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  • ==== ====For Great Natural Way to be Totally Healthy, Check this out:www.healthy-inside-out.com==== ====Have you ever experienced a burning sensation in your chest, almost as if your heart is on fire?Have you ever felt a burning sensation in your throat followed by a foul taste in your mouth? If youhave, then what youve experienced is acid reflux, commonly referred to as heartburn.Acid reflux is a common condition that almost everyone experiences at least once during theirlifetime. During digestion the stomach produces enzymes and acid to digest food. When themixture of stomach acid and enzymes are refluxed into the oesophagus more frequently than theyshould, or for an extended period of time, acid reflux occurs. The most common symptom of acidreflux is a burning sensation behind the breast cavity.A number of factors can contribute to acid reflux including:o Being overweight - excess pounds put pressure on your abdomen and can push your stomachup causing acid to reflux into the oesophaguso Overeating - Eating too much food can slow digestion.o Posture and tight clothing - Sitting hunched over while eating or wearing constricting clothingaround your waist puts pressure on your stomacho Foods - many types of food trigger heartburn including: caffeine, fired or fatty foods, salty food,chocolate, excessive alcohol, garlic, peppermint, oniono Smoking - nicotine aggravates the stomach and oesophagus and inhibits saliva production.o NSAIDs - Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) such as aspirin and ibuprofen canaggravate the stomach.Antacids and acid-suppressing medicines can help relieve and prevent acid reflux from occurring.There are many types of these drugs available for over-the-counter (OTC) purchase such as theantacids Rolaids and Pepto-Bismol, and acid-suppressers such as Pepcid AC.Nevertheless, in rare cases, despite the medications an acid reflux sufferer is given to treat theirsymptoms, they continue to experience symptoms. Many medical researchers are beginning tobelieve that the ineffectiveness of the treatment may be due to the fact that those who are beingtreated for acid reflux are actually suffering from agents within the oesphagus that are not relatedto stomach acid. This condition is known as non-acid reflux.What is non-acid reflux?
  • Non-acid reflux is when other potentially harmful agents (not stomach acid) are refluxed into theoesophagus such as bile. It has been discovered that non-acid reflux is defined as a reflux thathas a greater pH level than 4. Unfortunately, not much is known about non-acid reflux, itssymptoms, or the affects it has on the oesophagus.It has been found that most cases of non-acid reflux occur after mealtime when the contents of thestomach are being neutralized, and the condition is more present in children than adults.Medical researchers are still trying to figure out the exact cause of non-acid reflux. Currently newtechnology is being used that can accurately determine the presence of acid or non-acid in theoesophagus by measuring the Ph level.If you believe you are suffering from acid reflux, but you find that OTC antacids are not relievingyour symptoms, it is a good idea to seek the advice of your doctor. It is important for you to knowwhat type of reflux you are experiencing so you can properly treat your condition. The reason is ifyou are suffering from non-acid reflux, taking an antacid will not cure your symptoms because thisdrug has been designed to neutralize acid - acid which would not be present in the case of non-acid reflux.In addition, if you suffer from frequent episodes of acid reflux, you should still consult your doctor.It may be possible that your common condition has developed into a chronic disease known asgastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD).Grab your copy of Kathryn Whittakers free newsletter overflowing with proven methods fortackling Acid Reflux, Heartburn and GERD head-on at http://www.naturally-stop-acid-reflux.com.In the newsletter youll also find more about the different kinds of home remedy for acid refluxoptions that are available and information on the cause of heartburn.Article Source:http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Kathryn_Whittaker==== ====For Great Natural Way to be Totally Healthy, Check this out:www.healthy-inside-out.com
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