Exercise sphincter muscle | Exercise your muscle Ring.

Thursday, April 22nd, 2010

The term “sphincter muscle” represents more than one muscle of the human body.
For example: if someone is searching for the “anal sphincter muscle” but only types sphincter Muscle in the Google’s search box, he or she might be disappointed by landing on this page.
Although the topic of this post is about the “digestive sphincter [...]

Barrett’s Esophagus disorder explained in simple terms.

Wednesday, April 21st, 2010

Barrett’s Esophagus disorder.
Most people are unaware of the damage acid reflux can cause when it leaks back into the digestive tube.
To give an example, just one drop of acid stomach would eat right through a piece of wood.
The primary cause of acid baking up into the digestive tube, is due to a malfunction of the [...]

Neglecting heartburn signs

Friday, April 9th, 2010

I remember the first time my doctor told me I had GERD.
GERD is not some kind of infectious virus, it’s a chronic disease develop over time, because I ignored the warning signs of heartburns.
I really want to stress the importance of detecting GERD symptoms at an early stage. if you have recurrent [...]

Surgery for acid reflux | heartburn surgery

Wednesday, March 17th, 2010

Surgery for acid reflux | heartburn surgery
If you are considering surgery for acid reflux or heartburn surgery, please continue to read on and give yourself a chance to consider other alternatives.
The facts are that 80 to 90 percent of all causes related to heartburn surgery is triggered by the malfunction of a muscle ring called [...]