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- Review of GERD
Heartburn, hiatal hernia, and gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)
Gastroesophogeal reflux disorder (GERD) or more commonly referred to as ‘acid reflux’ disease is a painful and common disorder
The most common symptom of GERD, heartburn, is estimated to affect 10 million adults in the United States on a daily basis.
The main cause of acid-reflux is inappropriate activity of the lower esophagael sphincter
Acid reflux symptoms are treated with antacids or H2-blockers while GERD is treated with proton pump inhibitors (ppis).
Losing weight, decreasing alcohol consumption, decreasing smoking, and proper nutrition can help to prevent acid-reflux.
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- Acid-Reflux in Infants 1
The sooner acid reflux in infants is found, the sooner you can bring some relief to your baby.
- Acid-Reflux in Infants 2
Acid reflux in infants is one of the most common ailments among newborns and small children.
- Acid Reflux in Babies
It is true that acid reflux is common in babies, as their muscle closing off the stomach from the esophagus is often not completely formed yet.
- Acid-Reflux Remedies
People are more and more turning to acid-reflux home remedies as an alternative to the classical medications of treatments.
- Acid-Reflux Disease
For the longest time I thought I might have acid reflux disease.
- Acid-Reflux Cure
Some acid reflux cures can be found in your own kitchen. Baking soda and water can ease the discomfort of heartburn
- Remedies to Soothe Nighttime Heartburn
Seven quick heartburn remedies will soothe your fiery stomach and help you get back to sleep!
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Nowadays, many people buy prescription drugs online. It is easy and pretty safe.
- Gastroesophageal Reflux Disorder (GERD)
Gastroesophogeal reflux disorder (GERD) or more commonly referred to as ‘acid reflux’ disease is a painful and common disorder in adults of all ages.
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