Herbal Teas For Heartburn Relief

Herbal teas have been said to improve health. Which herbal teas can ease heartburn?

Red clover

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Any Cheaper Alternative To Heartburn Prescription Drug?

If you have heartburn and consult with your doctor, ranitidine will be prescribed. It is a histamine H2-receptor antagonist, which prevents the production of stomach acid.

If you want to avoid costly prescription drugs, what are your alternatives?

Gaviscon is a cheap treatment for heartburn. It contains sodium alginate, a bicarbonate and calcium carbonate. They reduce stomach acid by

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Is LINX Safe To Use As An Acid Reflux Treatment

If you are sufferring from acid reflux, you know how miserable it is. You can’t sleep comfortably at night or eat the way you like it.
 The conventional ways to stop acid reflux are to use medicines and surgeries. Medicines work by diluting the stomach acid before it splashes into the esophage while surgeries aim to tighten part of the stomach around a lower esophageal muscle.

A few years ago

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Instant Heartburn Relief: Which One Can Deliver Quick Results?

If you’ve suffered from severe heartburn, the symptoms can be painful. You feel the burning sensations from the stomach to the esophagus. You also find almost impossible to lie down. Other symptoms such as bloating and belching affect your daily routine. If you want immediate relief for your heartburn, try the following remedies.

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3 Conventional Treatments For Heartburn

If you’re thinking of using medicines to treat heartburn, here are the 3 options.

  1. Antacids such as Mylanta, Eno, Quick Eze and Gaviscon help neutralise stomach acids. They offer quick relief but fail to heal existing oesophageal damage or prevent heartburn from happening again. Their effects don’t last more than an hour.
  2. H2-receptor blockers such as ranitidine and cimetidine reduce the production of stomach acid. They work slower than antacids but you can enjoy more lasting relief from the discomfort of acid reflux. These medicines allow the oesophagus to heal and relieves the symptoms completely.
  3. Proton-pump inhibitors such as omeprazole and lansoprazole suppress block stomach acid production and heal the damaged oesophagus. They are available on prescription only.

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