Most people put a lot of sugar, caffeine and salt into their bodies on a daily basis. It’s cheap and easy to drink lots of soda pop and eat potato chips. Go to any gas station convenience store and you’ll be surrounded by foods and drinks that have the potential to agitate your digestive system.
When you eat food, it gets to your stomach via the esophagus, also known as the swallowing tube. There’s a sphincter muscle located between the bottom of the esophagus and the stomach, and if it doesn’t close well, stuff from the stomach can essentially leak into the esophagus. You know what that means? You get heartburn and/or nausea after eating. Other symptoms of “gastro reflux disease” include throwing up, coughing, hiccups, sore throats and more. Not fun.
But, folks, there is hope that you can relieve the pain and discomfort from gastro reflux, and it starts with help from another person who can coach you toward relief.
Cindy Crandell R.N. from Forum Health Clarkstoncan guide you in making positive lifestyle changes to help relieve symptoms of gastro reflux. She can give you valuable advice on what foods cause problems for you, and thus should be avoided. She can also help you change your eating habits and routines. Did you know there are many natural therapies to help correct the issue? If you don’t want to be stuck taking medications, Cindy can help you determine natural solutions that won’t interfere with digestion and absorption of foods you eat.
You don’t have to have terrible heartburn. Contact Cindy today to get on the road to relief from gastro reflux.
Post by Cindy Crandell