How to avoid frequent heartburn in 5 simple steps
The Lower oesophageal Sphincter is the muscle that regulates the passage between the oesophagus and the stomach. If it isn't entirely closed, the stomach's acid and food can flow back to your oesophagus. It is the condition referred to as acid reflux. The most frequent sign associated with acid reflux may be the burning feeling in your chest, also known as heartburn. While most people use medication to treat heartburn and acid reflux, many lifestyle changes can help to reduce symptoms and improve the living quality.