April 26, 2011

Acid Reflux Medication

Acid reflux is a condition that plagues thousands of people every day. This condition is a result of the lower esophageal sphincter (LES) neglecting to close as soon as food passes through it or the LES opens too often. The LES can be best described as a ring of muscle that is at the entrance of the stomach. When there is a malfunction and the LES opens without merit it allows for the acids and enzymes of the stomach to escape the stomach and travel upward to the esophagus where it can cause a burning sensation. If this isn’t a rare occurrence but instead happens about two times a week you are likely suffering from acid reflux disease also known as gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD).

A few common symptoms that may be associated with acid reflux disease include:

These acid reflux symptoms drive most sufferers to seek out immediate reflux relief. There is no one medication or relief method that works for everybody. Sufferers are encouraged to find the medication that works best for them. Some forms of medication that can assist in treating acid reflux may be found below.

If you’re looking for more medications for acid reflux do not hesitate to visit refluxremedy.com.

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September 19, 2011

Tai @ 1:15 pm

Tried using medications (prescription drugs) once and i suffered from side-effects even if the heartburns went away for a few hours. Prefers natural methods — safer, cheaper, and more effective without the uncomfortable side-effects.