Symptoms Of Acid Reflux
How to Recognize the Symptoms of Acid Reflux
Most of us are familiar with the signs of heartburn, since the majority of folks suffer with a bout of it at one time or another.
The all too familiar burning and pain just under your breastbone can become worse when you lie down or bend over.
When you experience the discomfort, it is easy to take an antacid or two that will neutralize the acid and relieve the symptoms.
However, this is not the case for everyone.
Some people will have frequent bouts of heartburn, or symptoms that are so severe; they cannot be effectively treated with the usual medications and lifestyle changes. These may be the symptoms of acid reflux, or GERD.
If you suspect that you are experiencing symptoms of acid reflux, it is important to seek treatment since leaving acid reflux unchecked can result in complications and damage to the esophagus.
So what are the signs to watch out for?
My Heartburn Occurs Often
Frequent heartburn is the most common symptom of acid reflux. If you are finding that your heartburn is occurring twice a week or more, you may be suffering from GERD.
Heartburn that is more severe than it used to be, doesn't respond as well to medications or wakes you up at night may also be symptoms of acid reflux. It is possible that you will need to talk to your doctor about prescription medications if you have acid reflux, since over the counter remedies are not always effective enough for this condition.
Other Symptoms to Watch Out For
Acid reflux can result in damage to the esophagus, because the stomach acids that back up into this area during a bout of heartburn can damage the delicate esophageal lining.
The symptoms of acid reflux in this case may include occasional heartburn with difficulty swallowing or a chronic cough. You may find that your asthma worsens when you lie down after a meal or that you become hoarse at night.
Some people that are suffering from frequent heartburn will lose weight or their appetites because the foods they eat will often result in that painful burning sensation.
If you are experiencing the symptoms of acid reflux, it is important to talk to your doctor about treatment options. For some, treatment may be as simple as an over the counter medication.
Proton pump inhibitors like Prilosec will block acid production, and H-2-receptor blockers will reduce the amount of acid that is produced.
If these treatments do not work effectively, your doctor can prescribe stronger medications and recommend additional lifestyle and diet modifications that may help.
Symptoms of acid reflux can be painful enough to get in the way of daily life, but there is help available. Talk to your doctor about your options today.
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