Dehydration, heart problems and acid reflux are some of the most common ways alcohol consumption can cause chest pain. In most cases the pain goes away after a while, but in some cases alcohol related chest pain can indicate a severe health problem.
Read our article to find out more about the problem.
We all like chocolate, but for some people eating chocolate can be an unpleasant experience. Chest pain or excessive burping, coughing after eating chocolate might be a sign of acid reflux.
If you are experiencing such symptoms, read our article to find out what causes these and how to mitigate them.
Pizza is a popular food liked by many people. However it is usually full of calories, fat, refined flour, salt and some other stuff that are all detrimental to your body.
Read our article to find out why eating pizza might cause chest pain and what to do in this situation.
There are a number of fruits that are great for people having acid reflux. These fruits are characterize by low acid and high fiber/water content.
Read our article to find out what some of these fruits are and how they can help mitigate reflux symptoms.
Even though many people like citrus fruits like orange or grapefruit, they are highly acidic and cause stomach problems for those who suffer from acid reflux. Pineapple is another popular fruit that might worsen reflux symptoms.
Read our article to find out what are the most common fruits to avoid if you have reflux.
Meat is high in fat and take a lot of time to digest. Both of these can contribute to acid reflux symptoms for some people.
Read our article to find out why and what to do if meat causes stomach pain for you.
Milk can cause chest or stomach pains to people who have lactose intolerance. The high fat content of cow milk might also cause heartburn to people with acid reflux.
Read our article to find out why this happens and what alternatives you have.
While vegetables are an important part of a healthy diet, there are certain types of vegetables that are not recommended to people with acid reflux.
Find out what are the most common vegetables that tend to trigger reflux symptoms.
There are some vegetables that among other benefits, help to control acid reflux symptoms. Make sure these are part of your daily diet to avoid or at least mitigate chest and stomach problems.
Read our blog post about the most common vegetables that help reduce stomach acid content.