The authors looked at 76 patients complaining of heartburn and other symptoms from gastric reflux. Besides heartburn, reflux can also cause sore throat, cough, and throat congestion. Each patient rated their symptoms before the researchers scoped their digestive tract to find out how severe their condition was and whether or not they had a hiatal hernia. Here's what the researchers found out.
Announcing a Pain-Relieving Formula Designed Especially for Aching Knees
Studies show it reduces pain and swelling, increases mobility, and even increases synovial fluid!
Click Here To Learn More
Millions of people have heartburn or reflux. I have written before that in the majority of cases it is caused by poor eating and drinking habits. One of the best treatments for heartburn is
Advanced Heartburn Relief. You can check the archives for my report on this and other heartburn and reflux remedies. The odds are good that you can cure the condition simply by following these recommendations.
But sometimes there is a hernia causing the problem. So if you are trying all of my recommendations and still have symptoms, even if they are relatively minor, you might need some medical treatment. Fortunately, your doctor can effectively treat hiatal hernias — and insurance will usually cover the treatment.