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I am 20 and have suffered from acid reflux for 3 1/2 years now. This year I got really sick and lost 15lbs within 3 weeks. I took Pepcid to control my acid reflux and it helped but now I am back and feeling horrible. I don't know what else to do anymore I feel like I'm doomed to live with GERD and that's not a happy life to live. I need help!!!
asked in Alternative Medicine by anonymous

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Take one tablespoon apple cider vinegar mixed with glass of water 3 times daily.


 
answered by anonymous
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Here are few tips, that are really going to help you a lot.......

  • Eat small, regular meals rather than occasional big meals.
  • After eating, stay upright; take a walk.
  • If you are overweight, try to lose weight.
  • Sleep with your head raised, which help to prevent acid reflux.
  • Avoid hot spicy food, pickles, fermented food, chocolate, and coffee.
  • Avoid alcoholic or very hot drinks.
  • Minimize or cut out citrus fruit and sour fruit.
  • Don’t wear tight-fitting clothes or belts.
  • Don’t smoke; it may aggravate heartburn.
  • Avoid stress. Take a sound sleep.
  • Don’t sit hunched up at your desk; this will encourage heartburn. Try not bend or stoop over.
  • Never go to bed or lie down immediately after a meal.

 

answered by anonymous
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