I’ve had many customers tell me that they didn’t want to try a heartburn relief home remedy because they thought it was taboo? Does natural health really work? What would my doctor say?
If you have tried antacids and even medication and you are not satisfied with the results, it may be time you try an acid reflux natural remedy. You may be surprised that it is the fastest growing natural treatment around. You may also be surprised that it could outperform your antacids if you give it a chance.
Heartburn Remedy or Antacids
Antacids are a great option for those people who suffer acid reflux once every couple weeks. Unfortunately, many people suffer it day to day. For instance, my dad once suffered from it almost hourly.
Fortunately, he found a natural remedy that worked for him and that is part of the reason I am typing this for you! My point is that your body was created to heal itself if given the right tools. In the case of reflux, you will need to change your diet and a few lifestyle habits. There are also remedies to repair the damaged lower esophageal sphincter.
Heartburn Relief Home Remedy
In most cases, heartburn is a result of a damaged or weakened lower esophageal sphincter. The lower esophageal sphincter is the tissue that is right above the stomach. It is responsible for keeping food and stomach acid in the stomach.
But after years of use and abuse (I’ll talk about that in a moment), it can become damaged. Here are some dieting tips and remedies you must try today.
1. Allow your lower esophageal sphincter time to recover and heal. You can do this by drinking plenty of water and eating only soft foods for a few days. Hard and crunchy foods leave tiny tears which can cause more attacks. You should also avoid a few things that will also agitate it: cigarettes, carbonated drinks, alcohol, spicy foods and acidic foods.
This may seem like a lot but you will only need to do this for a few days to allow it to heal.
2. Next you should drink plenty of water. The most important time to drink water is right after a meal or snack. Tiny food debris will sometimes get stuck between the stomach opening and the lower esophageal sphincter. This food can aggravate the sphincter and also cause heartburn. Drink water!
3. Try natural remedies! One remedy you may want to consider is honey. This remedy is actually thousands of years old and it still works. Honey has some pretty amazing powers like naturally healing tissue that is damaged. The Egyptians would put it on cuts and the healing time would be almost cut in half.
Sucking on 3 teaspoons of honey can be great for the sphincter. I highly recommend one teaspoon right before bedtime to allow your sphincter to heal while you sleep!
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