Natural remedies for acidity | GERD Treatment

If you are those who have suffer from gastro esophageal reflux disease or GERD before, it’s like the hot, burning acid creeping up your throat, putting pressure on your chest. Many people experience acid reflux from time to time, but GERD is a type of mild acid reflux that happens at two times a week.

Listed out 8 natural remedies for acidity/ GERD:

1. Baking Soda:

Natural remedies for acidity | GERD Treatment
Baking Soda

Using this baking soda ingredient can help you to neutralize stomach acid, so you won’t feel that burning sensation. Mix 1 teaspoon of baking soda with a glass of water and drink it all. Repeat few glasses if you feel the need, but do not drink more than 7 doses in one day. You should also avoid using this remedy for more than a week, since it contains high salt content and may cause swelling or nausea if consume too much.

2. Chewing Gum:

Natural remedies for acidity | GERD Treatment
Chewing Gum

For those who are experiencing GERD, you can relieve it by just chewing sugar-free gum for 30 minutes long just right after you eat, based on Dental Research Journal study. Chewing of piece of gum can stimulate your salivary glands thus that increase saliva that helps to wash away any acid and notice the difference.

3. Consume Proper Fruit:

Natural remedies for acidity | GERD Treatment
Non-Acidic Fruits

Bananas have natural antacid properties that counteract acid reflux, so eat a fully ripened banana each day to reduce the discomfort of acid coming back up. In order to relieve the discomfort at night, just eat slices of an apple and enjoy it a few hours before bedtime. You can also eat fruits like honeydew, cantaloupe & Watermelon to reduce instances of GERD after your heavy meals. You should also be sure to avoid fruits with high acidic content such as Orange, Grapefruit and Pineapple that can worsen the GERD.

4. Ginger Tea:

Natural remedies for acidity | GERD Treatment
Ginger Tea

If you know that ginger root was good for any stomach problems, then drink Ginger tea is great for common stomach ache, nausea and also Chronic acid reflux. It’s easy to make by just simmer slices of ginger root in water for 30 minutes and drink it to relieve GERD.

5. Chamomile Tea;

Natural remedies for acidity | GERD Treatment
Chamomile Tea

To balance the acidity levels in your stomach also reduces stress levels that can contribute to heartburn, so just drink 1 cup of Chamomile tea. You can make chamomile tea by simmer chamomile petals in boiled water for about 45 seconds, then strain out and pour the tea into a mug to include adding honey as you like.

6. Apple Cider Vinegar:

Natural remedies for acidity | GERD Treatment
Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple Cider Vinegar is one of the most effective remedies for GERD or acid reflux by balancing the acid production in your stomach. Mix 1 to 2 teaspoons of organic raw apple cider vinegar in a cup of warm water and drink it when heartburn strikes.

7. Aloe Vera Juice:

Natural remedies for acidity | GERD Treatment
Aloe Vera Juice

Aloe Vera is anti-inflammation that helps to soothe inflammation in the stomach and esophagus, thus helps you to relieve from the effects of acid reflux. Just drink a quarter cup of aloe vera juice straight 20 minutes before or after heavy meal if you experience GERD symptoms.

8. Do Not Lie Down After Eating:

Natural remedies for acidity | GERD Treatment
Do not lie down after eating

If you straight away lie down flat after eating meal, the food in your stomach will be easily pushed back up, thus that puts a pressure on your esophageal sphincter. But If you are sitting or standing upright, the gravity helps to keep food down naturally. You should prevent the GERD by lying slightly elevated in your bed with a pillow wedged under you. So, it is best to eat 3-4 hours before you are lying down because this give your stomach the time to fully digest the food.

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