Friday, July 27, 2012

Asthma Acid Reflux

Asthma Acid Reflux

If you experience heartburn and acid reflux more than twice
a week, with the stomach acids going up into the throat, and
you are experiencing asthma, they could be related.

 This is one of the symptoms of asthma related to acid reflux.

There has not been any conclusive studies that I have found,
but most doctors find that reflux worsens asthma.

How To Stop Asthma Acid Reflux

This situation gets worse over time if you don't get on
an reflux diet. The reason is the stomach acids go
up the throat in reflux and also affect the lungs.

Research has found that putting acid into an asthmatic's
throat, worsens the asthma.

As mentioned, the answer is a reflux diet to get to
the bottom of the whole problem.

There are certain foods that you need to avoid. Also do
not go to a flat position until two and a half or three
hours after eating.

Read more here

Friday, July 20, 2012

Chronic Acid Reflux

Chronic Acid Reflux

People diagnosed with chronic acid reflux are often are given a list of foods to avoid. Acid reflux or the GERD is a condition wherein stomach acids go back into the esophagus because of the improper functioning of the lower esophageal sphincter. If this condition is not treated, it will only get worse which can cause serious complications.

chronic acid reflux
Chronic Acid Reflux Sufferer Can Be Someone You Know

How much of a health problem can develop?

You can effectively tell if you have reflux if you experience symptoms like sour taste, burning sensation in the chest or upper abdomen and your throat's back, excessive belching, breathing difficulties, tightness of throat, difficulty in swallowing food, and bad breath.

Some additional health issues that can develop:

" GERD may damage the lining of the esophagus, thereby causing inflammation (esophagitis), although usually it does not. The symptoms of uncomplicated GERD are heartburn, regurgitation, and nausea.

Complications of GERD include ulcers and strictures of the esophagus, Barrett's esophagus, cough and asthma, throat and laryngeal inflammation, inflammation and infection of the lungs, and collection of fluid in the sinuses and middle ear. "  From

Change Your Diet

A change in your diet is the most effective way to deal with reflux. Although at first you may feel deprived of certain foods, think of what will happen if you continue to eat or drink these beverages and foods when you have chronic acid reflux. It gets worse instead of better.

You don't have to struggle at what kind of food to delete from your diet and what is good to eat with this problem, I suggest a guide that has helped many people with chronic acid reflux. Please take a look for yourself. Next see Acid Reflux Tutorial