March 14, 2011

Hiatal Hernia Chest Pain

If you are having chest pain caused from hiatal hernia there are natural remedies you can take and things you can do to make the pain stop.

Your hiatal hernia is your acid reflux and heartburn symptoms gone wild.

Hiatal hernia is a perfect example of what can happen when you only treat symptoms of a simple acid indigestion.

Ignoring the cause of your hiatal hernia and chest pain is the same as only treating symptoms.

To stop your chest pain caused from hiatal hernia for good, you won’t need any medication; instead all you need is some real science.

That’s really all folk remedies and ancient healing wisdom is . . . science.

Medicine has become a political activity and doesn?t concern itself with nurturing a healing experience and often ignores real science. Tragically, today Big Medicine is driven solely as a profit generating machine . . .

Your hiatal hernia once began as a little heartburn, graduated up to chronic acid indigestion and now you’ve got some serious chest pain.

The chest pain from hiatal hernia is a dangerous thing, not only because it’s painful, but because it is inflicting harmful stress on all your organs and taxing your immune system.

If you’ve been eating a Western pattern diet for more than 30 years you can’t afford to expend anymore of your stored minerals and nutrients . . . which is what often causes acid reflux diseases and hiatal hernia in the first place. . .under-nutrition.

If the stress from your chest pain and pressure from the hiatal hernia persist you could end up with adrenal fatigue, a compromised immune system and other complications.

First thing you can do is put your hands over your head and take some slow deep breathes. If this helps move your arms in a circular pattern, like a windmill, breathing in and out as deeply as you can.

Next step up on your tip toes with your hands above your head, breathe in deeply and then as you exhale suddenly drop from your toes to your heels while bringing your arms down to your side. Repeat this process ten times.

If you are feeling relief from the chest pain, keep doing it until the hiatal hernia relaxes and the pain decreases enough to go for a nice walk. Get some fresh air, swing your arms and walk for about 20 minutes and rest.

To stop the hiatal hernia from causing more chest pain repeat as necessary.


You were born to heal,

Todd M. Faass

Health Advocate

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May 22, 2011

mark ventresca @ 10:26 pm

thanks so much todd for your info on hiatal hernia chest pain. that is one symptom that people dont seem to know too much about and im now learning much more about it and thought the only approach was surgery. i know your approach will help . I seem to get it after a meal when I walk the track or for over a few miles ill start burping and also have pain in my back and a sharp painful acidic feeling that burns.

September 27, 2011

M Fine @ 6:53 pm

Thank you–raising my arms is the only thing that has brought relief.

February 14, 2013

Shawn @ 1:51 am

You are a moron!!!! That’s your solution to pain so bad it feels as if something was trying to claw thru your chest from the inside out?!?! I was given my diagnosis when I was 5!!!! I have lived with this for 35 years!!!! Meds don’t help and I can’t get a doctor to set me up for surgery and you want me to attempt to stop the pain by standing on my tip toes and holding my hands above my head?!?!? There are times I can’t even eat for days due to the pain!!!! What you suggest is an insult to any truly rational person!!! You call that science???? Let me guess, you should try it right? I’ve tried everything that has ever been suggested and none of it works!!!! By all means folks give it a try!!!! Maybe he has some magic pixie dust too!!!!!

May 3, 2013

mark ventresca @ 5:49 pm

get chest pains after digesting a meal and then when I walk after acid reflux

mark ventresca @ 5:51 pm

todd exactly when I walk a long distance after eating or just walk the track ,when I stop it goes away. Im glad Im not crazy

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