Marshmallow root, also known as Althea officinalis, is now considered as one of the best herbs for acid reflux. Besides, this medicinal herb is still used for improving digestion, smoothing hair, skin healing, relieving pain and inflammation of the mucous membranes of the respiratory tract, and more. However, don’t confuse it with the mallow (Malva sylvestris). Continue reading Eating Marshmallows for Acid Reflux
While some people think that apple cider vinegar (ACV), a type of vinegar made by the fermentation of apple cider, helps get rid of acid reflux, others insist that it makes this condition worse. So, does apple cider vinegar help with or worsen acid reflux disease? In fact, both views are right because the effect of this type of vinegar may vary with the individual. Even so, this is still one of the most popular natural remedies for acid reflux. As an added bonus, it has shown promise in helping a number of other diseases, such as diabetes, osteoporosis, cancer, heart problems, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, acne, overweight, and more. Continue reading Apple Cider Vinegar Natural Remedy For Acid Reflux
Heartburn, a painful burning sensation beneath xiphoid or sternum, is commonly found in GERD (Gastroesophageal reflux disease). In addition, it is also one of symptoms of other diseases like incomplete gastric outlet obstruction and peptic ulcer. When you are attacked by acid reflux, what you badly need is something that can provide a quick relief. Of course, OTC or prescription medicine is the most obvious approach. However, this is a fact that medicine may cause side effects too. If you don’t want the side effects, try these 15 natural, safe methods. Continue reading Quick Fix for Heartburn
Acid reflux, also known as gastroesophageal reflux, refers to a condition in which gastrointestinal content leaks up into the esophagus and then causes a burning sensation. It can cause damage to the gullet after a period of time. Although it is closely related to gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), they are not the entirely identical medical term. Many people take antacids to obtain temporary relief from this suffering. But if it is chronic, it may be related to the presence of other underlying diseases. And the common causes of acid reflux disease are many. Continue reading What can Cause Acid Reflux Symptoms?
GERD, namely gastroesophageal reflux disease, belongs to the category of gastrointestinal motility disease (GIMD) medically. To this day there are many problems concerning its pathogenesis still to be solved. As far as genetic factors are concerned, about 30 to 40% of acid reflux may be hereditary, according to many GERD authorities. And their main research results in recent years are as follows. Continue reading Is GERD Hereditary?
A recent study shows that many GERD patients suffering from acid reflux and heartburn may be accompanied with an allergic reaction, such as coughing, asthma, nasal congestion, and other respiratory symptoms. As a result, these patients were often given the allergy medicine, which somehow worsens the condition in the end. Continue reading GERD and Asthma