Finding reliable information on silent reflux can be difficult. The links below will help you.
When most people think of reflux, they think of heartburn. No surprise there. Dozens of TV adverts showcase medicines that promise relief from heartburn.
Silent reflux is less well-known. In this article you’ll learn about the biological mechanisms behind silent reflux, so you can better understand how it develops and how it affects the body.
It’s easy to confuse silent reflux with other health conditions, because the symptoms can be similar to what you might experience from pollen allergies or asthma. I’m going to share the most common signs to help you work out if you suffer from silent reflux.
Physicians use the Reflux Symptom Index (RSI) to measure how strong a person’s silent reflux is.
I have digitalized the test for you. It only takes a few minutes. Simply answer some questions about your symptoms to discover whether you suffer from silent reflux. Click the link above and take the test online.
Physicians often prescribe acid reducing medication - proton pump inhibitors (PPI) - for silent reflux. Those are the same drugs used to treat heartburn. Most physicians assume PPI can relieve silent reflux just as well.
But this assumption is wrong. All the latest studies show that reflux medication does not work for silent reflux. This article will explain why.
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