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How To Stop Acid Reflux

Updated on November 5, 2009

Home Remedy For Acid Reflux

Have you ever wondered what how to get rid of painful acid reflux symptoms? I know I have. I'm only 29 and I have struggled on and off with this problem for several years. Most of the time I think it's because I love spicy foods. I know the consequences before I eat anything spicy and now I don't have to worry about the foods I eat. This article will explain briefly what acid reflux is, what causes it and the secret home remedy I am going to share with you.

I'm not going to bore you with some dictionary version of the definition of Acid Reflux Disease. Instead I will delight you with my simple, straightforward answer. This answer is based on my experience and the experiences of others.

Basically Acid Reflux disease occurs when stomach acid from our stomach backtracks into our esophagus or comes up to the entrance of the stomach. This can be caused by prolonged unhealthy eating habits, such as myself. I have not heard of this disease being hereditary, but it wouldn't surprise me. Again, I am not an expert on Acid Reflux Disease. This disease seems to strike best at nighttime right when we are cozy in our beds about to fall asleep. You may feel a slight burning feeling before bed, but this is the time when it strikes! You feel like burping may help, it doesn't. sometimes for mild cases tums and other ant-acids work, but for those that suffer on a regular basis it seems like your system is immuned to those. If left untreated, this disease can cause vomiting, it can make swallowing any food uncomfortable and difficult. Worst of all this disease can cause your esophagus lining to erode which can lead to other serious health problems! But, there is help and it's all natural.

The Aloe Vera plant is no secret. It has been used for centuries to help heal wounds and has some very potent anti-inflammatory properties. The liquid inside of this plant can be used in many different ways. One way is to help promote a healthy digestive system by drinking its juices. As you may know, you cannot drink the juices in an Aloe Vera plant very well. It is almost like a gel. So, a few processes must take place before it is safe and useful to drink.You can purchase aloe juice at any store, but most products are watered down with extras that dilute the potency of the healing properties. I use and have been using a certain brand that you will not find in stores. The potency is not diluted by additives and the amount of aloe and digestive chemicals makes this brand one of the most powerful aloe juice products on the market. Check out some testimonials.

The brand is called Ultimate Aloe. I have been using this product for about 2 years and I have not seen symptoms during that time frame unless I have stopped taking the aloe for an extended period of time. It cleanses your digestive tract and promotes healthy digestion and healing. My father in law has been using this product for about the same time period because he used to have Acid Reflux Disease so bad, he would vomit after eating most meals. Who wants to live like that! He was miserable. Ever since he started taking Ultimate Aloe, he can eat whatever he wants without worrying about the toll it will take on his digestive tract.

Stop feeling miserable, because there is help. I am not claiming this will cure this disease. I am saying based on my experience and others experiences, Ultimate Aloe has helped. Do the research and I challenge you to compare. If you find something more powerful and more potent than Ultimate Aloe, please let me know.

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    Shawn Yeager 

    8 years ago from Wisconsin

    7-UP? I'll have to try that! Thanks for stopping by.

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    James Brown 

    8 years ago from United States of America

    yeagerinvestments - I had this issue for three years and experienced the problems your father-in-law had until an elderly woman from the south told me to try warm 7-UP. I tried it and within 48 hours the problem was solved. I threw away the gavascon and all that other stuff. I told my doctor about the solution and he thought I was crazy. I havn't had the problem in more than 15 years now. I am not recomending it for global use - but it did work for me. Very informative hub - thanks for sharing.

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