In the Part 1 of this blog, we detailed how elevated stress and poor sleep routines can lead to increased heartburn. In Part 2, we want to take a moment to reflect on how weak concentrations of stomach acid, along with environmental and food allergies/sensitivities, can cause this aggravating symptom.
Did You Know?
Heartburn is commonly associated with overeating, the consumption of certain foods, especially those that are spicy or fatty, pregnancy, and obesity. Despite these frequently associated causes, many of our new patients who present with this symptom as a daily concern do not fit into one of these categories. Here at AIM, we also take into consideration other factors before we treat.
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