Acid Reflux - An Overview
If you are one of the many sufferers of acid reflux disease, then you know
what its like to feel your throat burn, and taste that god awful taste in the
back of your mouth.
Heartburn is by far the most common symptom of acid reflux disease and if a
doctor suspects your heartburn is cause by acid reflux disease he or she will
prescribe you with a medicine that stops the production of acid in your
stomach. Whatever the cause of acid reflux disease, what is constant about it,
is the fact that it is a chronic disease.
If you are suffering more than twice a week you may have acid reflux disease -
also known as GERD.
GERD (Gastroesophageal reflux disease ) is an illness where the liquefied
contents of the sufferers stomach backs up into their esophagus. Under normal
conditions, when you eat and drink, the muscle at the bottom of your esophagus
closes off so food and liquids will remain in your stomach. This muscle is the
lower esophageal sphincter (LES).
If you are diagnosed with Acid Reflux disease, there are a number of treatment
options available to you, such as making changes to your diet, reducing
stress, and taking over the counter antacids.
Ultimately, there is little connection between ulcers and acid reflux other
than the fact that they both have to do with stomach acid.
The present website provides you with information, tips and trends about acid
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