- Fatty and spicy food
- Excessive coffee, tea or soda
- Low fiber intake
- Excess salt
- LES Valve malfunction
- Hiatal hernia
- Alcohol and smoking
- Eating close to bedtime
- Lack of exercise
- Changes in hormone levels
The stomach acid constantly attacks the esophagus. Eventually, this might lead to an injury requiring surgery, or even worse, cancer.
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Digestive issues, such as acid reflux or heartburn can be the result of poor eating habits or a malfunction on the stomach valve, leading to oral health issues and bad breath.
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