hiatal hernia symptoms

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hiatal hernia symptoms

You have nothing to worry about if acid reflux occurs once every month. However, if you are suffering from long lasting pain or more precisely, burning sensation around the chest area that last more than 30 minutes after eating, then you should seek immediate attention, this is one of the several signs associated with hiatal hernia symptoms.

Other common hiatal hernia symptoms are :

When you are having a hard time swallowing.

When you are having unnecessary burping or belching.

When you have unceasing chest pain after eating.

90% of all cases diagnose with hiatal hernia symptoms are not threatening and does not require surgery. Actually, you could considerably reduce the pain associated with these symptoms by taking prescribe medications, or you could alternatively try a different approach which involves simple do it yourself massage technique.

massage technique for hiatal hernia symptoms

massage technique for hiatal hernia symptoms

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Here is a brief explanation to understand better what happens when you have hiatal hernia symptoms;
The esophagus(commonly called Food pipe), is the organ where food travels from your mouth down to your stomach. The diaphragm located between the chest and the stomach are separated by a valve called the hiatus. The esophagus passes from your chest through the hiatus and down to your stomach.

Hiatal hernia happens when part of the stomach suddenly moves upwards through the hiatus and into the chest area.

It’s interesting to note that most people don’t even know when a small portion of the stomach has slipped into the chest area. They actually don’t even feel nothing and most often unexpectedly discover hiatal hernia when passing an examination for something else. However, when a bigger portion of the stomach is strangled by the hiatus, you might feel consistent pain, because blood is not circulating regularly into the stomach, and that’s when complications begin.

So if you are suffering from persistent hiatal hernia symptoms you should immediately consult with your doctor.

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