Breakthrough Natural Heartburn Cures…

With this breakthrough information I’m about to reveal, you can get rid of your heartburn pain, without expensive medications, risky surgeries, or giving up your favorite foods.

 
If you suffer from the pain of heartburn and feel like you’d do anything to get from relief, this squidoo lense could be the most important one you’ve ever read.

Relieve the agony of heartburn…

After 18 months of intensive research and study I’ve finally uncovered the secrets to curing heartburn naturally with 19 everyday recipes.

It was was by no means an easy task I can tell you… but I had to do something to cure my own severe heartburn problems. I simply had to find a natural drug free solution – and that’s exactly what I’m giving you here today.

Here’s what you’ll get… 13 page FREE PDF format special report

In this exclusive report I’ll reveal my "19 everyday recipes to cure your heartburn naturally". These are the exact same recipes I discovered and found to relieve heartburn, sometimes within 5 minutes! 

20 minute FREE mp3 audio recording

This is the perfect companion to the main PDF special report. It gives you the freedom to listen to it whilst you’re online, just play it over your computers speakers and listen to it whilst you’re working, relaxing or any other time you’d prefer to be listening. Just press a button to play it within the private members area or claim the audio CD that’s also available.

Exclusive BONUS:

14 quick and easy tips to help you avoid heartburn. Try these 14 essential tips to avoiding and beating heartburn before it beats you!

Go ahead and take advantage…

February 7, 2007 at 11:22 am Leave a comment

Is Heartburn hereditary?

Having read the heading for this chapter, you’re probably wondering why you’re still here, and not at the list of remedies, and herbs.

If you’re reading through the book in order of sequence, then for you I’m afraid there’s still a fair bit of ground we still need to cover in order to get the full picture of what heartburn really is.

If you’re one of those people who can’t wait to read the ending of a book first – like me – then there’s a good chance that you’re here because the title caught your eye, and you’re wondering if it applies to you as well.

You’re not alone. Most heartburn sufferers raise this question at some point in time or other, and wonder if their heartburn is hereditary. It is after all, a plausible theory, if we can inherit something like a heart, or kidney problem, then why can’t we get heartburn the same way too?

However, the main reasons people will always look at this question are;

In a family group, you will regularly find more than one heartburn sufferer
A large number of diseases or medical conditions have been established as being hereditary. So is heartburn hereditary? The answer at this point in time is, no.

Heartburn has yet to be proven to be hereditary. It just happens to be the sheer number of people that convince us otherwise. If you look at it on a large scale, with 44% of the population classed as heartburn sufferers, there is always likely to be more than one person afflicted within one family unit.

However, just because medical science has not yet proven heartburn to be hereditary, doesn’t mean that it’s not.

We are all aware that medical opinion changes almost as rapidly as the turning tides, with new advances in science being made daily.

So in the future, there’s a good chance that science will finally find that vital “missing link” and prove heartburn to be a hereditary condition. And until that day, we can only shrug our shoulders and say, ‘who knows’.

January 29, 2007 at 2:35 pm Leave a comment

Heartburn statistics…

To further understand this condition that I suffered from so unrelentingly, I went further afield and gathered as many facts as I could on heartburn and its statistical probabilities.

What I found, although not reassuring in a larger context, was infinitely reassuring to me personally.

One of the first things that I uncovered was the overwhelming evidence that told me that I was not alone in my sufferings.

True, my mother suffered from heartburn, but to me it seemed like an isolated incident where I was the only other person who had ever suffered from it.

There are more people out there than you can feasibly imagine, walking around with one kind of heartburn or other. So, no, I wasn’t alone, and neither are you.

If I was to tell you that a staggering 44% of the American population suffer, or have suffered from, heartburn at some point in time of their lives, you probably won’t know whether to be absurdly relieved that you’re not the only one, or just stare in shock at such an appalling number.

You are in fact, one of just under half the U.S. population suffering from heartburn.

And if you suffer from Nighttime heartburn, then you might find this next bit very interesting.

The journal CHEST ran a survey in 2005 interviewing just over 15,000 people who suffered from heartburn.

Out of these 15,000 people, around 25% of them reported suffering from Nighttime heartburn, either once or on a regular basis. 25% of Nighttime heartburn sufferers might seem a little excessive, but results from other surveys carried out prior to the one by CHEST confirm the accuracy of the results.

