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Reflux

Gastric reflux is a common digestive condition that also is often referred to as heartburn. A feeling and a burning in the stomach and chest pain feels generally when occurs the gastric reflux. This condition is extremely uncomfortable and can affect their quality of life. It occurs when there is a back flow of the acid contents of the stomach into the esophagus (the tube that connects the stomach to the throat). In the lower part of the esophagus, lower esophageal sphincter acts as a valve and prevents stomach acids flow upward. However, in some people this valve may be weak or guilty and consequently the stomach acids flow up into the esophagus. If there is growing pressure on the stomach or stomach contains too much food or gastric juices, gastric reflux will occur.

The symptoms and signs of acid reflux can include or accompanied with: * heartburn * Indigestion (dyspepsia) * Regurgitation * pain and discomfort in the upper abdomen * Nausea * swelling * swallowing with difficulty * hoarseness and cough * asthma * dental Erosion what causes gastric reflux? Gastric reflux is typically lit by a number of factors such as a large or greasy, spicy food, acidic foods, alcohol consumption, smoking, lying down too soon after eating, fold or raise. Obesity, pregnancy, constipation and a hiatal hernia can be also associated to gastric reflux. If untreated, gastric reflux complications such as inflammation of the esophagus (esophagitis), anemia, ulceration and cancer of the esophagus can cause serious health risks. Gastric reflux diagnosis the diagnosis of gastric reflux is based on symptoms, a physical examination and a thorough review of your medical history. Certain diagnostic tests such as biopsy, endoscopy, barium x-rays, esophageal pH test and Esophageal manometry can be performed to confirm the diagnosis. Assistance for the gastric reflux how to treat the symptoms of gastric reflux depends on its severity. For mild symptoms of reflux of stomach, legal medications such as antacids, H2 receptor or medications anti-gas can offer quick relief. If the symptoms are severe and repeated, the proton pump inhibitors may be prescribed by your doctor.

Surgery may be required if medications do not work. Natural remedies people are choosing increasingly more natural treatments and holistic to treat and assist the prevention of symptoms of digestive problems, including those of gastric reflux. Homeopathic remedies are safe and calm inside the body without the unwanted side effects of conventional medications. Carefully selected ingredients such as Calc phos, Carbo veg, Nat phos, Mag carb and Silicea, help absorb toxins in the body, neutralize the acid in the stomach, they act as internal cleanser and calms the digestive system.

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