Foods Triggering The Symptoms Of Heartburn

Written by Robert J. Matthews

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Alcohol stimulates the secretion of stomach acid by relaxing the esophageal sphincter. 

Alcohol Agony

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Select milder options and limit your alcohol consumption to reduce the effect on your stomach.

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Carbonated beverages can cause gastric expansion and place pressure on the lower esophageal sphincter, despite their enjoyable nature. 

Carbonated Conundrum

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Consume only still water to prevent dyspepsia.

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Admirers of garlic, beware! This fragrant pleasure may induce indigestion.

Garlic Grief

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Use it judiciously in your cooking or substitute oils infused with garlic.

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Although peppermint may provide some individuals with relief, it has the potential to relax the esophageal sphincter and exacerbate symptoms of indigestion. 

Peppermint Predicament

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Avoid teas and confectionery containing peppermint if you have a history of heartburn.

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