Symptoms of GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease)

Symptoms of GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease)

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so let’s talk about the symptoms of GERD what is GERD stands for gastro esophageal reflux disorder and basically in a thumbnail sketch it’s a chronic problem with the valve on top of your stomach it won’t close that well and all the acid kind of comes up now the problem with that is that there are certain enzymes in the stomach certain enzymes that are protein enzymes that are really really powerful that can break down a steak in your stomach that thing gets up there it can actually start dissolving the esophagus all it went up and irritate up into your throat and that’s why these are the symptoms acid reflux belching excessive saliva food gets or a feeling that food gets stuck in your throat sore throat hoarseness even a sour taste okay so those are some of the symptoms but you know if you look up GERD it’ll say well we don’t really know what causes it it’s an unknown cause no one really knows but let’s just look at the physiology I think it’s important to understand that there is a cause for every symptom and that is this this valve is linked to the pH of your stomach the physiology of what closes that valve is what the pH is down here normally the pH should be between one and three now let’s take a look at this pH a neutral pH is 7 anything lower is acid anything higher is alkaline so if it’s 7 and it goes from 7 to 6 that means that 6 if you have a pH of 6 that’s 10 times more acid than 7 okay so it compounds by a factor of power of 10 every whole number lower so 1/3 is extremely acidic okay as you age you lose this pH especially if you if you have any heartburn and things chances are you definitely your pH is probably four five six all right there are certain tests that could be done but a lot of times you have to request them and it’s hard to find someone to do a test to measure the pH but what I would do if I were you is I would take and acidifier and see if you get better like it’s a it’s an inexpensive way to see if that was the problem okay so if you need a good one a natural acidifier have one below the link below but what you want to do is you want to make the stomach more acidic so this valve will close and what you do is you take these vasila fires before the meal sometimes you will take start with like three four maybe even five at first and then you can take less over time but if this stomach is not between one and three this valve won’t close you’ll get undigested food get some gas all sorts of problems because we need this pH to digest protein and absorb minerals those are the two big factors okay hope this helped I’ll see you next video hey guys thank you so much for watching I really appreciate it please click the share button below and I will see you in the next video

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Dr. Berg talks about the symptoms of GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease).
1. Acid reflux
2. Belching
3. Chronic saliva
4. Feeling of food stuck in your throat
5. Chronic sore throat
6. Sore throat
7. Hoarseness
8. Sour taste in mouth
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