More than 6O million Americans experience heartburn at least once a month.
Are you one of the
25 million adults who suffer daily from heartburn?
What triggers heartburn?
Heartburn occurs most commonly after
eating a large meal. Foods high in fat
tend to remain in your stomach longer,
causing your stomach to produce more
acid. This overproduction of acid irritates
your digestive system. Lying down also
makes digestion difficult, making
heartburn more likely. To help prevent
this you should allow 2 hours
to digest before bedtime.
In addition, alcohol, spicy foods,
chocolate, citrus fruits, coffee, caffein-ated drinks, peppermint and tomatoes
can trigger heartburn.
What are heartburn symptoms?
Among the most common symptoms of
heartburn are chest discomfort and a
burning sensation in the throat or chest.
See a doctor if you experience these
symptoms. Your doctor may perform
various tests to determine the severity
of your problem.
Do you have frequent heartburn?
If you suffer from frequent heartburn, 2
or more days per week, you may benefit
from a proton pump inhibitor (PPI).
What is a PPI?
The gastric acid pumps found in the
stomach produce stomach acid.
Proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) block
these pumps to inhibit acid production
at its source.
What type of PPI is recommended?
One of the leading PPI medications
recommended for frequent heartburn is
Less Is Best!
Compared to other heartburn
Delayed-Release Capsules 15 mg
are to be used once daily for a
14-day course of treatment, unless
otherwise directed by your doctor.
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