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Hiatus Hernia - Reflux - Indigestion - Heartburn - GERD

Hiatus Hernia Correction

Feel Energised and Greater Wellbeing
with an Hiatus Hernia Correction

An hiatus hernia is a condition where a portion of the top part of the stomach protrudes through the diaphragm causing insufficient digestion of nutrients and perhaps
symptoms of pain, heartburn, indigestion and loss of vitality.

You can stop treating the symptoms by correcting the hiatus hernia.

Research has shown that approximately 45% of the population at 30 years of age suffer from this condition.

It is important to correct this condition quickly as the gullet is not designed to resist stomach acid and long term chronic irritation may lead to cancer.

A portion of the stomach in an incorrect position puts pressure on the heart and the lungs. In rare and extreme cases it can mimic signs of a heart attack.

Mental and emotional factors contributing to an hiatus hernia can include worry and difficulty digesting ideas and life.

Physical symptoms always have an underlying cause of imbalance which may originate from the mind, the will, the emotions and/or the spirit.

As part of a holistic approach, discover the ease and wonderment of how quickly the source of the issues can be resolved to clear your symptoms.


Signs and Symptoms can be:

* Signs and Symptoms

* Side Effects of Antacids

* Care Following Hiatus
    Hernia Correction to
    prevent Recurrence

* Esophagitis (inflammation of the gullet)
  due to regurgitated gastric contents.
• Worse when stooping or lying flat and at
• Bloating
• Belching
• Bad breath
• Hunger pains but after eating a small
  quantity may feel full.
• A troublesome cough at night or the early
  morning may result from acid irritation
  extending into the back of the throat
• Indigestion
* Reflux of food and vomiting
* Palpitations
• Difficult breathing
• Nausea
• Heartburn (sometimes labelled as
  gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)
• Tightness of throat or sore throat.
• Shoulder tip pain; pain between lower left ribs
• Pain behind sternum
• The discomfort may rise into the neck
  and angles of the jaw and even extend
  down both arms. This may bring with it
  a fear of impending heart attack.
• A open Ilio-Cecal Valve often accompanies an
  hiatal hernia

Medication and their side effects.

The most commonly used medication taken for symptoms of acid reflux and burning are antacids. Antacids cause vitamin B1 and calcium to become deficient in the body.

This type of medication reduces the acidity of the stomach - of course this is the benefit a patient is looking for since they are suffering from acid rising into the oesophagus. Rarely is there too much hydrochloric acid - it is merely in the wrong place - in the gullet, The majority of patients show a lack of hydrochloric acid and by reducing the acid further hinders digestion and subsequent wellbeing.

The stomach's acidity keeps the number of microorganisms at a minimum and markedly protects against infection. Decreasing the normal stomach acidity may lead to a great increase of microbial flora of the stomach.

Side effects of Zantac and Nexium

Used to reduces the amount of acid the stomach produces. Common side effects:

• Inflammation of stomach lining
• Low magnesium levels (dizziness,
  abnormal or fast heart beat, jitteriness,
  tremors, muscle weakness, spasms of
  hands and feet, cramps, muscle aches)
• Bone fractures
• Headache
• Diarrhea or constipation
• Nausea
• Gas, abdominal pain
• Dry mouth
• Drowsiness
• Seizures
• Brain Tumour

Used to reduce stomach acidity. The following side effects have been reported:

• Headache
• Dizziness/vertigo
• Racing or slow heart beat
• Constipation
• Diarrhoea
• Nausea
• Vomiting
• Abdominal discomfort/pain
• Joint or muscle pain
• Impotence or loss of libido
• Anxiety
• Fatigue
• Brain Tumour
• Forgetfulness

Care following correction of an hiatus hernia to prevent its recurrence:

• A most common factor causing an hiatus hernia is the eating of Incompatible foods
  and drinks for your body type. They create fermentation and putrefaction causing
  bloating and/or irritation which can result in pushing the stomach upwards to form an
  hiatus hernia with heartburn, reflux or indigestion. As part of a holistic approach,
  a lifestyle plan can be individualised for you during the hiatus hernia correction

• After meals, avoid lifting or stooping for at least 1 hour - ignoring of such is a major
  common reason for creating an hiatus hernia, reflux, heartburn and indigestion.
  Reflux, heartburn and Indigestion are most common symptoms, however they may
  not be present.

• Avoid drinking during meals and for at least 1 hour after meals. Drinking with meals
  dilutes the gastric juices necessary for digestion an. Poorly digested food causes
  gas which increases pressure to push the stomach upwards to form an hiatus

• Avoid eating just before retiring to bed.

• Avoid tight belts or other constrictions around the waist.

• Implement new habits as suggested with the Wellness Coaching during the hiatus
  hernia correction.

• Practice 'time out' to discover the underlying reason for your stress. Unresolved stress can cause
  constriction of the abdominal muscles which is a contributing factor for an hiatus  hernia recurring.
  Become aware of your breathing pattern when under stress. There can be a
  tendency to hold the breath - so at these times, take slow, deep breaths.

Hiatus Hernia - Reflux - Indigestion - Heartburn - GERD

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