Taking Charge of Your Health

Hello, and welcome to my video. Today I’ll be discussing Natural Remedies
for Heartburn. Stick around till the end because…you’ll
learn more cool stuff! Let’s get started. There are many natural remedies for heartburn,
and many not only relieve your symptoms, but they also help prevent heartburn in the first
place. Sufferers will find that what works for one
person may not work as well for another, but all it takes is a little trial and error on
your part to find the ones that work best for you. Following are some natural, readily procured
ingredients that have relieved the discomfort of heartburn for many people. Baking Soda Baking soda is a known antacid. Studies have shown that baking soda helps
to neutralize stomach acid. Drink 1 teaspoon of baking soda dissolved
in 8 ounces of water to immediately alleviate heartburn symptoms and acid reflux. Bananas Bananas are famous for being a natural antacid. Eat 1-2 fresh or dried bananas to restore
healthy acid levels in the stomach. Chamomile Tea Stress appears to be strongly correlated to
heartburn attacks. To help relieve stress, drink a cup of chamomile
tea. The tea also helps to neutralize the acid
content of your stomach. Ginger or Ginger Tea One of the oldest natural remedies for heartburn
is ginger. It also helps relieve nausea during an attack. Studies have shown that ginger helps regulate
the production of stomach acids and gases while you digest, which reduces the amount
of acid getting into your esophagus. Include ginger in your daily diet to prevent
further heartburn attacks. Eating some ginger with your meal is enough
to do the trick, but if you dislike the taste of ginger you can drink it as tea. Apple Cider Vinegar Apple cider vinegar is a popular heartburn
remedy. Even though we think of vinegar as being quite
acidic, apple cider vinegar has an alkalizing effect on our body. This makes it one of the better remedies that
you can choose. The apple cider vinegar helps neutralize the
acids in the stomach, which prevents them from refluxing into the esophagus. Try a table spoonful in an 8oz glass of water
prior to eating, in order to avoid suffering from heartburn. Take the same dose as a remedy to relieve
a heartburn attack. Some people may prefer to take the apple cider
vinegar straight, although this method will definitely make you pucker up! You may have to experiment to find which method
works best for you. Turmeric Turmeric is a famous herb used in most curry
recipes. Although it might be known as an Asian flavor,
it also prevents acid build-up as well as stimulates digestion. Aloe Vera Juice Making a juice out of aloe vera is both soothing
to the stomach and is an effective remedy during heartburn attack. Slippery Elm Slippery Elm contains substances that can
thicken the mucous lining of the stomach thereby creating a barrier against the stomach acid. Pour a few tablespoons of slippery elm extract
into a glass of water. Drink this after having your meals and before
going to bed at night. Marshmallow Root Marshmallow contains mucilage which can coat
and protect the mucous membrane. When you feel like your throat and chest is
on fire, drink a cup of marshmallow solution. Simply mix one teaspoon of powdered marshmallow
root into a cup of water and drink your way to relief. Although over-the-counter medications are
convenient, home remedies offer safer preventative measures and they can also save you money. Used properly, natural remedies can stop the
pain and discomfort before they even begin. Hello again. If you enjoyed the video, I’d apprecieate
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