Reflux disease linked to epilepsy deaths: study

Reflux disease linked to epilepsy deaths: study

“Acid reflux could cause death during epileptic seizures, study finds” – reads the headline for a study conducted by researchers at Purdue University in Indiana. The new study suggests that reflux plays a role in sudden unexplained death during an epileptic seizure....
10 reflux tips for Christmas

10 reflux tips for Christmas

Too much rich food, alcohol and festive stress can trigger reflux symptoms, including heartburn, belching, bloating, unpleasant acid taste and nausea. Here’s our 10 top tips for surviving the Christmas season 1 Know your food triggers Avoid eating foods which you know...
Non-allergic rhinitis and reflux disease

Non-allergic rhinitis and reflux disease

Non-allergic rhinitis (NAR) is a condition that causes chronic sneezing, congestion, or runny nose but isn’t caused by an allergy. Allergic rhinitis is inflammation of the inside of the nose caused by an allergen, such as pollen, dust, mould, or skin from animals....
Gastroparesis and reflux disease

Gastroparesis and reflux disease

Gastroparesis means paralysis of the muscles of the stomach and is a chronic condition where the stomach can’t empty itself in the normal way and food passes through more slowly than usual. Slow, irregular stomach contractions can interrupt or prevent normal...