I have problems with my stomach.Between meals i feel irritation in my stomach,i get a lot of saliva in my mouth.And also in the morning i have a bitter taste in my mouth,very much saliva,feel week and my stomach is iritated.I know i have hyperacidity,and i am on diet,but it doesn't improve.Especially when i have to focus at college for a long time,or i am in a tense situation for a long time,i experience this symptoms.Do you think is more then hyperacidity?
These are all symptoms of gastroesophageal reflux disease.
Prilosec will provide relief.
Lifestyle modifications is also important.
1. Head elevation while sleeping
2. Small frequent meals
3. Going to bed 2- 3 hours after food
4. Avoiding bed time snacks
5. Avoiding smoking and alcohol
6. Avoiding tight fitting clothes
7. Avoiding cola, citrus drinks, carbonated drinks, tea, coffee, spicy food
8. Weight reduction
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