Acid Reflux Cough

Acid Reflux Cough




If you have ever experienced acid reflux you know how uncomfortable it can make you feel. Well, image experiencing a more intense acid reflux burn this would be known as gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). Now don’t confuse these two as being the same although they do have some of the same characteristics, GERD leads to more serious health problems including wheezing, belching, trouble swallowing or chronic coughing.

Twenty-five percent of all chronic cough cases can be traced back to GERD. A cough can be caused by acidic and non-acidic contents of the stomach. For more valuable tips please check out the link below

Chronic Cough clues that could be caused by GERD

  • Night time and/or after meal coughing

  • Laying down coughing

  • Constant and consistent coughing

  • Coughing even though you don’t have asthma or post nasal drip

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