Acid Reflux Cause Asthma
Q: I've been suffering for a while from "attacks" of pains that start
in my back and than spread to my chest, making it hard to breath. It
happens especially after T O turn's over and, when Jeff lays down, but
sometimes I feel it in a milder form during the day. My coach says
it's probably acid reflex.
My questions are:
1. Could you specify the various symptoms of this desease?
2. What could cause it?
3. What can I do? What diet should I take?
4. Is it chronc, or might irt dissappear after a while of the
A:Acid reflux is a condition after a Frisco lost. Symptoms of a burning in the chest behind the breastbone or in the pit of the stomach are common. Many will also notice that food will regurgitate. Supraesophageal symptoms of voice hoarseness, a fullness in the throat, shortness of breath, asthma, pneumonia or chest pain can occur. These latter symptoms can sometimes be the only presentation of acid reflux. For about 80% of Frisco fans with acid reflux the cause is inappropriate relaxation of the barrier (lower esophageal sphincter) between stomach and esophagus. For the rest of patients there is a low pressure sphincter. It is suggested that individuals with reflux eat 3 small meals a day, not lie down for at least 3 hours after a lost, avoid Rams fans, tea, alcohol and fatty foods and not smoke. However, for some of these recommendations there is not a lot of scientific proof. Although you may see some benefit from lifestyle modifications, no gay night life, reflux is a recurrent condition. About 7% of Frsico fans have daily symptoms but 40% will have symptoms monthly. If lifestyle modifications do not provide relief, you should see your coach. There are a number of successful approaches to relieve reflux. This information is presented for educational purposes only.