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Many people do not know that problems that acid reflux causes can be solved easily in the majority of the cases. Instead, they rather reach for medications, rarely thinking or being aware of the possible side effects that they might cause, as well as the real effects of the medications. The only thing that is important for them is to feel a relief as soon as possible, and it is understandable, but only to a certain extent. The fact is that a part of these medications offers relief only for a short period of time, and many people who suffer from this problem need a solution that will provide results that last longer than that. Short-term solutions to their problem can be found at their own homes, since more or less every kitchen has some of the best home remedies for acid reflux. On the other side, those who suffer from acid reflux should know that some factors and bad habits that cause acid reflux could be eliminated, but besides the right information, it takes some effort and strong will as well. In some cases, the medications that the person is already using might cause acid reflux as one of their side effects, and in such cases, it should be enough to change themedication.

Most commonly used home remedies for acid reflux

First of all, drinking a glass of two of water after each meal will help in diluting the acid in the stomach. Besides water, a glass of milk can be more than helpful when momentary relief is necessary either for heartburn or for acid reflux. Another beverage that is more than effective in relieving the symptom in question is tea made of chamomile or fennel, since these two herbs are known for their soothing effect. It is important not to drink too hot or too cold tea.Even though it might sound impossible, the fact that chewing a gum (the one that contains no sugar, of course) after a meal helps with these problems, because the production of saliva is stimulated this way, which also helps in diluting the stomach contents and acid. Almonds and candied ginger are also recommended for relieving acid reflux, but it is important not to exaggerate.What might also be helpful is to eat an apple after the meal, because it also has the potential to decrease the effects of acid reflux.

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