Acid-Reflux is a serious problem for a large percentage of the population over the age of 45. Commonly called a ‘disease’, acid reflux is nothing more than a self-imposed condition of poor digestion and sluggish bowels.
Just because you are ‘regular’ has nothing to do with the fact that your system is backed-up and reflux is classic confirmation of the problem.
When digestion is corrected the bowels addressed, and dietary habits are improved, so-called acid-reflux ceases to be a problem.
This condition has absolutely nothing to do with your genes or family history, opinions to the contrary notwithstanding.
Closely related to acid-reflux is ‘hiatal’ hernia. This condition is the product of 20 feet of backed up intestine, terrible bowel history and miserable digestion.
Hiatal hernia occurs because of separation of the diaphragm surrounding the esophagus allowing the stomach to protrude into the thorasic cavity.
Pressure created by a backed-up bowel causes the stomach to apply upward and constant pressure on the diaphragm resulting in the formation of the hernia.
These adverse conditions occur by default; the body is given no choice by its owner. Both conditions are self-correcting if the individual is willing to take personable responsibility.
Ask for guidance as individual circumstances vary greatly.
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