What Causes Heartburn? YOU Can Stop Heartburn. WE Can Help.
So what is heartburn exactly?
We all have acid in our stomach, which is needed to digest food. Heartburn occurs when small amounts of this acid rise up into your oesophagus. While your stomach has a layer of mucus to protect the lining of your stomach, your oesophagus does not. As a result, when stomach acid backs up into the oesophagus, it becomes inflamed causing the burning sensation and moderate to severe associated with heartburn.
Heartburn is caused your stomach acids reacting to the foods you eat. Foods that may "trigger" heartburn symptoms may include those that are heavily spiced, acidic foods such as oranges or grapefruit, fatty or greasy, or fried foods, nuts, alcohol or coffee.
Now that you know what heartburn is, and what causes it, you need to focus on how to get rid of heartburn. That's where Stop Heartburn Today comes in. Our goal is to provide you with simple tips on how to neutralize your stomach acid so you can get relief FAST from your heartburn symptoms.
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Common Causes of Heartburn
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