Archive for September, 2008

Constant Heartburn – What Are It’s Implications

Posted by Guest on September 28th, 2008 under Acid Reflux Symptoms
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Heartburn is a result of acid from the stomach reaching the esophagus. There are many causes of heartburn and some can be prevented just by managing meals well or wearing the right kind of clothing. Constant heartburn is a cause for concern because this may be a symptom of something more serious or may result […]

Hoodia Gordonii Diet

Posted by Guest on September 24th, 2008 under Acid Reflux Diet
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Obesity has become a major health issue. Before weight gain was just a problem for the figure conscious. Nowadays it has affected men and women of all ages with no known solution. The diet trends offer no answer, just clog up the net with pop-ups and fill junk mails with spam. Fortunately there is a […]

Acid Reflux Diet – An Easier Solution To Acid Reflux Disease

Posted by Susan on September 16th, 2008 under Acid Reflux Diet
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There are so many different ways to treat acid reflux disease from medication, to throat examination, to surgery.  However, many people are reluctant to take measures as drastic as these to treat acid reflux disease. There is a simpler way to handle the disease that does not involve medication or surgery.  Making easy lifestyle changes […]

What are the Symptoms of Acid Reflux?

Posted by Susan on September 12th, 2008 under Acid Reflux Symptoms
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Acid reflux, or heartburn, is a common condition that nearly all of us will experience at one time or another. For most, this infrequent occurrence will be easily treated with over the counter antacids, and no other concern or investigation will be necessary. However, if you begin to suffer from frequent heartburn symptoms that occur […]

A Guide to Treating Acid Reflux

Posted by Susan on September 8th, 2008 under Acid Reflux Treatment
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Acid reflux occurs when there is a backflow of stomach acid into the esophagus. It generally occurs because the lower esophageal sphincter relaxes too much, allowing the stomach juices to be able to make their way back up into the esophagus. Anyone can suffer from acid reflux, even infants, and so it is really an […]