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How to Get Rid of Heartburn

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  • Heartburn, which is a symptom of acid reflux or gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), occurs when stomach acid moves up into your esophagus
  • Ginger not only has an anti-inflammatory effect, but also tightens your lower esophageal sphincter, thus preventing acid from refluxing

Have you ever experienced a burning feeling in your chest (just behind your breastbone) that lasts for a few minutes or extends to several hours? Does this symptom manifest whenever you finish a meal? Watch out: It may be chronic heartburn.

Heartburn, which is a symptom of acid reflux or gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), occurs when stomach acid moves up into your esophagus. It can bring a lot of discomfort to those who experience it. It may also come with other symptoms, such as sore throat, long-term cough and voice hoarseness.


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