The best bra for GERD or Gastroesophageal reflux disease is a soft cup bra. See which one of the following types you prefer.
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You may not be aware of the consequences acid reflux can have on your daily life. You know that it is unpleasant, but you are probably unaware of how much sleep interruption and discomfort you experience every day as a result. If this sounds like something to which you might relate, then read below for my recommendations in regard to an excellent solution-a bra designed specifically with these problems in mind!
The following passage explains some important information regarding acid excessive stomach acids going back up into the oesophagus and causing heartburn or GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease).
HEARTBURN AND A TIGHT BRA
A well-fitting bra can help improve your health. Tight bras are the likely cause of acid reflux, so it is important to get a proper fitting one for you.
There are some changes that you can make to your everyday routine. Wearing tight clothing, such as skinny jeans or a belt may cause acid reflux and other symptoms of GERD by putting pressure on the stomach area where food is stored after it’s swallowed.
To prevent this discomfort, steer clear from constraining clothes like shapewear which also put undue pressure on the abdomen areas around the waistline and hips.
Are you wearing the right size of bra?
Experts say that a loose bra can lack support, and tight bras have their own set of problems. Constricting straps or underwire may create discomfort in your shoulders and upper body over time. If your bra is causing pain, it could be an indication that it doesn’t fit properly for you!
Wearing constricting clothing will put pressure on the stomach and encourage acid to rise. If you notice that wearing tight clothes increases symptoms, it is time to loosen up!
The Wrong Bra Size
The latest figures show that between 70-80% of women are wearing the wrong size bra, putting their health at risk in the process. Experts urge all ladies to check measurements before buying and buy a sports bra for extra support when exercising or else they’ll be risking discomfort and even sagging breasts which can only be reversed by surgery.
Weight Management: Prevent Acid Reflux
Maintaining a healthy weight is important for many reasons, but as it turns out being overweight can lead to acid reflux. When you have too much fat in your stomach it puts pressure on the valve that separates your esophagus from your stomach (the lower oesophagal sphincter).
This leads to Acid Reflux, which is usually caused by eating or drinking something that irritates this valve. Smoking also leads to lower oesophagal sphincter dysfunction and heartburn during sleep;
In order to prevent this, you should elevate the head of your bed by 6-9 inches with wood or cement blocks so that acid has no chance of reaching your throat while sleeping.
Avoid tight-fitting clothing
Avoid tight-fitting clothing, like belts or waistbands. Tight clothes put pressure on the stomach and promote acid production in that area—potentially leading to heartburn while you’re awake as well! Make sure your bra is not too constricting either; this will also increase intraabdominal abdominal pressures which can contribute towards reflux symptoms.
Don’t lie down after a meal
If you do it will cause the food to come up into your throat and the food will go back through esophagus and enter in stomach. This can lead towards acid reflux symptoms during sleep time when head is elevated, which means that heartburns may happen again! So make sure not too lay on a bed or sofa.
Maintain a healthy weight
Being overweight is not helpful if you suffer from acid reflux because it can lead to low esophageal sphincter dysfunction and heartburn during sleep. That is why in order not get your acid come up, you should elevate the head of bed by six-nine inches with wood or cement blocks so that there will be no chance for stomach acids coming through throat while sleeping.
Eat food slowly and chew thoroughly
Eating you food slowly will help with better digestion and will prevent acid reflux from happening in the first place. Chewing your food thoroughly helps with digestion and prevents over-indulgence of acidic foods such as tomato sauce, citrus fruits like oranges or grapefruits which can lead towards heartburns during sleep time when head is elevated!
Avoid foods and drinks that trigger reflux
There are certain types of foods and drinks that trigger acid reflux. Every individual has different triggers so it is important to monitor what you eat and drink in order not trigger acid reflexes during sleep time when head elevated
Examples of food that can cause heartburns: carbonated drinks, tomato sauce (unless cooked at a high temperature), citrus fruits as mentioned before just like orange or grapefruit.