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The disorder known as acid reflux is avoidable disease. The condition known as heartburn also
called heartburn is a serious condition caused by the stomachs over production of acid that
travels up into the esophagus and throat this condition is also known as acid reflux. There may be
a medical reason that causes this. Usually though the condition known as heartburn is caused by
something you've done or something that you do habitually. Read on to find ways to prevent the
potential causes of this condition.
Is snacking late at night something you frequently do? Almost everyone has heard or read that
this should be avoided. You've probably been told by parents, doctors and magazine articles not
to eat your snacks too late at night. Most likely, you even heard this as a child. It so happens that
all these people were correct! Acid reflux attacks can in fact be caused by, or made worse by,
eating too close to bedtime.
The reason for this is that your stomach acid tends to shift to areas outside your stomach when
you lie down to go to sleep. Your body should have an hour or two to digest your food before you
go to sleep. You will feel better this way.
Is exercise a part of your regular routine? It is possible for certain strenuous activities too cause
an attack but not exercising leaves you more vulnerable to them. Not exercising causes your body
to become sluggish. When your body doesn't function to its full capability it can't process the acid
in your stomach properly which then leads to an acid reflux attack. This is why it is important to
get a little exercise every day. Even taking a brisk walk every day will help. (for better solution to
cure heartburn Go Here or check the following website page at http://acidreflux.siterubix.com).
If you bend over after eating a heavy meal, it is possible to induce an acid reflux attack. More acid
gets produced when the stomach is full so it can break down the food for fuel. The fuller your
stomach the more likely that the flap that keeps the food and acid in the stomach will flutter. This
flap can fail when you bend over which is what causes the acid to flow into your esophagus and
sometimes your mouth. So, after your meals, stay upright to avoid this cause of acid reflux. The
majority of the time you can easily avoid acid reflux. You simply need to reduce stress, eat right
and live a good lifestyle. You should discuss the major causes with your physician especially if
you think you may be suffering from acid reflux. Together you will figure out how best to change
your lifestyle so that you won't experience the attacks anymore (or at least cut down on them