Those with GERD deal with those uncomfortable symptoms year round. Unfortunately, the holidays present an even bigger challenge as we want to enjoy lots of comfort foods, and it can be easy to forget what to avoid. If you suffer from gastroesophageal reflux disease, here are some ideas how to manage it through the holidays. » Read more about: How To Manage GERD Through The Holidays »
If you are one of the millions who suffer from gastro esophageal reflux disease (GERD), you have most likely have tried many of the recommended meds and dietary restrictions to reduce those nasty symptoms. If making those changes hasn’t really helped much, it might be time to look at the connection between posture and GERD. » Read more about: The Connection Between Posture And GERD »
If you have ever awakened with the bitter taste of bile in your mouth, you are quite familiar with the horrible symptoms of acid reflux and GERD. If it happens only infrequently, then you probably ignore it, but when it occurs several times a week, keeping your control over acid reflux and GERD should be a priority. » Read more about: Keeping Your Control Over Acid Reflux and GERD »
Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) is a condition that many Americans live with every day.
That burning in your chest and bitter taste of stomach acid regurgitated back into your mouth can be a rather unpleasant end to an otherwise delightful dinner. » Read more about: 6 Conditions That Increase Your Risk of Developing GERD »
If you frequently suffer from acid reflux, you already know all about the uncomfortable pains and burning sensations in your chest that come with this common condition. These symptoms normally occur when you consume something that you know will bring them on, yet you proceed to scarf down that delicious food, deciding you will deal with the consequences later. » Read more about: How Exercising Can Relieve Your Acid Reflux »
Gastroesophageal reflux disease, abbreviated as GERD, is a common condition that involves stomach acid frequently flowing up into the esophagus. GERD can also cause other related conditions, such as Barrett’s esophagus, which is a condition that results in healthy esophageal tissue to become damaged to the point where it more closely resembles tissue of the intestine. » Read more about: How is GERD Related to Esophageal Cancer? »