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Sharon Gillson

Daily Life with a Digestive Disorder

By March 25, 2012

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Tips and stategies for living with GERD, hiatal hernias, and peptic ulcers.

  • Living with Acid Reflux Disease
    If you have been diagnosed with acid reflux disease (GERD), you'll want to learn how to control the symptoms. The acid reflux disease will still be there, but you can aleviate and in many cases, prevent the symptoms.

  • Living with a Hiatal Hernia
    A hiatal hernia occurs when the upper part of the stomach pushes through an opening in the diaphragm, and up into the chest. This opening is called the esophageal hiatus or diaphragmatic hiatus. If you've been diagnosed with a hiatal hernia, you'll need to know how to live with it.

  • Living with a Peptic Ulcer
    You've been diagnosed with a peptic ulcer. Your doctor will have provided you with a treatment plan which will include antibiotics or lifestyle modifications, or both. In the majority of cases, a peptic ulcer will heal in time with proper treatment.
November 3, 2008 at 2:24 am
(1) Sophia Jason says:

It is a sad fact that most of us will suffer from one digestive disorder or another at some time in our lives. Digestive disorders can result from a multitude of conditions, events, and environmental causes. The naturopathic doctor use variety of natural and conventional medical techniques to discover the root cause of the disorder and treats one’s body to bring back to good health in a natural ways.

November 3, 2008 at 3:13 pm
(2) Joyce says:

I have erosions in my esophagus, can it really be cured with diet and medication or will it always be with me for life?

December 18, 2008 at 11:26 am
(3) rob says:

i use aloe vera for my system,i love spiced foods so it work wonders for me

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