Heard of heartburn? No, not the one that denotes enviousness. The term heartburn is somewhat misleading because it has nothing to do with the heart! It is basically a symptom of acid reflux, which can happen due to: Irregular meals, Fried, Fatty and Spicy foods, Chocolates, Soda, and Caffeinated beverages Smoking, Alcohol and Pregnancy. The effects of heartburn can bea burning sensation in the stomach and chest Sour taste in the mouth, Bloating and Nausea. The symptoms tend to worsen when lying flat or leaning forward.
But here are some home remedies that you can try to get rid of the problem. So now I will tell you about some home remedies to get rid of heartburn. Take a glass of warm waterMix 1 teaspoon of baking soda in it. It helps neutralize stomach acids. For this next home remedy to get rid of heartburn.Take some fennel seeds and chew them. You can also have fennel tea. It helps calm muscle spasms in the digestive tract. Another home remedy that you can try. Take a cup of warm water.
Add 1 tablespoon of crushed mint leaves in it. Leave it for about 30 minutes andFinally, drink it for 2 to 3 times a day. Ginger tea also helps ease heartburn and nausea. Now time for some tips to help you deal with your heartburn. Having cold milk or an ice cream can be a cool wayto reduce heartburn. Banana, too, is helpful in most cases. Plus, you can have a sugarfree chewing gum as it stimulates saliva which, in turn, acts as an acid buffer. To avoid heartburn, do not stay on an emptystomach for a long time as it causes acidity.
And take your dinner 23 hours prior to your bedtime. If your heartburn persists for days, if not weeks, consult your ..
Ep102 Singing Problems and Acid Reflux You May Have it without Knowing
This tutorial talks about two forms of acid reflux. One kind you feel as heartburn and you knowwhen you have it and why. The other reflux is common but you don’tknow you have it. However, it can also cause problems with yourvoice and singing. Inside this tutorial you’ll learn how to recognizethe effects of reflux on your vocal cords and what steps to take to protect your voice! Hi, I’m Chuck Gilmore with Power To Sing. I have reflux.
But it’s not the heartburn kind. That’s called GERD or Gastroesophageal RefluxDisease. It hurts. You know it when you have it. It burns in your chest and throat. You take Tums or Pepto Bismol for relief. It can fry your vocal cords with the acidfrom your stomach. That’s not the reflux I have.
I have a silent kind of reflux. I didn’t even know I had it until I injuredmy vocal cords when singing sick. The ENT scoped my cords and found noduleson the false cords and moderate reflux. He said the reflux was making it difficultfor the nodules to heal because acid was irritating my injury. Yuck. My kind of reflux was silent to me becauseI didn’t feel heartburn. It’s called LPR which stands for LaryngopharyngealReflux.
Here are the causes, symptoms and treatmentoptions. I’m quoting from the Cleveland ‘sonline information found here. â€œAcid made in the stomach travels up theesophagus (swallowing tube). When that stomach acid gets to the throat,it is called laryngopharyngeal reflux (LPR).â€� â€œAnyone can get LPR, but it shows up moreoften as people age. People who have certain dietary habits, peoplewho consistently wear tighter fitting or binding clothing, people who are overweight, and peoplewho are overstressed are more likely to have laryngopharyngeal reflux.â€�
â€œThere are many symptoms of LPR, all ofwhich relate to sensations in the throat. Fifty percent of people with LPR do not havesymptoms of heartburn or an upset stomach. When there are symptoms, they include:Mild hoarseness Sensation of a lump in the throatNeed to clear the throat Sensation of mucous sticking in the throatand/or postnasal drip Chronic coughDifficulty swallowing Sore throatRed, swollen, or irritated voice box Personally, I was always clearing my throat.
I always had post nasal drip. I also had congestion in my chest even whenI didn’t have a cold. Periodically I had soreness here for seeminglyno reason. When I sing with LPR my cords feel thick andheavy. Everything feels harder to do. So I try and control it. What I really don’t want is the acid toburn my vocal cords and cause permanent hoarseness, permanent damage.