Relationship Between Heartburn And Stress

Relationship Between Heartburn And Stress


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be notified whenever we publish a new video. Relationship Between Heartburn And Stress There are many reasons that could potentially
be causing heartburn. For example, several medical conditions have
been known to cause heartburn as a related symptom. Such diseases include Celiac disease, Acid
Reflux Disease, a hernia, and the removal of a gall bladder. However, these are not the only things that
can cause heartburn. Despite the many medical conditions that heartburn
can be attributed to, most heartburn is caused by lifestyle choices and can thus be prevented
by making changes in your everyday habits. Because heartburn is a digestive problem,
it is frequently caused by diet. Greasy and heavy foods, like chocolate, have
been known to cause heartburn. Also, eating too much food is a leading cause
of heartburn. Many smokers experience heartburn, because
a chemical found in cigarettes affects the esophageal sphincter and allow acids to pass
through more easily. Poor diet, smoking—what ultimately leads
people to engage in these damaging behaviors? Stress, of course! There has been found to be an indirect correlation
between stress and heartburn. Don’t Stress—It Could Prevent Heartburn Heartburn and stress are not directly related;
however, stress has been found to lead to many destructive behaviors that lead to heartburn. For example, many people smoke as a direct
result of stress. Other people deal with stress by eating junk
food that contains lots of fat and sugar. Still other people, who are known as compulsive
overeaters, deal with stress by eating excessive amounts of food. Many alcoholics, who deal with stress by drinking
excessive amounts of alcohol, hence they experience heartburn. For many people, heartburn and stress go hand
in hand. How To Prevent Heartburn It isn’t hard to
prevent heartburn—by preventing stress, you will in turn be preventing heartburn. This is due to the indirect connection between
heartburn and stress. It is important to find non-destructive ways
to deal with stress. Exercise is a great way to deal with stress
because it releases endorphins. It also keeps the digestive system moving
and can prevent gastric reflux disease. There are other ways to prevent heartburn
and stress. Eating a healthy, well-balanced diet is a
key component. Receiving a healthy amount of sleep also helps
to prevent stress, which in turn will prevent heartburn. Finally, it is important to deal with stress
in a non-destructive way. This means avoiding destructive habits such
as smoking, drinking, and over-eating. Caffeine can also be a contributor as well. If you’ve liked the video give it a thumb
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