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Acid Reflux Cough - Eating to Improve Symptoms

03rd October 2011
The actual foods you eat and when you eat them will greatly impact the seriousness of your acid reflux cough. If you are serious about lessening the effects of your acid reflux cough, you must pay careful attention to your diet. One of the most effective ... Read >
Author: BE

Apple Cider Vinegar Acid Reflux Treatment

17th May 2011
For many, a serious problem is to find relief from symptoms of acid reflux. Reflux can be treated naturally. Know how the Apple Cider Vinegar can help to reduce these symptoms naturally?Acid reflux is also known as gastro-esophageal reflux disease (GERD).... Read >
Author: Obadiea

Acid Reflux Food Can Help Your Painful Heartburn Disappear

19th January 2011
That there is a connection between acid reflux & diet is a known fact. The human body continually strives for a status of homeostasis, or constant & reliable conditions. When homeostasis is disrupted, problems in the body begin to appear. Acid reflux is a... Read >
Author: Stephen Bolin

Get Rid of Acid Reflux Fast - 7 Acid Reflux Natural Remedies

06th August 2010
Acid heartburn is defined by a burning feeling in the upper digestive tract (esophagus) and is primarily caused by the food we eat. Stomach acid is discharged by the stomach cells to process the food, but on occasion it can back up into the esophagus and ... Read >
Author: Tony Russell

Can Dogs Get Heartburn Too?

28th April 2010
While you may not have considered the possibility before, your dog has as much chance of suffering from heartburn as you do. Heartburn is cause by a a sphincter muscle located between the esophagus and the stomach. Certain foods and underlying medical ... Read >
Author: Clivir Team

Coughing Acid Reflux: What It Is and How to Treat It

01st February 2009
If you experience persistent, dry coughing, coughing acid reflux is one possible cause of the problem. This might come as a surprise to you, since you may not experience all of the typical symptoms of acid reflux disease, which include heartburn, regurgit... Read >
Author: Dianna Yvonne Smith
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