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Acid reflux/heartburn/indigestion
Topic Started: Feb 22 2007, 05:33 PM (189 Views)
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Acid Reflux (as-id Re-fl-ucks)
This is the more technical name (yet less technical then Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease or GERD) for heart burn or indigestion. It is the feeling of burning pain in your stomach(sometime mistaken for hunger) or chest. Sometimes it is managable with just antacids and limiting foods that are highly acidic namely trans fat or any fat(as in chocolate causing trouble when really it's the fat content) or tomato products. As well as cutting back on spicy foods. It also can cause insomnia because as you lay down the acid seeps into your chest area. If you continue to have trouble see a doctor because you may be having heart attacks and just want to say it's heartburn or you may have a bacterial infection, either way uncontrolled acid reflux can lead to other things including something with a sciency name I forgot but nicknamed Acid asthma as that is essentially what it is. Losing wheight and eating high fiber diets are also good for relief.
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