There is almost no person in the world who is exempt from one of the most distressing phenomena in our body: Heartburn!
Why this happens?
heartburn usually goes away on its own, but sometimes it can be a symptom of more serious symptoms.
01 Symptoms of heartburn?
02 What happens in the body?
06 Heartburn treatment
03 Why do you feel burning in chest
04 Heartburn in pregnancy
05 Overweight risk of heartburn
The first symptom of heartburn is a burning pain in the chest area, behind the sternum. The symptoms usually appear after eating.
The gastric juices can move up into the esophagus and cause a burn or injury to the lining of the esophagus.
The stomach produces a very strong acid to digest food. The lining of the esophagus, unlike the lining of the stomach, is not used to being exposed to acid.
Pregnancy raises intra-abdominal pressure and increases the risk of heartburn because of increased production of the hormone progesterone.
Excess weight causes increased pressure on the stomach and the bottom of the esophagus.
Maintaining a healthy weight Do exercise Avoiding large meals Avoiding prolonged lying down after meals.