Homeopathy has been used to relieve heartburn for decades. Since the introduction of this field of medication in the 18th Century, it has progressed a lot since then and is now used in combination with other techniques like massage therapy as well.
Many certified homeopathic practitioners such as Dawn Bennett from Body Healing Power use various massage and homeopathic techniques to help with symptoms of heartburn.
What Is Heartburn?
Though the name might suggest a connection to the heart, heartburn has nothing to do with it. The symptoms are similar to a heart attack or a coronary disease but heartburn is indicative of Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease. It is caused by stomach acid refluxing back into the esophagus. This irritation can cause discomfort in the chest, below the breastbone in particular.
Symptoms of Heartburn
The key signs of having heartburn include chronic cough and pain as well as feeling a burning sensation in the chest. This can be caused or worsened due to the use of certain acidic foods, fruits or juices. Some medicines and health conditions like obesity or stress also trigger heartburn. Though acidic symptoms are quite common, it is an alarming situation when it gets severe and frequent as it disturbs the daily routine of a person. If it reaches to such a point, it is suggested that you consult a doctor.
How to Help with Heartburn
Heartburn can be looked at by implementing the teachings of medical science. While that is essential, a number of other methods can also be used and sometimes, are needed to be incorporated simultaneously. Dietary changes can be made and homeopathic remedies by professionals can be very effective too. For example, several testimonials can be considered from people who suffered heartburn or acid reflux. Mr. N. Shah from Mumbai is one of them. He suffered from heartburn for 2 yearsbut with professional and comprehensive homeopathic remedies, he was finally free from the constant pain and discomfort. Some of the most common homeopathic therapies include Nux Vomica, Arsenicum Album, Phosphorus, Pulsatilla and Carbo Vegetabilis. These therapies are used according to the personality and types of problems being faced by the client.
People usually try to reduce heartburn by taking over-the-counter medication and home remedies. Though they might work in some cases where the problem is mild but in severe conditions, such methods do not work and professional help becomes compulsory.
Additionally, what you eat and when you eat it also matters. Some foods and eating at times that don’t suit your body or don’t allow enough time for digestion can cause heartburn as well.
Some common practices have gained so much popularity among the masses that the common logic behind them is completely ignored. We are about to bust some of those myths about heartburn here!
Due to its soothing effects, milk may shield against the acids of the stomach but after some time, its nutrients might produce even more acid which can worsen the burning.
This might be new to you but the production of saliva due to chewing can work as a buffer against the acids refluxing into the esophagus. A study conducted by The Journal of Dental Research also supports this theory.
Looking for Help?
If you are looking for a professional for homeopathic or massage services, then Dawn Bennett can be of very good help. With years of experience in the field of homeopathy, she has a very extensive understanding of the needs and requirements of patients regarding various conditions and diseases. At Body Healing Power, Dawn truly believes that homeopathy and massage is an effective way to work with Heartburn, and wants to offer you a Complimentary Health & Healing Strategy Session at no cost ($63 value) today to see if homeopathy and massage are a good fit for your symptoms. Call her office at 651-429-9777 today to set up your appointment! Please indicate whether you would prefer an in-office, skype, or phone consultation.
Her area of expertise includes homeopathic services for depression, migraines, anxiety, fibromyalgia and menstrual issues to name a few. Dawn Bennett has a reputable name in this field and can be trusted with the health of patients.