HeartBurn Treatment

Many people suffer from acute heartburn and never know how to make it go away. The possibility of heartburn may make a fine meal uninteresting and irritating after having it. Here are top 5 easy-to-follow tricks to reduce heartburn immediately.

Stay Away from Over-the-Counter Treatments
Over-the-counter antacids can offer instant relief, but they don’t target the source of your heartburn. They can even generate additional digestive issues, such as constipation, cramps, diarrhoea, and gas, and they might also interact with other drugs you’re taking. If your heartburn flare-ups occur more than twice a week, contact your physician for the best heartburn treatment or try one of the solutions below.

Do a Small Acid Reflux Test
Acid reflux occurs when your body makes HCl in higher of lesser amounts than the usual. HCL is the acid that breaks down food in your stomach. While experiencing heartburn, do a small test by drinking a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar. If it makes the symptoms go away, this means your body isn’t generating enough HCl, and you’ll benefit from pure apple cider vinegar mixed with water before eating. If the test worsens the symptoms, this means your body is generating too much HCl. Try drinking up to 3 teaspoons of baking soda daily, mixed with adequate water.

Change Your Eating Habits
Eating quickly, eating while talking, or drinking water while eating are all culprits who prevent food from being broken down by the body's natural enzymes. For better digestion and less heartburn, just focus on food, sit down and chew your food completely before swallowing.

Switch Your Sleeping Position
The oesophagus connects to your stomach from the right side of your body. Acid reflux aggravates when the food in your stomach presses against or flows into the entrance of the oesophagus. To correct this, try to sleep on your left side. Even if you’re not totally comfortable at first, the decrease in reflux symptoms will be worth it!

Brew Some Fennel Tea
Fennel is a natural and aromatic herb used in cooking which doubles as a tasty treat for a broad range of digestive problems, including heartburn. Place a small teaspoon crushed fennel seeds inside a tea infuser. Then slowly, add boiling water and steep for 8–10 minutes. Fennel seeds release volatile oils which have been found to relieve heartburn.