How to Get Rid of Heartburn?

Avoid Trigger Foods:

Certain foods and drinks can trigger heartburn, such as spicy foods, citrus fruits, coffee, tea, and alcohol. Avoid or limit these foods and drinks.

Eat Smaller, More Frequent Meals:

Large meals can put extra pressure on your stomach and cause heartburn. Try eating smaller, more frequent meals throughout the day.

Naps After Meals:

Lying down after eating can cause food to press against the lower esophageal sphincter (LES), which can cause heartburn. Wait at least three hours after eating before lying down.

Elevate the Head of Your Bed:

If you experience heartburn at night, try elevating the head of your bed by about 6-8 inches to prevent stomach acid from flowing back into the oesophagus while you sleep.

Avoid Tight Clothing:

Tight clothing can put pressure on your stomach and cause heartburn.

Avoid Tobacco and Alcohol:

Both tobacco and alcohol can relax the LES and increase the risk of heartburn. Limit or avoid tobacco and alcohol to reduce heartburn symptoms.

Try Over-The-Counter Antacids:

If you experience heartburn frequently, you may find relief with over-the-counter antacids, which neutralise stomach acid.

Always follow the instructions on the package of the medication and talk to your healthcare provider before taking any medication.

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