Welcome to our digital heartburn library. Whether you're trying to debunk common myths or searching for answers to a good night's rest, here, you can learn more about your symptoms to better treat your heartburn.
What Is Heartburn?
Heartburn is the uncomfortable burning sensation in the chest when stomach acid flows backward from your stomach to your esophagus. Learn about how it occurs here.
Heartburn vs. Acid Reflux vs. GERD
Are heartburn, acid reflux, and GERD the same? Not exactly. Read more about the differences between these conditions, as well as their symptoms and causes.
Common Heartburn Myths
When it comes to heartburn, it can be difficult to separate what’s fact from fiction. Understand the truth behind these common heartburn myths.
What Causes Heartburn?
Food and lifestyle choices can cause heartburn in anyone. Learn about common triggers that cause heartburn and what you can avoid to prevent future symptoms.
What Does Heartburn Feel Like?
Learn more about what heartburn feels like, common symptoms of heartburn, and how the symptoms differ from those of GERD.
Can Stress Cause Heartburn?
Dealing with major life changes and ongoing stress can cause or worsen heartburn. Read on to learn more about steps you can take to prevent heartburn symptoms.
Heartburn During Pregnancy
Pregnancy hormones can trigger heartburn or make symptoms worse, leading to discomfort after eating. Discover tips and tricks to stop heartburn in its tracks.
How To Get Fast Heartburn Relief
When you have heartburn, you want relief as soon as possible. Read about strategies that can help heartburn disappear within minutes and stay away.
Acid Reflux Diet Tips
Learn about the foods that may trigger heartburn and find tips on making helpful changes in your diet, in order to prevent and relieve heartburn.
Heartburn Home Remedies & Tips
Learn how small lifestyle changes can prevent or minimize your heartburn symptoms. Check out our top tips for heartburn prevention to find what might work for you.
How To Relieve Heartburn At Night
Symptoms of heartburn can often flare up at night, especially after a meal. Find out what may be causing your nighttime heartburn symptoms and learn what you can do to treat and prevent it.
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