Besides, what’s 25%, when compared to 44% of all heartburn sufferers?

If you suffer from “Frequent” heartburn, you are one of approximately 26% of the population. Of this 26%, over half of the people who took part in the study believed that they would never be able to live a normal life again due to their heartburn.

I know I used to think like that, and there’s a good chance that you do too, but hopefully by the end of this book you’ll have changed your mind and be well on the way to gaining a new lease on life after reading all about the various potential options that are open to you.

Reading these statistics, you might be led to believe that with almost half of the American population suffering from heartburn at least once during their lives there would be plenty of public awareness about it.

You would be wrong. Even though almost 90% of heartburn sufferers find the quality of their life affected by their condition in some way, there is in reality, very little information readily available to the general public.

Studies carried out in 2003 only served to highlight public ignorance of this fact, and more recent studies have found little change in public awareness since then.

The 2003 survey drew the conclusion that many people were not even aware of what heartburn was, let alone what caused it and how a few simple steps can prevent, or lessen, the chance of it reoccurring.

Instead, people are most likely to turn towards over-the-counter drugs to treat themselves, without even being fully aware of what it is exactly that they are treating.

If you ask anyone how to relieve heartburn, you’re sure to get such ready answers as Tums, or Gaviscon, tumbling off their lips. Zantac, Pepcid AC, MyLanta, the list is endless and could just as well go on forever. Along with your heartburn, since these don’t really address the situation properly, and might in some cases, even be contributing to your prolonged suffering.

But, as most people tend to find out, drugs can be expensive, in particular if you suffer from heartburn on a regular basis. In fact they can be so expensive that some people have no choice but to put up with the pain and discomfort of their heartburn as they can’t afford the treatments they need.

You can fight those statistics however, and not be just another anonymous number for the losing team.

With numerous natural remedies available to help you fight your heartburn, you could join the winning team, and rejoin the ranks of people who don’t suffer from heartburn.

And since some of these natural remedies don’t cost a cent, you should be able to find something to suit not only your heartburn, but your pocket as well.

January 29, 2007 at 2:34 pm Leave a comment

Your heartburn could also be the result of a peptic ulcer

Your heartburn could also be the result of a peptic ulcer which you may have developed.

Unfortunately, this is one of those ailments where you could be suffering from several symptoms, such as heartburn, nausea, chest pain, and weight loss, or none of them. The only way to conclusively determine that you have a peptic ulcer is to undergo a series of medical tests.

Since most people are unsure of what exactly a peptic ulcer is, in simple terms I can tell you that it is an erosion in the lining of your stomach, or the first part of the small intestine, that occurs when the pepsin enzyme that resides within your stomach to help in your digestive process, erodes, or breaks down the stomach lining, causing an ulceration of the stomach wall.

You may have also heard of it by the name of ‘gastric ulcer’. This is basically the same thing, but merely indicates that the ulcer is present in your small intestine rather than your stomach.

There are many reasons why you might develop a peptic ulcer, and these include unnaturally high levels of stress at home or work, excessive drinking of alcohol, or taking aspirin or ibuprofen excessively.

As well as heartburn, if you experience pain in your abdomen area, that gets either better or worse after a meal, then you might be having a peptic ulcer.

Although most peptic ulcers can clear up of their own accord without any medical intervention, it has been proven that they are more likely to reoccur. Surgical removal therefore, is always a good option, and is a simple enough procedure – and who knows, your heartburn may also be gone as a result!

With this breakthrough information I’m about to reveal, you can get rid of your heartburn pain, without expensive medications, risky surgeries, or giving up your favorite foods.

 
If you suffer from the pain of heartburn and feel like you’d do anything to get from relief, this squidoo lense could be the most important one you’ve ever read.

Relieve the agony of heartburn…

After 18 months of intensive research and study I’ve finally uncovered the secrets to curing heartburn naturally with 19 everyday recipes.

It was was by no means an easy task I can tell you… but I had to do something to cure my own severe heartburn problems. I simply had to find a natural drug free solution – and that’s exactly what I’m giving you here today.

Here’s what you’ll get… 13 page FREE PDF format special report

In this exclusive report I’ll reveal my "19 everyday recipes to cure your heartburn naturally". These are the exact same recipes I discovered and found to relieve heartburn, sometimes within 5 minutes! 

