Thursday, August 21, 2014

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Exercise and activity that puts pressure on the stomach can trigger acid reflux and GERD symptoms. Work out on an empty stomach or at least 2 hours after eating. Try low impact exercise like yoga and cycling.

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Several of you have written to the HealthCentral Network, inquiring if acid reflux should prevent you from doing physical exercise. One individual who wrote in was especially concerned because he is enlisted as a Marine, and his job requires frequent physical activity. For those of you wondering about the relationship between acid reflux and…

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Jennifer Rackley, Health Guide, posted Exercise and Acid Reflux In my previous blog we talked about some of the ways to loose weight and lessen heartburn…

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Jan Gambino, Health Guide, commented on Acid Reflux and Exercise That's great! Good luck with your run! Sounds like you have a plan! Jan

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Jan Gambino, Health Guide, commented on Workout Guide: Reflux Style Jenna, Thanks for this information. I find the sports drinks to be very sugary too. Making…

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