Sunday, March 1, 2009

Acid Reflux Sore Throat

Acid Reflux Sore Throat

Can you get an acid reflux sore throat? The simple answer
is yes, and here is how it happens.

Acid reflux refers to the condition in which the partially
digested food containing digestive juices travels back into
the esophagus from the stomach.

Acid In The Esophagus

The stomach contents that moves back to the esophagus contains
digestive acids since they have undergone digestion in the
stomach where digestive liquids are released to bring about

Inflammation Develops

Because of the acidic nature of the refluxed materials,
inflammation develops in the lining of the throat; thus a sore
throat is one of the most common symptoms of this condition.

So as you can see, it is important to stop the acid reflux problem
as soon as possible so that the throat irritation and inflammation
do not continue.

Next, discover how to stop Acid Reflux in a short time, with some
simple diet and life style changes. Click here

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