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Acid Reflux

Natural Healing Remedies for Acid Reflux

Who wants to deal with the pain and discomfort of acid reflux?  Not me… and probably not you either.  Although there are a lot of over the counter medications that you can take for acid reflux, they can be a very expensive and sometimes not even a useful treatment option.  Why pay tons of money when there are simple home remedies that can allow you to eat those spicy foods you always have to avoid.Try these helpful home remedies and watch your worries of acid reflux diminish. Baking Soda, Water, & Lemon Juice This has got to be about the best and most used home remedy for your (heartburn) acid reflux.  In this home remedy, you simply put 2 tablespoons of baking soda into a tall glass,...

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How to Stop Acid Reflux Spoiling Your Cup of Coffee

Most people will experience a bit of heartburn once in a while and often taking an antacid will relieve the discomfort so you can forget about it. But if you get heartburn frequently, or it feels more severe than just a bit of discomfort, then you are likely to be suffering from gastroesophageal reflux disease. GERD is a condition of the digestive system in which contents of the stomach flow backward, up into the esophagus, which is the swallowing tube.Causes of acid reflux Along with spicy food and alcohol, coffee can also trigger the burning sensation of acid reflux. But even only drinking coffee occasionally, can still cause acid reflux, because caffeine contains natural acids. Between 42 million and 64 million adults suffer from GERD, but the good news...

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Lactic Acid: Is This Why We Get Muscle Soreness?

We’ve heard different things about lactic acid. Many of them are not true. Some people say that lactic acid makes its appearance in your body when you work out, and that’s why you feel tenderness in your muscles a few days after an intense workout. Other think it’s some sort of pain and offer pieces of advice on how to get rid of muscle soreness. In this article, we want to make things clear: which one of these myths is actually the truth ? What is lactic acid?Before starting, it’s worth mentioning that the body, in theory, produces lactic acid, and while that happens, it detaches in lactate or a free hydrogen ion.The lactate and the lactic acid are used interchangeably, but it’s good to keep...