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Tips And Tricks To Managing Acid Reflux

Acid reflux is a condition that can SynoGut Reviews affect people from a variety of backgrounds. It is caused when the sphincter of the esophagus is weakened and the stomach acid gets stronger. Without intervention, the condition can cause a deterioration of health. Here's some advice to decrease the chances of acid reflux.

Opt for lean meats and food that does not have a lot of fat in it. If you indulge in greasy foods, like French fries, you are more likely to suffer from acid reflux. Try tracking your food for a week and seeing what triggers your heartburn. Adjust your diet accordingly.

Keep a diet diary. Everyone is different, and which foods will trigger your acid reflux may not be the same as mine. Write down how you feel before, during and after each meal, and include a list of what you eat and drink all day. After a month, you should have a clearer picture of which foods cause you the most grief.

Do not drink when you are eating. Instead, drink during the times between meals. You can help keep your hunger at bay, for one thing. When you drink with your meals it can cause your stomach to feel fuller, causing more acid to reach your esophagus.

Foods rich in fat are not good for  you if you suffer from acid reflux. These foods can cause more acid to enter your esophagus. They can also cause weight gain, and acid reflux is more prevalent in overweight people. When you eat right and stay healthy, you can control acid reflux.

When you want to reach for a natural treatment for heartburn, consider licorice. You need to choose DGL licorice which doesn't contain glycyrrhizic acid and therefore will not cause hypertension. Chewable tablets are your best bet before meals, and they can be found affordably at natural food retailers and health supplement shops.

There are many over-the-counter medications you can take for acid reflux. They are called antacids and they work by stopping excess acid production. Just be aware that no one medication works for everyone. If you try one and it is not effective for you, keep trying others until you find the right one for you.

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