Friday, 18 November 2011

Acid reflux symptoms-I wonder if "heartburn" chest pain, heart attack.

A burning sensation in the chest in the central part of the name "heartburn" about explains.

Actually, it heart-, are caused by the backup digestive acid acid reflux heartburn result from inflammation of the esophagus is not.

Heartburn itself, from time to time most people experience a relatively mild illness can. On the other hand, it's symptoms stomach esophagus reflux disease (GERD) can.

This is a dangerous condition that could eventually lead to outcomes in their life.

See health care provider if heartburn more than once a week to occur at regular intervals.

A typical acid reflux symptoms
When back pain and burning sensation behind the sternum radiation. This is from a couple of minutes usually occurs after a meal to last a couple of hours. Feeling stuck in the middle of the food throat and chest. A dry cough, hoarseness, throat pain caused sometimes heartburn. Reflux-after dinner again "and the foods cause write back of sour or acidic taste in the throat and mouth. Stomach, (indigestion). Indigestion is another name for stomach discomfort. Symptoms are as follows:

* Burp.
* Nausea after dinner.
* The discomfort, bloated.
* Upper abdominal area of discomfort.

Is heartburn warm water of bicarbonate of soda arm & hammer' fixes' of 1/4 glass melting level teaspoonful to take it easy.

Generate a small amount of weight of human carbon dioxide. Contains acts as a fact that saliva this substance is natural antacid, digestion help trace.

Includes many over-the-counter antacids harmful aluminium sulphide. Therefore, bicarbonate, instead of the safety of these expensive drugs is much.

Do you bottom it line?

'Arm & hammer' bicarbonate contained zero additives. Further, as it more quickly and more efficiently than most other antacids you knock on acid reflux symptoms loop.

What can my chest pain, heart attack.

The short answer is maybe.

If you call: 911 or local emergency phone number.
Suddenly chest discomfort or pain that lasts more than a minute. Pain comes home is within easy reach. Chest pain that feels like heartburn, but does not respond to antacid. Body aches. Lameness or discomfort to one or both arms and shoulders (usually in my left arm. Pain radiating to the back, neck, jaw, or stomach. Tighten the belt around someone your breasts will feel like that. Your head CLCL or feel dizzy. You have difficulty breathing. Confused and feel confused. You feel uneasy, and strong sense of impending doom. You are nausea and vomiting during into cold sweats.

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