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... Seems to be the best I can do without causing GERD symptoms. I can occasionally do short bursts of sprints, fast running, etc. but not really anything consistently. ... (2 replies)
... This definitely sounds counterintuitive. Most people when experiencing pain or uncomforted want to rest. BUT, rest with GERD is a double edged sword. ... (9 replies)
... This definitely sounds counterintuitive. Most people when experiencing pain or uncomforted want to rest. BUT, rest with GERD is a double edged sword. ... (9 replies)

Symptoms for GERD
Jan 10, 2010
... I am 22 and was diagnosed with GERD about two years ago. ... (1 replies)
... Hi All I am new here and just looking for a little peace of mind through your experiences. I have had Gerd for about 10 years now I am 54. Over the past 5 years it has gotten considerably worse with new symptom's that go beyond the up flow of acid. ... (5 replies)
GERD, dance?
May 5, 2011
... et heart rate and sustain that range so to get that i have to do intense excersize. The best one for cardio is running but i can't do that since id feel sick but walking is not enough that's what my doctor said. So i do fast walking regularly also dancing since i love dancing. ... (2 replies)
... Interesting. I have dealt with PVC's and PACs for years! I always attribute them to my hormone fluctuation, but do notice I get them more when I am overly full or have just eaten and then laid down. I have read there is a connection for PVCs and the Vagus nerve, which can also be irritated when you are overly full or have GERD. I don't know if I have GERD, but as I posted... (1 replies)
... Thank you I just now saw this reply, I was off board a while. After three months following that weird breathing episode the major gerd subsided. I am off Prilosec since Jan. 2017. I did raise head of bed and continue to sleep that way. Totally helps. ... (5 replies)
... I was having trouble not passing out with sweats and rapid heartbeat. I was contemplating just leaving my car in the midst of the mess and walking down the shoulder of the highway. I felt badly having to deal with gerd when others had some minor accident related injuries! ... (0 replies)
... I've read through several posts on here and everyone is very helpful. It's nice to know I'm not alone with all these GERD problems! ... (6 replies)
... what's really bothering me so much is that my mid back starts to ache and hurt badly after walking a distance or after physical activity and it's put a real damper on my lifestyle. ... (7 replies)
Breathing and GERD
Nov 21, 2005
... appeared again. This time it has lasted for the past week off and on. It doesn't seem to have any rhyme or reason. It just comes and goes, especially when I'm up walking around or active...although, it does occur on occasion when sitting down. ... (5 replies)
... Does anybody else experience this, Does physical activity, make your Gerd better or worse? ... (3 replies)
... I have kept the GERD at a manageable place. Good luck to you. ... (6 replies)
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... Hi Robyn.... I have had GERD for a long time now (at least 10 years), and I've had the Nissen fundoplication surgery 3 years ago. I don't get the typical heartburn symptoms anymore (burning throat and chest), but I do still have a hard time swallowing. I also have been experiencing the symptoms you discussed -- tachycardia, heart skipping beats, and this always happens... (11 replies)
... You will be much lower because you don't have it. Walking outside is more of a risk. ... (7 replies)
... calories a day. I've lost 15 pounds thinking the GERD would get better. ... (4 replies)
... I do have GERD and Hiatal Hernia and stopped PPIs about a year ago. I don't feel like I have much acid reflux like I used too and tried to stay away from the meds. ... (0 replies)
Straining and gerd
May 30, 2012
... Pressure on the stomach can certainly exacerbate GERD and reflux symptoms. This is why the doctors tell you to lose weight, not to bend over or engage in too much exercise after eating, etc. ... (5 replies)


Associated Tags: acid reflux, gerd, gerd - physical issues, lpr (laryngopharyngeal reflux), shortness of breath

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