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Stomach Pain & Acid reflux?

Posted by Paul Ashby

About a year ago I got a virus which left me with acid reflux, ive had it for about a year now but it doesn't seem to be going away. It was normally at its worst the night after I drank alcohol and smoked cigarettes in the same night. The next day it would feel like there was a lot of pressure on my stomach, a feeling as if i had just done a thousand stomach crunches. I havent had acid reflux like most people describe as i've never had heart burn from it. I get random stomach pains, muscle spasms and just generally feel ill now and again and I've woken up this morning with a pain in the upper middle of my stomach which isnt extremely painful, it just feels like its being pushed outwards. I rarely drink now and I smoke a lot less though I know I need to cut it completely. I have just spent two years at university living a not very healthy lifestyle so I thought that may have contributed to this. If you have any ideas please let me know.  
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I am from Philippines I suffer also of your sickness try to take 1 teaspoon of honey and 1 tablespoon of Apple cider vinegar dilute in 1 glass warm water and it make feel better..I almost take a highdosage medicine for my stomache and antacids but it doesnt work...and still you need to lessen to eat fatty foods and spicy and alcohol...and make little discipline on your food intake with moderate eating.. you can also dilute 1 tbsp honey with 1 tsp of cinammon powder in 1 glass of water....hope this will help you I already tested and it works.
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