throat. Occasional heartburn is common.
when you haven’t eaten. You might feel heartburn after every meal. You may even experience it when you haven’t eaten.
your daily activities and hamper sleep.
acid during digestion. When you eat or drink, the muscles of the esophagus, which lead into the stomach, relax.
in people who are sensitive to them. Food triggers vary from person to person.
reflux or irritate the lining of the esophagus, causing heartburn. Certain supplements may also have this effect.
it’s due to medication. They can help you weigh the benefits of the drug versus the risks.
of having pregnancy-related heartburn may be even higher.