Acid Reflux Heartburn Cure
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You are in an important meeting and are just about to
close the biggest deal  of your career. You should be
somewhere up on cloud nine, but you only just
manage to present a happy smiling face to your
colleagues. It’s not that you’re not over the moon,
and wouldn’t like to celebrate with the rest of them,
but you’ve got that burning feeling again that tells
you that you shouldn’t have had that burrito for
lunch. You are suffering from
heartburn. Or so you
think. In actuality you could be suffering from
Reflux Syndrome.

It’s not as bad as it sounds, or even looks like in print
for that matter, but it is bad enough to keep you from
enjoying your life. So, what exactly is
acid reflux
? Well, I can tell you what it’s not. It’s not
indigestion, and it’s not heartburn, the two main
things that
acid reflux syndrome get confused with

Since the simplest answer is always the best, most
people will say they’ve got indigestion. Others will
stick to, “it’s simple
heartburn, that’s all I’ve got” as if
their life depended upon it. But very few people
realize that what they have might not be either of
these two cases, but something else that closely
mirrors them, like
acid reflux syndrome.

Generally speaking, the guidelines for prevention are
the same for all three disorders, as are the simpler
treatment methods. Even the initial symptoms are the
same, but with a few minor differences that can
narrow down the field of diagnosis.

Some of the most common symptoms for
acid reflux
syndrome include, but are not limited to, intense
heartburn, stomach problems, a consistent cough, a
roughened voice, a sour or bitter taste in your mouth,
and also a problem swallowing.

And that’s just a few of the symptoms that sufferers
acid reflux syndrome will experience. As you
can see however, heartburn is also a symptom, and
not necessarily the cause of this syndrome.

If you think you might have
acid reflux syndrome,
you will need to consult your physician as soon as
possible. If left untreated for any length of time, there
is good chance that you will suffer from
acid reflux
syndrome for the rest of your life.

To give you a slight idea of what exactly
acid reflux
syndrome entails, it occurs when the liquids in your
stomach (acids, foods etc.) come back up the
esophageal pipe, in a reflux action. This damages the
lining of the esophagus, and causes the burning
sensation that you feel. That’s why
acid reflux
syndrome needs to be treated promptly. Any delay
on your part could result in the esophagus being
damaged badly, thereby impairing it for your lifetime.

If you think you have
acid reflux syndrome, then seek
medical attention as soon as possible. Remember to
never put off till tomorrow what you can do today. In
this case it could prove to have serious and long
term effects on your health.

 Acid Reflux Syndrome
James Kesel,MS