Acid indigestion is a problem that affects most people from time to time, but when it occurs on a regular basis, it is usually classified as acid reflux or GERD.
Most of us will experience some burping or regurgitation after a big meal, and most people would classify that as heartburn. In most cases, heartburn and mild acid indigestion is nothing more than a hassle, while acid reflux or gastro esophageal reflux disease (GERD) has far more serious repercussions. Continue reading
If you haven’t suffered with it, chances are someone close to you has experienced Acid Reflux GERD. Frequently known as heartburn, this is a condition in which the acid in the stomach backs up into the esophagus.
This can cause temporary discomfort, easily relieved for some all the way up to extreme pain and can cause esophagitis (damage to the throat). So, how do you know if this is what you are suffering with, and what can you do to relieve symptoms of acid reflux GERD? Continue reading
Today there are many people who are dealing with acid reflux problems. If you are one of them, no doubt you’d like to find some relief. While there are medications available, many people are not thrilled with the idea of taking medications on a regular basis for their acid reflux problems, especially with all the dangerous side effects that often come with prescription medications.
If you are looking for ways of treating acid reflux naturally, here are a few excellent natural remedies that can provide you with some relief. Continue reading