Category Archives for Acid Reflux Information

Infant Acid Reflux: What is it and How to Resolve it for My Baby?

What Is Infant Acid Reflux And How to Resolve it For My Baby? Introduction Since you are reading this, I’m assuming you have a newborn that has been spitting up during or shortly after eating. This article will explain the causes of Infant Acid Reflux, whether to be concerned, and what you should do to […]

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Foods You Should Avoid if You Have GERD and Why?

Foods You Should Avoid If You Have GERD And Why Introduction I’m assuming you are here because you suffer from acid reflux or GERD. It sucks, right? I’ve suffered from these ailments for years. Despite advice from doctors and other sufferers, I found little more than temporary relief. I’ll bet you have a similar experience. […]

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5 Helpful Tips to Enjoy GERD Free Travel

​5 Helpful Tips to Enjoy GERD Free Travel Introduction Maintaining control over one’s health while traveling is as important as planning the trip. By following these 5 tips to enjoy GERD free travel, most of these issues can be managed.For people suffering from GERD, travel can be very difficult because of additional stress, unusual foods, […]

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Why You Need to Stop Treating Your Heartburn Symptoms

Why You need to stop treating your heartburn symptoms Acid reflux medications have some very serious side effects: anemia, heart problems, hypertension, osteoporosis, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and possibly dementia. This article will discuss why you need to stop treating your heartburn symptoms and stop taking these medications. Acid reflux medication only treats the symptoms and […]

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How to Determine If You Have Hypochlorhydria

How to Determine If You Have Hypochlorhydria Introduction Excess Stomach Acid is Not the ProblemThe majority of people who are prescribed Proton Pump Inhibitors (PPI’s) or H-2 Blockers almost never have their stomach acidity levels tested. Contrary to what the TV commercials and common sense tell us, incidences of exces stomach acid levels are nearly […]

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Everything You Need to Know About Heartburn, Acid Reflux, and GERD

Everything You Need to Know About Heartburn, Acid Reflux, and GERD Introduction More than 60 million people in the US suffer from Heartburn, Acid Reflux, and GERD at least once per month, many experiencing it daily. Over half of pregnant women experience Acid Reflux regularly during the last trimester.Acid Reflux is one of the most […]

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A Weak LES is One of the Main Causes of GERD

A Weak LES is One of the Main Causes of GERD Introduction A Weak LES is one of the main Causes of GERD. The Lower Esophageal Sphincter (LES) is a muscular valve whose main purpose is to allow food and drink into the stomach and not allow anything other than gas or vomit out. If it […]

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