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Acid Reflux And The Risk Of Ulcers


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        Acid Reflux is triggered by various foods like chocolate, citrus fruits, spicy foods, including fried and fatty
        foods. Together with the time of day the foods are eaten and over eating which causes excessive weight.
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                                                 Acid Reflux And The Risk Of Ulcers
                                                            By Kathryn Whittaker

    You probably spend more time thinking about your stomach -- what to feed it, when to feed it, how
to keep it from sticking out so much -- than any other organ. A minor problem with another part of your
body might go unnoticed, but when there’s something wrong with your stomach, you know it

Consequently, ailments like acid reflux and ulcers get a lot of attention. They’re sort of “Everyman”
diseases, striking old and young, rich and poor, many times regardless of lifestyle (though some
lifestyle choices can make them worse). Since both acid reflux and ulcers are caused by acid, it’s
natural to think one will inevitably lead to the other. But that’s not necessarily the case.

You see, acid reflux is the result of acid from the stomach rising up into the esophagus. This can
happen because the stomach is over-full and the acid is forced upward, or because there’s been some
damage to the sphincter that separates the stomach from the esophagus. Contrary to popular belief,
acid reflux does NOT happen because the stomach has produced too much acid. The amount of acid
is irrelevant. It’s the fact that the acid is bubbling up into the esophagus, where it doesn’t belong, that’s
the problem.

Ulcers, on the other hand, are usually caused by infection from a bacterium called H. pylori. It’s
commonly believed that ulcers are the product of stress, but that’s a myth. Stress can make the
symptoms worse, or make the sufferer more aware of the symptoms, but stress does not cause the
ulcer out of nowhere. You could be the most stressed-out person in the world and you’d never get an
ulcer if it weren’t for that H. pylori bacterium or some other specific ulcer-causing substance.

So while ulcers and acid reflux both involve stomach acid, their causes -- and thus their treatments --
are very different. Having acid reflux will not cause you to get an ulcer, too. If you have both, treating
the ulcer infection will take care of that problem, but it will do nothing for the acid reflux. That’ll require
its own separate treatment.

As with so many health problems, both ulcers and acid reflux can often be prevented through healthy
diet and exercise. For acid reflux, it’s important to avoid over-eating and eating fatty foods. Don’t lie
down right after a big meal, so eat meals early in the evening to give your food a chance to digest
before bedtime. Remember that chocolate and peppermint (among other foods) can trigger reflux, as
can alcohol, caffeine and tobacco. Losing excess weight and exercising regularly can also do wonders

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for preventing reflux.

Most of those precautions work for ulcers, too. In addition, aspirin and ibuprofen can cause ulcers, so
taking those drugs as sparingly as possible may help prevent them. And get this: People with type O
blood are 35 percent more likely to get ulcers than people with other types. So if you’re an O, you
would do well to take extra precautions.

Ultimately, there is little connection between ulcers and acid reflux other than the fact that they both
have to do with stomach acid. Luckily, a healthy lifestyle can reduce the chances of getting either
ailment, and there are adequate treatments available in case your precautions fail. For the most part, if
you take care of your stomach, your stomach will take care of you.

Kathryn Whittaker has an interest in Acid Reflux. For further information on Acid Reflux please visit
http://www.naturally-stop-acid-reflux.com/acidreflux.html or
http://www.naturally-stop-acid-reflux.com/blog/2006/10/24/acid-reflux-and-the-risk-of-ulcers/ .

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                                       Acid Reflux Disease Diet - Finding The Right Diet
                                                                By Tori A Hewitt

 If you have acid reflux disease, following a well laid out acid reflux disease diet plan is one of the best
things you can do to fight acid reflux. Sticking to an acid reflux disease diet can also help you become
healthier and get in shape. Your life will be positively affected by an acid reflux disease diet if you make
it a permanent part of your life. The acid reflux disease diet not only helps alleviate the symptoms of
the acid reflux, it also helps to eliminate acid reflux from your life. Following an acid reflux disease diet
will give you a better chance of having a healthy digestive system.

The foods that tend to aggravate the digestion for you will need to be cut out of your diet as much as
possible. Spicy and hot foods are some of the worst for aggravating the acid reflux symptoms. Certain
fruits and vegetables create a lot of gas in the stomach so these need to be avoided because of the
irritation they can cause on the intestines. Adding supplements and extra nutrients from other sources
can help the body to make up for the foods that you are getting rid of by omitting the healthy foods from
your acid reflux disease diet.

When any food is taken out of the diet, it will need to be replaced with something that you can have
that will offer you the same or close to the same things. It is best that you talk to a doctor before
starting on an acid reflux disease diet. You do not want to take out something that you really need for
your health. If you are not healthy then your body can not fight the problems and stand up to the pain
you may have.

Other problems can be the result of the taking something out of your diet that you desperately need to
stay healthy. Acid reflux will be the least of your worries. Selecting the food to take out of your acid
reflux disease diet needs to be done carefully. Always replace one thing that is not good for the acid
reflux with something that is good for you; make sure that things are balanced out. If you need help
planning your acid reflux disease diet, you can always contact a doctor or nutritionist. They may be
able to create an acid reflux disease diet for you that will make things easier on you.

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