Avoid trigger foods and drinks, such as spicy or fatty foods, citrus fruits, and caffeine.
Eat small, frequent meals instead of large meals. and avoid eating close to bedtime.
Elevate the head of your bed to keep acid in your stomach when you sleep.
Wear loose-fitting clothing to avoid putting pressure on your stomach.
Quit smoking and avoid alcohol.
Chew gum to stimulate saliva production and neutralise stomach acid.
Try over-the-counter antacids or prescription medications as directed by your doctor.
Consider incorporating probiotics into your diet to promote healthy digestion.
Practice stress-management techniques, such as yoga or meditation, to help reduce acid reflux symptoms.
Acid reflux has been linked to an increased risk of heart disease possibly due to the chronic inflammation.