Experiencing Gastric Acid That Does Not Heal For 2 Weeks

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hello doc, dock, and for two weeks I have felt stomach acid rise. the chest feels burning, breathing is rather heavy, sometimes itching in the throat, napping is rather difficult. and when you wake up in the morning the body feels weak and underpowered. the luggage was restless. I have seen the doctor and given the medicine. but it never died down … please take the solution, thank you

1 Answer:

Hello Heri, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.


Increased stomach acid can cause various symptoms such as heartburn, nausea, vomiting, chest feels hot, throat and mouth feel acidic, and other symptoms. Causes of stomach acid to increase include:

Food factors, both in terms of types of food (usually foods that are too acidic) and eating habits (eating too fast, too much, late eating)
Smoke
Beverage Factors, such as alcohol, soft drinks, and those containing caffeine (eg coffee)
Obesity
Pregnancy
Certain psychological factors such as stress and excessive anxiety

Handling with drugs will certainly be less effective if it is not certifiable to prevent triggers of an increase in stomach acids such as cigarettes and various things mentioned above. Therefore various things you can do are:

Take medications regularly
Avoid high fat foods, too oily, too sour, and too spicy
Expand fruits and vegetables
Drink warm water and avoid caffeinated and fizzy drinks
Avoid cigarettes and alcohol
Manage stress well
Avoid lying down immediately after eating
Eating small amounts, but often more recommended than eating a lot at a time
Avoid delaying eating

Increased stomach acid can trigger reflux / up to the throat and is known as GERD.


To find out various conditions and causes of increased stomach acid need to be examined directly by a doctor. This is also done in order to plan appropriate and appropriate handling.


If complaints still occur or are burdensome such as severe vomiting or bleeding immediately to your doctor so that further examination and treatment can be done.


That's all, hope it helps.

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