Possible: If you are experiencing acid reflux and back pain, you should talk to your doctor about what is going on. Acid reflux is the result of a malfunctioning lower esophageal sphincter (LES).
Vid: Heartburn No More (TM) The painful symptoms of acid reflux, occurs when the lower esophageal sphincter (LES) dysfunctions. Citrus juices Citrus juices are naturally highly acidic, and thus can aggravate acid reflux. Also refrain from coffee and iced tea that contain caffeine. Multiple studies show that when you sleep on your back, you are at an increased risk of stroke, sleep paralysis, sleep apnea, or asthma.
Drug treatments are the most common therapy and are available on prescription and over the counter (OTC). Looking at your other symptoms can help you figure out the cause of your dry throat, and know whether to call your doctor. Reply Posted by Mario (Dallas Tx, Usa) on 02/20/2013 I have been sleeping in a incline bed for few mounts , so far good improvement, back pain, gone acid reflux better, sleep apnea much better snore gone.
I have a book that lists some common alkaline ash foods and some common acid ash foods. For example, fried foods are notoriously hard for us to digest and they also irritate the lining of the stomach. However, sometimes the lining of the esophagus appears inflamed (esophagitis). Burp breastfed babies any time they pull off the nipple. I don't mind the taste taking it straight and all at once, but mixing it with water and drinking it prolongs the process in my opinion. And there are quite a few over-the-counter medications (OTC) available. Gastric emptying studies Gastric emptying studies are studies that determine how well food empties from the stomach.