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  • Jj Wilson

    Acid Reflux Home Remedy Using Apple Cider Vinegar
    Apple Cider Vinegar is an amazing remedy for Acid Reflux. It may sound bizarre to drink an acid as a cure for an acid problem, but there are good acids and bad acids and Apple Cider Vinegar is among the good ones.
    Add 1 teaspoon of apple cider vinegar to 1/2 glass of water.
    Sip this glass of water while eating your dinner.

    Herbal Remedy for Acid Reflux Using Ginger Root
    Ginger Root is an amazing natural herb that is known to absorb stomach acid and have the secondary effect of calming the nerves. For an effective natural remedy from the symptoms of acid reflux, try the following:
    Purchase ginger root capsules from a natural health food or nutritional store.
    Regularly take one capsule immediately after dinner.

  • Psychobenzaprine

    No, but Prilosec™ is a demonstrably effective OTC remedy.

  • thenoseknows

    See a professional Homeopath or Naturopath. This can be cured completely with the right help. Drugs are a really poor choice – -they don’t cure it, destroy your stomach acid and leave you in worse shape than when you started.

  • pear2apple

    Other than avoiding the foods that cause this, high acidic foods like tomatoes or red wine, sometimes even beer. Another idea would be to be sure to stop consuming those items at least 2 hours before you lie down, because that increases the possibility the acids will bubble up the esophagus and burn your tube, which is essentially what happens. And drink lots of water.

    Also, Prilosec is a daily pill you need to take, you can’t just take it everytime you have a problem, so don’t take that unless your doctor gives it to you. I use Rolaids, the chewy fruity ones. They work almost immediately and you don’t have to take them daily, only when you have a problem.

  • Blaine Jackson

    There are heaps of things that can help your acid reflux, most of them are simply changes to your diet. You will generally find that something specific that you are eating or drinking is causing the reflux to occur. Another major cause of reflux is a persons weight, the anti-reflux barrier can end up stretched out of shape in over weight people.

  • I have not seen mentioned merely that changing your diet to increase the number of smaller meals eaten can make a huge difference. I have found this to help dramatically, and to make a move to a more raw, unprocessed diet. Salads, fruits and good protein sources are a great place to start. Baking soda too for quick relief, not a solution.

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