Tips for dealing with acid reflux


Do you ever have a burning sensation in your chest or you seem to be coughing for no reason?

Maybe it keeps you up at night?

You may be experiencing acid reflux.

“What acid reflux is the symptoms caused when the acid from your stomach enter into the esophagus,” explained Dr. Thomas Sferra.

Some symptoms include:

  • A burning feeling in the chest
  • Hoarseness
  • Sore throat
  • An intermittent cough

Related Content: An Apple Watch told a 46-year-old man he had an irregular heartbeat. It was right.

There are some easy and natural remedies that may reduce, or eliminate, your acid reflux.

First, you’ll need to change up your eating habits.

“We know reflux is triggered from having food and a distended stomach, and so, if you overeat at night, you have a risk of reflux occurring,” Dr. Sferra said.

Next, you’ll want to adjust the types of foods you’re eating.

Dr. Sferra recommended eliminating:

  • Fatty meals
  • Carbonated beverages and drinks high in caffeine, like coffee
  • Chocolate

You also need to make sure you avoid nicotine all together and limit alcohol consumption.

After you evaluate what you’re putting in your body, it’s time to keep track of it.

Copyright 2019 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

Trending Stories

Don't Miss

More Don't Miss