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  1. Daik says:
    Jan 05,  · Experts say acid reflux—when stomach acids bubble up into your esophagus and throat—is one of the most common health conditions in the US. Almost all of us experience it .
  2. Vulkree says:
    Acid reflux, also known as gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), is characterized by an abnormal regurgitation of the stomach liquids into the esophagus. The regurgitated liquids contain acids and pepsin secreted by the stomach for the digestion process. Unlike stomach lining, the mucous lining of the esophagus is very sensitive.
  3. Doujinn says:
    Because of the acid reflux, your throat won’t be normal and everything that has to pass through is going to have a harder time passing the area. Dental Erosion Because there is actual stomach acid that creeping up and basically trying to get out of your body, you could experience some problems with your .
  4. Faugar says:
    Answers (3) george. 05/02/ Yes, acid reflux can certainly cause eye pain. When we have acid reflux, we will relocate the stomach contents, I mean, food or liquid, from the stomach to our esophagus. As a result, it gives rise to tiny PH levels changes in our body and leads to body dehydration.
  5. Shanos says:
    Reflux symptoms may result from stomach acid touching the esophagus and causing irritation and pain. If you have too much acid, you can incorporate these specific foods into your diet to manage.
  6. Gale says:
    Several factors may increase your risk for acid reflux disease. Stomach abnormalities. One common cause of acid reflux disease is a stomach abnormality called a hiatal hernia, which can occur in.
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  8. Jull says:
    The Link Between Acid Reflux and Saliva. When we swallow food, our saliva clears away percent of acid reflux that may be in our throats. Subsequent swallows stimulate more saliva and clears the remaining percent of residual acid as well as bacteria and sugars from our throats This process is called esophageal clearance.
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