What Are Acid Reflux Allergies?


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What Are Acid Reflux Allergies?

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  2. 2. What Are Acid Reflux Allergies? Some people develop acid reflux allergies due to a reaction that the stomach has to certain foods in the person's diet. Acid reflux allergies are triggered by the unfortunate reaction to something that you might have eaten. This does not necessarily mean, though, that acid reflux or gastroesophageal reflux disease is caused by allergies to foods. Only a few people may actually have food allergies that can trigger acid reflux allergies.
  3. 3. Acid Reflux Back Up To The Esophagus Acid reflux is the condition where some stomach acids or stomach contents back up into the esophagus causing heartburn and other uncomfortable symptoms. Frequent occurrences of acid reflux can mean that there is something wrong with your esophageal sphincter or other tissues near this area. Some foods can trigger severe cases of heartburn or acid reflux resulting to the person taking medication to ease the discomfort and the pain.
  4. 4. Foods That TriggerAcid Reflux Allergies We may have some notion that allergies usually manifest themselves through skin eruptions and hay fever symptoms. Actually, there are also some allergic reactions that can be triggered in the stomach which makes the stomach roil to an extent that gastroesophageal reflux disease manifests itself.
  5. 5. Allergies Against Certain Foods Acid reflux allergies against certain foods may not be easy to diagnose because people may not expect the allergic reaction to occur in the stomach. Acid reflux allergies can actually be as easy to detect in simple blood testing against certain foods that can be triggers for an allergic reaction.
  6. 6. Cow's Milk Cow's milk is one of the factors that can cause acid reflux allergies. Lactose intolerance can trigger heartburn symptoms on those who suffer from lactose intolerance. The reaction of the stomach and the body to cow's milk can easily trigger a host of reactions, one of which is acid reflux allergies, in a person. The stomach may react by inducing the vomit reflex which in turn can be easily controlled but can also cause the esophagus to be burned by the stomach acids or stomach contents.
  7. 7. Fruits With A Citrus Base Other foods that may cause acid reflux allergies or just plain old acid reflux in a person include fruits with a citrus base, chocolate, most dairy products and foods that are deep fried or too oily. Learning what foods can cause your acid reflux allergies will help you immensely in managing and dealing with this condition. Although, there is little difference between plain acid reflux and acid reflux allergies, other than the triggers, knowing what causes it is a step in the right direction.
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