More Posts About: acid reflux

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For many, the holiday season is a time when we allow ourselves to indulge. Extra helpings of every meal, combined with rich, sugar-filled desserts, are a staple of the holiday season. The days leading up to New Years are a time of festive celebrations, and yes, plenty of overeating. It’s perfectly okay to indulge every […]
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As we near the end of October, we begin to enter the typical American holiday season. Halloween, Thanksgiving and all of the end of the year holidays are a time when people celebrate together, often with over-rich and indulgent foods. We don’t advocate missing out – most indulgences are fine in moderation, along with regular […]
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Can you believe it’s that time of year again? The end of November kicks off a holiday season full of opportunities for parties that celebrate friends, family and yes, food. Even with all of the festive cheer and good will, the holidays are notorious for food-related illnesses that can appear in otherwise healthy individuals – […]
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Most people are familiar with acid reflux and have a good idea what the usual symptoms are – upper stomach pain, dysphasia (difficulty swallowing), frequent belching, feeling bloated, hiccups, and nausea are all very common. However, sometimes the symptoms of acid reflux (also known as GERD) can be more subtle than those we hear about […]
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Acid Reflux is a disorder in which a variety of commonly experienced symptoms can add up and result in having the condition itself. Symptoms such as heartburn, bloating, belching, regurgitation, constant hiccups, dysphasia (sensation of food stuck in the throat), and nausea are all standard experiences for those suffering from acid reflux, or GERD. [...]
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The top 5 digestive diseases are: IBS: IBS, or Irritable Bowel Syndrome, is a gastrointestinal disorder that is technically a grouping of symptoms put together. It is diagnosed when an individual experiences symptoms such as abdominal pain, constipation, gas, bloating, and/or diarrhea that is recurring, often several times per month. Studies estimate [...]
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Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) – known simply as acid reflux – is a condition in which the contents of the stomach regurgitate into the esophagus. Often times, these stomach contents can include bile and acid which can inflame and damage the lining of the esophagus. Over time, complications resulting from acid reflux can include ulcers, [...]