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Can Acid Reflux Cause Dizziness?
Here's the ANSWER

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Probably only those who suffer from gastroesophageal acid reflux disease or GERD can describe the plethora of symptoms that acid reflex very kindly bestows on them. The journey from simple indigestion to GERD is not very long, save and except the fact that indigestion is confined within the thick stomach walls while acid reflux crosses the periphery, reaching much higher goals like the sinus cavities, creating sinus allergy symptoms mirroring dizziness.

However, the matter may not be that simple and therefore, should be explained in detail. The food that we eat or the beverages that we drink all go down to the stomach through a tube called esophagus, at the end of which there is a muscular one-way valve or sphincter called the lower esophageal sphincter or LES. The duty of the LES is to allow entry of all that stuff into the stomach or else keep totally shut. But destiny often plays otherwise.

Due to muscle fatigue or some other reasons that also include pressure from excessive gas in the stomach, the LES often fails to perform its duty by opening up. This minor fault on part of the LES causes major disruption in the GI tract when part of the acidic stomach contents reflux (flow back) into the esophagus.

Now, the stomach acid (Hydrochloric acid) is quite corrosive in nature and can damage or injure any body part that is not protected against it. Though it cannot harm its own home, i.e. the stomach which is fully protected by thick lining of mucus, it can nevertheless, create havoc in the esophagus as the esophagus has no protective mucosa to save it from the corrosive action of the fugitive stomach acid that has flown into it. Now comes the worst part of the whole story. The higher the acid climbs up in the esophagus, more is the damage done to it since the upper part of the esophagus is more sensitive than its lower part. As the acid touches those sensitive parts, it gives rise to a burning sensation to the affected person who screams that a fire is raging within the body near the heart which is commonly but mistakenly called "heartburn".

How acid reflux causes dizziness?

But the ascent of the acid is not halted there. It then starts affecting the larynx, causing hoarseness due to damage to the voice box, reaches the lungs, causing pneumonia and ultimately gets into the sinus, causing sinus allergy symptoms like dizziness, vertigo and related problems. So, the answer to can acid reflux cause dizziness could be a positive YES. Thus it can be said that dizziness is yet another symptom of the acid reflux problem.

The best way to solve the problem is not by treating dizziness, but by treating the main cause behind it - that is acid reflux. Conventional remedies fail in this respect, because they mostly try to fight the symptoms of the disease. But holistic remedies on the other hand, reach deeper into the body and try to identify all the contributing factors (acid reflux is complicated and can happen due to many causes) of the disease. Once this can be achieved, treatment is easy.

This is why you must always turn to holistic remedies when you are trying to treat acid reflux and its symptoms such as dizziness. Holistic remedies offer a better and a quicker treat.

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