Natural Relief from Heartburn

Heartburn has nothing to do with your heart. It has something to do with your digestive problem. It happens when the acids produced by the stomach goes up and stays in esophagus and causes severe pain in the chest.

Heartburn has nothing to do with your heart. It has something to do with your digestive problem. It happens when the acids produced by the stomach goes up and stays in esophagus and causes severe pain in the chest.

Technically, there are several causes of heartburn; some of the causes can only be treated by a medical professional. If your heartburn is severe and persistent, then it is best to seek professional help. However, there are several practical and simple ways to have natural relief from heartburn.

• Eating the right foods. There are certain foods that can cause heartburns. By identifying these foods, it is just right to avoid or eliminate these foods from our diet. Foods that can cause heartburns are beverages containing caffeine which includes tea, coffee and most of the sodas available in the market. Fried and fatty foods is a major contributor of heartburn. Tomatoes and foods derived from tomatoes such as salsa, pizza and spaghetti sauce, alcohol, citrus fruits and juices like orange, lemons and limes. By simple avoiding the foods mentioned will definitely solve your heartburn problems.

• Keeping small amount of meals regularly. This is the best way to keep you away from heartburn problems. If you will practice this for three days, your stomach will release acids only during this time and therefore will digest what you eat. This is a good way to solve digestion problems rather than eating large meals. When your stomach is full, it will give more pressure to the sphincter between the stomach and esophagus. This will benefit you if you are trying to lose some weight.

• Avoid eating during late at night or three hours before bedtime. In this manner, you are allowing your body to process the food intake before you lay down to bed. It is best not to lay down immediately every after meal. However, if you can’t help it but to lay down after your meal, you need to elevate your head with another pillow.

• Experts say to chew gum after meal. This will allow you to produce more saliva without filling your stomach further. If you don’t like gums, then you can chew raisins, or other dried fruit. It is recommended to not swallow the food but just chew it for five minutes or so.

The above mentioned ways are best for you to relieve you from heartburns naturally. But as they say, if symptoms persist, then consult your doctor.

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