Hyperacidity, also known as gastritis or acid reflux, is a condition in which the acid from the stomach flushes back into the esophagus causing heartburn or an uncomfortable burning sensation in the chest. The food you intake and ill-advised eating habits are big factors of triggering hyperacidity: eating tomatoes, chocolate, garlic, mint, onions, fatty and spicy foods, and other foods that bring negative effects on acid; eating close to bedtime, eating large meals, lying down after eating, drinking alcohol, coffee, tea, and carbonated drinks. These are the major contributors that are often overlooked which lead to high levels of acid.
Heartburn - burning sensation in the chest area
Regurgitation - acid that goes up into the throat and mouth
Dysphagia - food gets stuck on the throat
Constipation is a less serious digestive disorder. This happens when your bowel movements occur less frequently than normal. Usually, this condition goes away after a few days and the patient will feel better after.
Fewer visits to the toilet
A feeling that the food you ate did not come out
Hard or small stools
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a combination of bowel disorders that cause discomfort and pain in the stomach. It is either defecating more or less than normal, or having a different a thin, hard, or watery stool.
Irritable Bowel Symptoms
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