Understanding Acid Indigestion

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Do you ever experience times when it feels like your food just isn’t moving? It just seems to sit in your body, like a rock, like it will never digest. You might be suffering from acid indigestion. In this particular type of indigestion, the body overproduces hydrochloric acid in the stomach. Unlike heartburn, the acid does not irritate the esophagus.

What Causes Acid Indigestion?

  • Food high in fat content or spicy
  • Eating too fast
  • Eating to excess
  • Drinking excessive alcohol or caffeine
  • Eating just when you’re body is slowing down, late in the evening or just before bed time
  • Adrenaline pumps, blood races through your body and you’re on the move. But your digestive tract is not part of the rush and it actually slows its process. This can lead to indigestion.

It’s important to note that excessive amounts of acid in your stomach can irritate the stomach lining and eventually cause sores or ulcers to form. And with that, you should know that in the majority of the cases of stomach ulcers, a presence of excess stomach is not determined to be the cause.

Relief for Acid Indigestion

Organic Dandelion Root for Relieving the Symptoms of Acid Indigestion

Dandelion is an herb native to North America and Europe. But, isn’t that a weed? It is but for many years, Organic Dandelion Root have been used to purify blood and aid in maintaining a healthy liver.

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