CIMA Medical Center in Miami Springs shares some information about Signs of Chronic Reflux.

Reflux symptoms, including heartburn, are caused by stomach acid backing into the esophagus.

The esophagus is a tube that connects your mouth to your stomach that serves as a passageway for food.

When the sphincter โ€“ the โ€œdoorwayโ€ between esophagus and stomach โ€“ doesnโ€™t close tightly, reflux occurs.

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You may have the condition if you experience these symptoms at least twice weekly:

A burning feeling in your chest (heartburn).

The sour taste of acid in your mouth.

Trouble swallowing.

A dry cough

A chronic sore throat

Hoarse voice

More saliva in your mouth than usual.

Some people experience GERD or Reflux symptoms when they lie down after eating.

Others notice that heartburn and other symptoms arise after they eat certain foods, including: Chocolate, coffee, greasy, fried
food, fatty food, tomatoes, peppermint, alcoholic beverages.

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