Causes For Heartburn Everyday


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be notified whenever we publish a new video. What causes Heartburn? People
with heartburn experience chest pains that begin at their breastbone and rises up to
the neck and throat. They can also experience that liquids or food
is coming back up into their throat or mouth. Many people describe a bitter or sour taste
in their mouth during heartburn, while others report an increased pain in the chest, especially
when bending forward or lying down. There are several causes for heartburn or
acid reflux, which are the common reasons for this uncomfortable chest pain. Over 90% of people with this condition report
that the cause for their heartburn is linked to the food or drink they consume. Spotting the foods that triggers your heartburn
episodes is important to prevent these conditions from occurring in the future. Tea, coffee and other caffeinated drinks relaxes
the LES (lower esophageal sphincter), which is responsible for keeping stomach acid out
of the esophagus. When the LES relaxes, stomach acid pushes
back into your esophagus, which is one of the major causes for heartburn. Chocolate, citrus fruits and vegetables, tomatoes,
tomato-based products and alcoholic beverages are also main causes for heartburn because
they also relax the LES, preventing it to function normally. On the other hand, eating fatty foods and
tobacco smoking can weaken the LES and increase the pressure on your stomach, causing the
reflux of stomach acid into your esophagus. Medical Causes for Heartburn,
heartburn is medically described as the feeling when the juices of stomach acid flow backwards
into your esophagus. This occurs when the LES relaxes or becomes
unable to function properly. When the LES functions normally, this valve
opens a door that enables food into your stomach to come in, but not go out the same way. When your LES relaxes, it allows the acid
juices to flow upward to where they came from – straight to the esophagus. As a result, this acid endangers your esophagus
from the harmful acid from your stomach. Doctors refer to this condition as GERD (gastroesophageal
reflux disease). In general, the causes for heartburn may vary
depending on personal lifestyle and dietary habits. However, regardless of the things that trigger
heartburn, they contribute to the occurrence of heartburns by increasing acid production
in your stomach, increasing relaxation levels of your LES, increasing stomach pressure (through
dressing in tight clothes or sleeping right after eating a heavy meal), and by making
your esophagus more sensitive to stomach acid. If you’ve liked the video give it a thumb
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