David Gray had big problems with LPR(Laryngopharyngeal Reflux) sometimes known as silent reflux and pretty much all the symptoms in the book.
The problem for him and many others was getting healthcare assistance that actually helped my problem – so he spent over a month creating a resource that goes in massive depth about everything acid reflux because believe it or not, 15-30% of Americans suffer from some form of acid reflux.
For some, it will be minor only affecting them on rare occasions, whereas for others it could be much more troublesome. Acid reflux is due to acid refluxing up out of the stomach and into the esophagus and even the throat where it shouldn’t be.
If you didn’t already know GERD stands for gastroesophageal reflux disease which is basically the bad form of acid reflux. Typically speaking someone who has more severe acid reflux may be deemed to have GERD.
One of the more common symptoms that affect people with acid reflux is things like heartburn and chest pain but you can also be affected with things like hoarse voice or sore throat which is usually more related to another form of acid reflux called silent reflux which in fact should be treated differently than regular acid reflux and GERD.
I will be covering everything about acid reflux and GERD below – including what causes acid reflux, the symptoms you may have, how to diagnose it and how it can be treated both naturally, medically and even surgically in more extreme cases.