How to Get Rid of Acid Reflux in Throat

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If you feel you have acid reflux in your throat there are a couple of things that you can do that will help. Though I would like to say that if this is a constant thing you are experiencing it may be something for...

Laryngeal Sensory Neuropathy How to Diagnose & Treat and its Relation to LPR

Laryngeal Sensory Neuropathy
If you didn’t know neuropathy is when nerves become damaged in this case for laryngeal sensory neuropathy or LSN for short in the larynx area which is another name for the voice box. This is basically most of the throat area which is right...

Burning Mouth Syndrome – Can it be Caused by Acid Reflux?

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If you didn’t know burning mouth syndrome(BMS) is a problem where people having burning in their mouth area including their tongue, gums, lips and everywhere in the mouth, it can even affect the throat. It’s not only burning it can also be general discomfort,...

Why Gaviscon Advance is the Best Gaviscon for Reflux

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If you suffer from GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease) or LPR (Laryngopharyngeal Reflux) you will most likely have heard of Gaviscon. It commonly comes in liquid form from which you are meant to take after meals and at bedtime to help prevent reflux. It works...

Stretta Procedure and its Effectiveness for Fixing Reflux and LPR

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When someone has seemingly tried everything and wants to move onto the next step to fix their LPR or reflux the stretta procedure is definitely one that comes to mind. It is a preferred option not only because of its effectiveness in treating LPR/GERD( Laryngopharyngeal...

Why the Stomach Sphincter Plays an Important Role in Laryngopharyngeal Reflux (LPR)

Why the Stomach Sphincter Plays an Important Role in Laryngopharyngeal Reflux (LPR)
If you didn’t already know our bodies have what is known as sphincters or sometimes known as valves. These sphincters play an important role in preventing reflux and more importantly Laryngopharyngeal Reflux (LPR) which is sometimes called silent reflux. This is because said sphincters...