Take that awful feeling you get when you eat something greasy. The pain of it shoots through your chest and down into your throat. Your mind immediately jumps to the time you ate a piece of greasy pizza, and you know the burning it triggered will soon set in.
Acid reflux is a common condition that affects many people. Most people who have acid reflux experience it only occasionally and don’t even realize it’s happening. The condition causes your stomach’s acids to bubble up into your esophagus and throat, which is why it’s referred to as gastroesophageal reflux (GER). but if you experience it on a constant basis, (two days or more per week), that’s when it’s diagnosed as gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD).
Those powerful stomach acids are essential for the digestive process. These acids help break down the food you eat, starting your digestion. The problem arises when those acids don’t stay where they should, It occurs when people sleep on their back or when they eat a heavy meal.
If you’re not sure what you’re dealing with, you’re not alone. Acid reflux is one of the most common digestive disorders and it can have many different symptoms. In this article, we will cover the most common ones.
On the last page, we’ll share with you the best technique that will help you avoid acid reflux. Read more on the next page…