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... Stress can cause reflux, but diet is the worse culprit If you are in the middle of an episode you need to avoid all food triggers Chocolate Mint Fatty foods Spicy foods Tomato based foods Onions Citrus (4 replies)
... Ears and sinuses can be effected by acid reflux, also lungs if you inhale the reflux Natural methods to help are DGL licorice Slippery Elm Aloe vera Alkaline water (ph 8 ish) Chewing gum Gaviscon Advance can help (5 replies)
... Acid reflux reared its ugly head. After endoscopy I was told I had lots bile in my stomach and put on Omeprazole.I believe I suffer from acid AND bile reflux. ... (0 replies)

... day at the same time as the naprozyn as it was giving me heartburn. I started on 20mg but went up to 40mg because I was still getting the heartburn which is now acid reflux bringing me close to vomiting. ... (7 replies)
... Well, acid blockers weren't doing the trick for me. I had to start sleeping a bit elevated. ... (6 replies)
... It is known to be beneficial to sleep on the left side of your stomach than your right side. Sleeping on you left side is better for you not to experience acid reflux symptoms like heartburn. ... (3 replies)
... I first started experiencing acid reflux back in 2004. ... (10 replies)
... I have experienced the same symptoms. If you reflux whilst asleep it is easy to inhale it into the windpipe...sometimes all the way into the lungs. ... (1 replies)
... Lose weight, eat smaller meals, raise the head of your bed, don't drink alcohol, don't smoke, avoid stress, avoid spicy food and fatty food. ... (5 replies)
Gerd/acid reflux
Jul 14, 2015
... Thank you so much for writing back. Did you experience the same symptoms like I do? It's so bad it feels like I have a problem with my heart..but what makes the heart go out of whack? (2 replies)
Gerd/acid reflux
Jul 13, 2015
... I was going for meals and they were usually in the mid evening and would go to bed with a full stomach.The pain that I felt when woke in the early hours was excrutiating! ... (2 replies)
Reflux questions
May 20, 2014
... I have exactly those symptoms Apart from when crouched down gardening I only suffer in the night time hours This leads me to believe it is to do with the LES valve being weak and letting acid through To combat that it is ideal to use bed raisers to raise the head of the bed by 6"/8" I cannot do that so use a wedge pillow I never eat less than 3 preferably 4 hours before... (5 replies)
... Also raise the head of your bed up at least 4". ... (6 replies)
... The standard recommendations are to avoid the following: -Alcohol -Coffee and other caffeinated drinks -Chocolate -Citrus fruit-based juices -Tomato based sauces -Mint and mint-flavored foods/candies It's also recommended that you not eat anything for at least 3 hours before going to bed, raise the head of your bed 4"-6" and try to sleep on your left... (2 replies)
... you can raise the head of your bed by putting books or blocks under the posts or wheels. probably don't live in canada. maalox might be available were you are. ... (12 replies)
... Your reflux was brought on my stress. I began mine in January and am only now beginning to feel better. ... (34 replies)
... I have had alot of the same symtoms except the swallowing. I found taking gaviscon liquid before bed has helped me at night time, it coats your throat and puts a barrier to stop acid from coming up. I hope this may help alittle , I know how scarey it is to have. ... (38 replies)
... You might try sleeping with your body slightly elevated. You can get a wedge pillow or raise the head of your bed. ... (6 replies)
... You need to treat the causes of AR. Eat small meals, not fatty or spicy. Don't eat the last 5 hours before you go to bed. Eat food with grain and fiber to assure daily bowel movement -whenever possible. Avoid alcohol that relaxes the sphincter and allow stomach contents to flow back into the esophagus, and raise the pillow side of your bed about 3 inches higher to keep... (6 replies)
... Raise the head of your bed 6 inches so that gravity helps keep the acid from getting into your esophagus. ... (1 replies)

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