20 minute FREE mp3 audio recording

This is the perfect companion to the main PDF special report. It gives you the freedom to listen to it whilst you’re online, just play it over your computers speakers and listen to it whilst you’re working, relaxing or any other time you’d prefer to be listening. Just press a button to play it within the private members area or claim the audio CD that’s also available.

Exclusive BONUS:

14 quick and easy tips to help you avoid heartburn. Try these 14 essential tips to avoiding and beating heartburn before it beats you!

Go ahead and take advantage…

January 29, 2007 at 2:28 pm Leave a comment

Sliding Hiatus Hernia

A Sliding Hiatus Hernia is the most common type of Hiatus Hernia to occur.

This happens when part of your stomach moves from its regular position, and up through the LES, into the lower part of the esophagus.

Since the stomach does not remain static in this new position, but moves back and forth instead, this moving action has given the condition the name of Sliding Hiatus Hernia.

I found that a staggering number of us are walking around with this condition, that’s around 95% of the total number of people suffering from a Hiatus Hernia, who are suffering from a Sliding Hiatus Hernia.

However, since a good part of us use self-diagnosis to treat ourselves, most of these Sliding Hiatus Hernia sufferers believe themselves to be suffering from heartburn instead, and consequently, use a treatment more suitable for heartburn than for their overlying condition.

The probability that you might suffer from a Sliding Hiatus Hernia, increases with age, going from 40% in young people to 60% in people aged 60 years and older.

Since the symptoms are also not ones that you will always take notice of, for a lot of people this condition will go untreated without too much of a problem.

In most cases, the lack of appropriate treatment does not cause a problem, but it’s always a good idea to get a check up, just to be sure. You may be surprised to hear that there are natural, as well as surgical options available to you, to rectify the situation.

January 29, 2007 at 2:26 pm Leave a comment

Both heartburn and indigestion are closely related

Essentially explaining why people get the two mixed up so frequently. Both are associated with digestive problems, and therefore the cures that work for indigestion can also work to relieve heartburn, and vice versa. In addition the time they are both most likely to occur is after eating.

Heartburn, as we know by now, is identified by a painful and uncomfortable burning feeling in the heart area, caused by the stomach acids flowing back into the esophagus.

With indigestion, the pain is located more in the stomach area. For this, rather than flowing back into the esophagus, the stomach acids remain in the stomach, and produce extra gas resulting in that bloated, uncomfortable feeling. In addition, you may also experience other common side effects of indigestion, such as an upset stomach, or flatulence.

If you do confirm that you suffer from indigestion rather than heartburn, some of the natural remedies covered later on may still prove helpful to you.

January 29, 2007 at 2:12 pm Leave a comment

Hiatus Hernia or Diaphragmatic Hernia

One of the symptoms of Hiatus Hernia is heartburn.

In fact the symptoms are usually confused and the patient, thinking that they are only suffering from heartburn, frequently does not think to consult their doctor until it is too late, whereupon they require an operation, especially in the more serious cases, as the condition is no longer treatable with pharmaceutical drugs.

A Hiatus Hernia occurs, when part of the stomach slides from its normal position up though your diaphragm. (For those of you a little rusty on your biology, the diaphragm is the muscular section that separates your lungs and chest, from your abdomen.)

If you find that your heartburn worsens when you bend or lie down, it’s entirely possible that you have a Hiatus Hernia. And apart from some pain and heartburn when the diaphragm slides out of its regular position, there really isn’t any other symptom for this condition. This explains why sufferers usually think they have heartburn and not a Hiatus Hernia.

There are two main types of Hiatus Hernia, with the most common type being a Sliding Hiatus Hernia, and the other one being a Paraesophageal Hiatus Hernia.

Unfortunately, for both the Sliding Hiatus Hernia, and the Paraesophageal Hiatus Hernia, the cause of this condition still remains a mystery to the medical world.

What they do know however, and what I can tell you, is that for some people the Hiatus Hernia condition can exist from birth without causing any problem.

If you do happen to be born with this condition, then rather than knowing it as a Hiatus Hernia, you probably know it as a Diaphragmatic Hernia.

January 29, 2007 at 2:11 pm Leave a comment

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