Muscle Balancing for Gastro-Esophageal Reflux Condition

 HAMILTON BARHYDT / ELIZABETH BARHYDT


2001 CONFERENCE PAPER


Abstract:

The over-the-counter drugs most commonly advertised on TV are remedies for acid reflux, heart burn, or gastro-esophageal reflux disease (GERD). Most remedies at”e directed toward reducing stomach acid, while most people, especially as they get older, actually lack sufficient acid to properly digest their food. No one referred to the basic cause, or offered relief that dealt with the basic cause, a flaccid diaphragm resulting from chest breathing. This article discussess the use of muscle balancing to provide relief for this and related conditions.


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