July 5, 2011

Burning Chest And Throat

lifestyle choices that cause acid refluxAggravating lifestyles with smoking, drinking, and eating highly acidic foods are all culprits that inflame the chest and throat and cause incredible discomfort. Home remedies include mustard chased with a glass of warm water or a dose of baking soda followed by a water chaser. There are other temporary home remedies but finding a cure without using prescription drugs or surgery is the best approach for long term relief. Get to know your own body and keep a journal of how you are feeling after smoking or using tobacco products, drinking carbonated or alcoholic beverages, and eating acidic or gassy foods.

Try to avoid drugs and use a holistic approach to relieving burning chest and throat pain. If you are a smoker or use tobacco products; stop using if possible. Nicotine patches and gum may be used while kicking this very addictive habit that creates multiple digestive problems. Electronic cigarettes are another option to become a healthier you. These smokeless wonders create a vapor of a minimal amount of nicotine without the other harmful added ingredients. Second hand smoke is eliminated and this is an option to give up tobacco products forever.

Carbonated beverages create bloating and can increase acid reflux and weight. Water is the best option to keep your body hydrated and the digestive tract operating in a stable manner. Many Eastern countries begin their meals with a cup of hot tea. This century old tradition helps to reduce the fat from the main course. Many enjoy a before dinner glass of wine. This practice also helps to perk up the digestive juices and reduce stomach acid. Over indulging with alcohol loads your body with hundreds of carbohydrates that can lead to diabetes as well as stomach discomfort.

Year after year we hear that we are what we eat and with aging this becomes more evident. It is reported that 63% of the population is overweight or obese. Super sized portions at fast food chains are offering a lifestyle of dealing with being overweight and the issues associated with weight. Fried foods should be avoided to eliminate the burning sensation in the chest and throat. Baked, roasted, steamed, and grilled meats and vegetables are the best way to serve these foods. Food preparation is key in resolving the pain of a burning chest and throat.

Portion control is another tool to bypass the misery of acid reflux and indigestion. Overeating fatty foods will overload the liver and lead to a fatty liver. This liver condition is completely reversible by reducing the amount of fat in your diet. Keep your food diary and see the correlation between what you eat and how you feel. For further information and digestive relief options without prescriptions and surgery, download the Reflux Remedy Report at refluxremedy.com today.

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