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Getting Fit with GERD

Tips to Reduce Symptoms During Exercise


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I was just told I had gerd. I never experience any problems that I knew of when eating. I do have a lot of drainage that allergy shots didn't help. I was told it's probably the gerd. It's hard to think I have this when I don't have the burning etc. Report
My GERD is actually helping me in a way. I've had heartburn and reflux off and on for years, and I am obese, but not to the extent that I once was. Recently, I started getting a cough and laranyx spasms most likely GERD related. I can actually run, but only for a mile at a time, and I'm pretty slow. My voice has taken a beating, and not being able to sing is a big bummer. So are those episodes of not breathing, "Trigger foods"- coffee, chocolate, candy in general, fried foods, and most red meat are much easier to give up when I literally feel like I'm being strangled when I eat them. Report
Thanks for the reminders, especially to remember my water! These are all good reasons to lose this weight. Report
I have chronic reflux and cannot do most yoga, particularly the poses that have me bent over and/or upside down. Pilates has been much more effiicient fo rmy condition. I also walk/jog on a treadmill with incline, strength train and love step aerobics. Report
This article is very helpful!! Good info to know. Report
Very helpful. Great advice. Report
Good article. Report
Walking in addition to my prescription medicine has really helped control my symptoms! Report

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