What a way to end a lovely meal with your Valentine — starting to feel that burn that starts in the stomach and roars up through the esophagus, literally leaving a bad taste in your mouth. It’s not exactly romantic, and it should be the least of your concerns on a day like Valentine’s Day when amorous intent might be in the air.
Holidays and other celebratory events involving copious amounts of food can be difficult for those who suffer from reflux. It seems like triggers are everywhere — chocolate, alcohol, extravagant meals. All of these delicious things are highly associated with Valentine’s Day, and unfortunately, they are tough to avoid.
The good news is that there are some handy tips and tricks to help you survive and feel well enough to stay perky for your partner.
For more tips, tricks, and helpful hints check out Ten Ways to Control your Reflux. Have a great Valentine’s Day and remember to always Rethink Reflux!