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February 11, 2011

Naturally Cure Heartburn

There are plenty of ways to naturally cure heartburn, the question is, which way is right for you? You may need to try a combination of changes and remedies to find something that works, but the key is to keep trying until you do find something that helps.

Feeling the Burn?

If you feel the burn of heartburn pretty regularly, routine changes may be the most effective way to proactively cure your heartburn for good.

The first thing you may want to check is the levels of stress in your life and how you deal with them. Life is stressful, and sometimes you just don’t have the luxury of removing those stressors. There could be a death in the family, relationship problems, troublesome teens, layoffs at work, financial woes, and any number of issues that don’t go away simply because you wish them too. So, it comes down to a matter of how you deal with them. Chronic stress not handled properly can cause a whole host of medical problems, including heartburn, so dealing with this common problem is an excellent way to rid yourself of heartburn and be healthier in mind and body. Try things like yoga, meditation, regular massages, or exercise. If that doesn’t work, you may want to consider speaking to a therapist. They can help you learn better techniques to deal with your stress, and thus keep stomach acids from getting out of control.

Other things you’ll want to look at is what type of food you’re taking in, how much of it you’re consuming, and when you’re eating it.Natural Heartburn Relief

First of all, what you eat can have a major impact on your heartburn. Things like onions, garlic, acidic fruits like oranges and lemons, and caffeine are all common heartburn starters. Pay close attention to what sets your heartburn off and then modify the amounts of those foods that you consume.

Second, don’t eat quite so much in one sitting. Spread your meals out across the day so that you get the same amount of food, but over a longer stretch of time. That way your stomach isn’t frantically trying to digest one huge lump of food. It can calmly process small bits of food all day long, keeping you acid free, the only way to be.

Third, make sure you’re eating at appropriate times, especially if you’re snacking more to adhere to the last suggestion. Stop your food consumption no less than two hours before you go to bed. That way food and stomach acids will be better kept down in your stomach where they belong.

Put Out the Fire

If you’re looking for a more reactive approach to stemming your heartburn, there are quite a few things you can try that you might even be able to find in your pantry right now.

  • Ginger- tea or candied
  • A glass of water
  • A tablespoon of apple cider vinegar mixed with a glass of water
  • A quarter cup of aloe vera juice
  • A handful of almonds
  • An apple after meals
  • Papaya after meals

For more tips and tricks to naturally cure heartburn, read The Reflux Remedy Report at today!

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