Acid reflux is not a hereditary disorder it is acquired through a person’s lifestyle routine and practices from the choice of diets to the way to eat.

The causes of acid reflux can be treated and that’s the good part of it. Although sometimes it may be just caused by an underlying health condition still you need to have it examined by a physician to be sure. Now if you discover that you are suffering from an acid reflux you need a doctor’s assistance in deciding what you should or should avoid eating or doing. You can also consider causative factors of your acid reflux like these medical conditions:

Pregnancy, hiatal hernia, asthma, pressure on sphincter, pregnancy, gastroparesis



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Common Causes of acid reflux:

  • Sudden bending forward movement
  • Eating large meals
  • Ulcers (peptic)
  • Eating too fast (if you swallow most of your food rather than chew them properly it may take time to break it down into pieces. Your stomach will have to over produce acid in order to help break it into smaller parts and that will cause stomach distress)
  • Asthma
  • Drinking alcohol
  • Smoking ( nicotine aggravates acid in the stomach)
  • Eating just before bedtime (you need to have at least a few hours in order to digest a huge meal especially if you ate a lot of meat, the stomach will have a hard time digesting it if you decide to lie down immediately and sleep. Not only does that practice cause a lot of problems like obesity but also impair your digestion)
  • Eating foods that trigger acid reflux ( some people find it really hard to give up eating their favourite foods even though they know it causes nasty attacks of acid reflux later on. I understand it is not easy to give up a strong cup of coffee to perk you up in the morning or a box of chocolates when you’re down but if it seemed like the culprit to your consistent heartburn and acid reflux the you have to take it slow, or eat moderately or give it up finally if your conditions becomes worse.)
  • You have to be conscious on your diet. Try planning what you eat the entire day so you can monitor your food intake. It will also be much easier to feel guilty if you see you have been eating too many forbidden foods that trigger your condition)
  • Some have find it hard to digest rice so if you find that you are having indigestion from it you have to look for a substitute like wheat or gluten free products.
  • Stress can also cause acid reflux. When you are stressed your body tends to produce too much acid than is necessary
  • Eating over spicy foods is one of the most common way people tend to aggravate their existing acid reflux conditions. You need to avoid it or eat in moderation and prepare to wash overly spicy food with a bit of milk. That should help lessen the problem. 


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