Acid reflux can be resolved with diet, lifestyle changes:
Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) is characterized by frequent reflux (backward flow) of the stomach’s acidic contents into the esophagus, leading to pain, inflammation, and, possibly, tissue damage. People who suffer from GERD often refer to these symptoms as heartburn or acid indigestion. The reflux itself does not necessarily cause symptoms or injury—it occurs occasionally in healthy people and is a problem only if it creates complications and requires lifestyle changes or medical treatment.
Management of GERD may require modifications in diet and lifestyle to reduce the recurrence of acid reflux or minimize discomfort.
Recommendations typically include the following: