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Tips to help minimize risks associated with acid reflux disease

August 14, 2012 by Estella     0

Reflux and Relaxation
Reflux and Relaxation
According to the new study, esophageal cancer has been rising steadily than melanoma, breast, or prostate cancer in the United State. People with gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) have a higher risk of developing esophageal cancer as many may think.

Experts from UCLA center for Esophageal Disorders offers the following tips to help reduce the risks associated with acid reflux disease:

1) Occasional heart burn is okay. But, if you suffer from it more than three times a week, you may want to see your doctor about managing it.

2) Maintain a healthy weight. Obesity can make acid reflux and heartburn worse.

3) Don't overeat. Consider light exercise after eating such as taking a walk which can help digestion.

4) Remember to take your acid reflux medications regularly to reduce the level of acid in the stomach.

5) Get screened. Earlier changes in the esophagus lining can be detected and treated.

6) Don't smoke.

7) Avoid caffeine, fatty foods and alcohol, which can increase the risk of acid reflux.

8) If you are taking certain heart and blood pressure medications such as calcium channel blocks and nitrates, may be at greater risk for acid reflux.

9) Wear loose-fitting clothes.

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