Overcome Your Acid Reflux With a Simple and Effective Silent Reflux Diet

Overcome Your Acid Reflux With a Simple and Effective Silent Reflux Diet

Do you have that constant urge to clear your throat? Do you have difficulty swallowing or a feeling of a lump in your throat? Do you suffer from a persistent cough of unknown origins? These symptoms may seem common and unsuspicious, but they could be indications of a silent condition related to acid reflux.

More than half of silent reflux sufferers do not suffer from heartburn, nevertheless, even without that burning sensation in the chest, silent reflux can still be a real threat to your health. The good thing is, you can overcome your acid reflux with a simple and effective silent reflux diet.

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Find Out Whether You Need GERD Surgery – Pros and Cons

Find Out Whether You Need GERD Surgery – Pros and Cons

It happens one night. You wake up in the middle of the night with a choking feeling and burning chest pain. You thought it was the steak and potatoes you had that night, so you vowed to keep it light from then on. Then it happened again, and for the next few weeks you suffer from acid reflux, which eventually lasts for months.

You may think you have a simple case of acid reflux; however, it could be GERD or gastroesophageal reflux disease, which could be treated by GERD surgery.

If you’re like most people, you are probably asking yourself the following questions: What is GERD? How does it differ from acid reflux? What are the treatments available for this condition? Should you decide to go for a surgical procedure, and if so, what are the risks and benefits that come with it?

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Exercise-Induced Acid Reflux: 5 Reasons Something So Good Can Be So Bad

Exercise-Induced Acid Reflux: 5 Reasons Something So Good Can Be So Bad

Exercise is supposed to be good for you, but sometimes it can bring negative health effects. Exercise-induced acid reflux is one such effect.

Have you have experienced heartburn or a sharp pain in the chest during exercise? If yes, then there is a high chance that you were experiencing exercise-induced acid reflux. Many people experience it, but choose to ignore it. However, exercise induced acid reflux is something you should not ignore.

This article will walk you through the reasons why exercise induces acid reflux. It will also discuss the symptoms, how doctors diagnose it and the possible treatment options. Don’t miss the part about ways to avoid exercise-induced acid reflux at the end, too.

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Acid Reflux Relief: 9 Lasting Benefits of the Doing the DASH Diet

Acid Reflux Relief: 9 Lasting Benefits of the Doing the DASH Diet

On special occasions, or otherwise, you would certainly love treating your taste buds to a hearty and delicious meal, wouldn’t you? After all, how can you go through life without indulging yourself once in a while, right?

But at times, a burning feeling in your chest follows your meal. Although the sensation passes away after a couple of hours, the experience is annoying. You may begin to worry that the unpleasantness might strike again during your next meal.

And this nagging thought is frustrating.

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When It’s Not Acid Reflux: 16 Subtle Signs You Have Full Blown GERD

When It's Not Acid Reflux: 16 Subtle Signs You Have Full Blown GERD

It was your colleague’s birthday and she decided to throw a celebration in the office pantry. All it took was one bite of warm, gooey cheese pizza and your digestive system decided to revolt. Then there was a burning sensation in your chest and you knew that something is wrong. Does this scenario sound familiar to you?

There are more than 60 million Americans who suffer from this uncomfortable condition, also known as heartburn, at least once a month. On the other hand, there are those who experience this problem on a weekly or even daily basis, which could be gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD).

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