Before you know it, the bees will buzz, and the flowers will bloom, and our eyes will be as red and scratchy as a blooming rose. Springtime allergies are very annoying, and you must handle them intelligently to mitigate their symptoms.
GERD or GastroEsophageal Reflux Disease is easily a very uncomfortable and common disease. It affects many from infancy on up. This is caused by stomach acid entering your esophagus and can be brought on by a variety of foods and drinks. GERD also happens when the valve between the esophagus and the stomach becomes too weak to keep the stomach acid from getting through. This is more serious and can mean you’re getting acid reflux a couple of times a week instead of every now and then. By watching your diet and food intake, you can help to combat GERD and the discomfort that comes along with it.
Some Causes Of GERD:
Some typical symptoms of GERD:
More Complex GERD symptoms, that may not affect everyone:
Check out this article for more GERD triggers.
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