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You are far from alone if you suffer from frequent acid reflux.
You are far from alone if you suffer from frequent acid reflux.
You think you’ve tried just about everything: eating better, quitting cigarettes, exercising. But you still have heartburn two or more days per week, and sometimes it’s pretty severe.

So you buy antacids that provide some immediate relief, but the relief wears off quickly, and you wonder if taking a package of antacids every day is good for you. Maybe it’s time you tried the “little purple pill,” Nexium, which you can order online or over the phone from

Persistent heartburn may indicate acid reflux disease, which is also known as GERD (Gatsroesophageal Reflux Disease). The effects of acid reflux can often be more painful and severe than ordinary indigestion and heartburn. It works like this:

When the lower esophageal sphincter – the valve that separates the esophagus and stomach – does not close properly, acid is allowed to back up into the delicate esophagus. In other words, acid reflux is the backflow of stomach acid and foods into the esophagus that occurs when the lower esophageal sphincter relaxes more often than it should, or at inappropriate times. Although, if you suffer chronic painful heartburn, you know that any time is inappropriate. This sphincter relaxation normally happens a few times daily in people without acid reflux disease, and why it occurs more often in acid reflux disease patients is not known.

The harsh stomach juices that are allowed into the esophagus not only burn, they can cause damage to the esophagus. Recurring acid reflux can cause Esophageal Erosion, or EE. Nexium can not only help stop the severity of acid reflux and heartburn, but can actually heal the damage done to the esophagus within one to two months when taken regularly.

Nexium is known in medical jargon as a “proton pump inhibitor.” The stomach lining contains millions of stomach acid-producing cells that have “acid pumps.” These pumps produce the acid that helps digest food. Nexium works by turning off some of these pumps, controlling stomach acid production. By reducing the amount of acid being produced, heartburn and acid reflux problems are brought under control, and the damaged esophagus gets a chance to heal as it is being exposed to the harmful acids less and less. In addition, when taken daily, Nexium can reduce the risk of developing a stomach ulcer caused by use of such pain medications as ibuprofen, aspirin and naproxen.

Acid reflux disease cannot be cured, but it can be controlled to a great extent, especially when Nexium is taken in conjunction with consistent lifestyle changes. You may actually want to begin to keep a diary of acid reflux occurrences, in an effort to help you identify triggers that can cause these painful episodes. Everyone is different, and what triggers your heartburn or acid reflux occurrence might be something that doesn’t bother someone else.

At, we want you to lead a happy, healthy, pain-free life. We encourage you to contact to find out more about how Nexium might be able to help you with your heartburn and acid reflux problems.

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