Tuesday, November 06, 2007

Symptoms of hiatal hernia are mostly such as heartburn

Hiatal hernia affects both sexes equally. mostly people who suffer from hiatal hernia don't have any symptoms in the early stage. Hiatal hernia can occurs at any age but the highest risk people who will suffer from the hiatal hernia are the early people, people who are overweight, and weight lifting people. Hernia generally involves penetration of the internal organs through the protective muscle walls that surround them which involved the organ causing the disorder.

The symptoms of hiatal hernia are mostly such as heartburn, abdominal pain and discomfort and neusea. Uncomplicated hiatal hernia can be effectively cured by making lifestyle improvements. Portion your food consumption by taking less portion and more times, try to lose weight and do not wear very tight dress or cloth, stop smoking and drinking alcohol.


Rael said...

Good observation re link between
hernia and heartburn. And I
think its right since I have
both! Actually, the heartburn
hits once in a blue moon, like
when I rush through snacks. But
the hernia is now a real bother.
A personal Web research also
showed there may be no chance of
hernia-alleviating exercises
(well, at least as of the mid
2007, that is). More about
hernia at www.e-cureyourheartb

24hourapartments said...

I have sharp pains in my chest, and I was wondering if the hiatal hernia I have could cause this.

The pains resemble an ice pick in my chest.

My blood pressure and heart rate are fine.

Thanks for the ol' internet--cheaper than the Dr., right?


Aragorn said...

The other symptoms of Hiatus Hernia are:
Difficulty in swallowing

Read here:

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