foods_to_avoid[1]Common Stomach Upsets

 

Heart Burn: This is a burning sensation in the chest around the breastbone or

the upper central abdomen. Heart burn pain may radiate to the neck, throat or jaw

angle.

 

 Causes:

• Smoking cigarettes; Indulging in fatty or spicy foods

• Eating certain fruits and vegetables like citrus, tomatoes, and onions Going

to bed or laying down soon after eating; Drinking alcohol

• Going to bed or laying down soon after eating; Drinking alcohol

• Drinking soda, coffee, and other carbonated or caffeinated beverages

• Eating chocolate and mints

• Eating in a hurry

• Stress

 

Symptoms of Heartburn

• A burning sensation in the chest area after eating that can last anywhere

from a few minutes to several hours at a time. Depending on a person’s severity,

the burning sensation can be triggered by anything from lifestyle decisions, a

certain diet or portion size of food intake.

 

• Chest pain in the breastbone area after eating, or even after bending over and

lying down.

 

• A burning sensation in the throat that can cause a difficulty in swallowing.

The sensation can even be as severe as a hot, sour or acidic tasting fluid in the back

of the mouth or throat.

 

• Narrowing of the esophagus causing a false feeling of a piece of food stuck

in the middle of one’s chest or throat, otherwise known as dysphagia.

 

Treatment:

 Avoid the causes. See your PCP if symptoms persists

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