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There are surprisingly many people who suffer from reflux esophagitis.
The prevalence of reflux esophagitis is 20%, which means that one in five people has reflux esophagitis.
In Europe and the United States, the prevalence rate exceeds 40%.
Surprise, isn’t it?
Reflux esophagitis affects 1 in 5 people, so it can be said that it is almost a national disease.
Is it reflux esophagitis? What do you do when you feel
“I’ll go to the hospital and get some medicine and take it.”
There will be an overwhelming number of people who say.
However, many people visit our clinic who are not cured even if they take medicine for reflux esophagitis.
Can reflux esophagitis be cured with medicine?
The answer is
Reflux esophagitis cannot be cured with medicine.
“The hospital only prescribes medicine, but does that medicine not cure it?”
“Then what are you taking medicine for?”
You may think that this is unavoidable.
Currently, there is no drug prescribed in hospitals that can cure the disease fundamentally.
So, what kind of reflux esophagitis medicine is prescribed at the hospital?
Reflux esophagitis is a condition in which gastric acid flows back into the esophagus from the stomach for some reason, causing inflammation there.
The medicine for reflux esophagitis is a medicine to suppress the inflammation.
At first glance, it seems that you are doing the right treatment, but it is not a fundamental solution.
This is because reflux esophagitis is caused by reflux of stomach acid.
The cure for acid reflux is the fundamental solution.
So how can we cure gastroesophageal reflux disease?
“What does reflux esophagitis have to do with posture?”
It may be said, but the relationship is great.
In the United States, there is no medical insurance, so medicines are not easily prescribed.
If you are diagnosed with reflux esophagitis in the United States, you will receive posture guidance instead of medicine.
That’s how deep the relationship between reflux esophagitis and posture is.
A good posture I recommend is:
If treated correctly, reflux esophagitis can be expected to improve in a relatively short period of time.
Place the back of your hand on your waist.
Tighten the muscles on both sides of the spine just above the back of the hand and arch the spine. there is).
“Is it okay if I don’t puff out my chest?”
Yes, please don’t push yourself.
Pushing your chest out can make things worse.
Specialized in depression and autonomic imbalance
Autonomic nerve specialist Nobuhiro Miyajima
Nishifuna Reset Manipulative Clinic
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