Monday, February 12, 2007

Hiatal hernia may be the cause of our diets

Most people who suffer hiatal hernia has no symptoms. Hiatal hernia may be cause by previous surgery, aging, obesity or pregnancy. People with symptoms are heartburn or chest pain due to the gastric from our stomach being pushed up into the esophagus. Results to abdominal uncomfortable and regular belching.

Methods to avoid getting hiatal hernia is to avoid spicies, acidic and oily foods.
Alcohol and tobacco is bad for health and at the same time is parts of the causes of hiatal hernia. Try to chew your food to tiny piece before swallowing and eating more high fiber diet to protect from hiatal hernia.