the books I think you should have in your library on this digestive issue. Good Food for Bad Stomachs is a nice ...