What happens when your doctor says you have some reflux tissue changes from stomach acid? But you never feel any acid and heartburn.
What is it? Reflux laryngitis is a type of irritation caused by some kind of chemical or acid in the back of the throat due to the backflow of stomach fluids into the throat. It mostly occurs at night when you are sleeping. About half of all patients that have reflux to the level of the voice box (larynx) do not have heartburn. One Medical Study found that some people report waking with an irritating cough, or burning in their throats.
Spicy, fatty food, and mints can make reflux worse. Also, going to bed with a full stomach of can make nighttime symptoms worse.
You should wait about 2 hours after eating dinner before you lay down.
Reflux laryngitis can be treated at home by doing the following:
Taking the Flanax Pain Reliever Tablets and Flanax Cough Lozenges together will help relieve reflux laryngitis.
Ask your doctor for other suggestions and tips on treating and preventing Reflux Laryngitis