If you suffer from heartburn, you may notice it’s more likely to flare up at night – just in time to disrupt your sleep. Find out why and get tips to reduce it.
Heartburn, acid reflux and GERD are different but related. Heartburn is a symptom of acid reflux, and GERD is a condition characterized by severe acid reflux.
If heartburn is an all-too-familiar feeling, you might have gastroesophageal reflux disease, or GERD. Find out what causes this common (and uncomfortable) condition, and how to take control.
Heartburn is a symptom of both acid reflux and the rare disease achalasia. Knowing which condition you have is important because the treatments are different — and getting the right one is vital to your long-term health.
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