Man reacting to heartburn caused by acid reflux

Acid Reflux Treatment

What you can do to avoid acid reflux? 

Rennie is a fast-acting, effective remedy for heartburn and indigestion. When symptoms hit, Rennie quickly gets to work to relieve painful symptoms.

Rennie works directly on the cause of the problem - the acid in your stomach - to relieve acid reflux symptoms. Rennie acts physically and locally, rather than by entering the bloodstream.

Rennie’s antacid-based calcium carbonate and magnesium carbonate formula works fast, neutralising excess stomach acid, turning it into water and other natural substances. Rennie can be taken day or night to relieve the pain related to indigestion fast.

What you can do to avoid acid reflux?

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If you, like many others, suffer from acid reflux, don't worry: by making a few simple changes to your life-style, you can ease your symptoms. And don't forget: quick and effective medicines against the symptoms of gastro-oesophageal reflux are available without a prescription from pharmacies.

Eating and drinking: Try to sit down when you’re eating, chew well and take your time. Try herbs instead of spice, and eat cooked vegetables, yogurt, lean meats and fish.

Citrus fruits can be too acidic when acid reflux hits, but pears, apples, peaches and bananas can be easier on the stomach. Excess alcohol consumption is a trigger of acid reflux.

Sleeping habits: Elevating your head whilst sleeping can decrease the sensation of acid reflux. This is because the elevated position helps to prevent stomach acid from rising to your chest.

Work with Gravity: Try not to lie down within three hours of eating, when acid production is at its peak, because gravity helps to keep your stomach contents down where they belong.

Do you want to learn more about Acid Reflux? Read more about the symptoms and causes of Acid Reflux.

  • Breakfasts on the go: simple and healthy recipes and ideas
  • Is there a difference between acid reflux and indigestion?
  • Tips to combat stress
  • Heartburn triggers
Three healthy breakfast juices made with fruit and vegetables

Breakfasts on the go: simple and healthy recipes and ideas

Breakfast is widely regarded as the most important meal of the day - but many of us skip it because we'd rather push the snooze button and have an extra five minutes in bed.

However, just because your morning routine is more rushed than relaxed, doesn’t mean you can’t have a healthy breakfast.

Rennie Peppermint takes a look at the best breakfasts you can prepare in a flash and grab as you run out the door to catch your bus…

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Is there a difference between acid reflux and indigestion?

Quite often, the terms acid reflux and indigestion are used interchangeably without fully understanding the differences between the two.

There are in fact a number of differences between the two as indigestion is not, as many believe, just a milder form of acid reflux.

Rennie have taken the time to look into the two issues, and have put together this guide to allow you to understand the differences for yourself.

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Tips to combat stress

Stress can be a major contributor to heartburn or indigestion – which is all the more reason to adopt healthy ways of dealing with stress.

Thankfully, finding new ways to cope and relax doesn’t have to involve spending large amounts of time or money, there are plenty of things you can start doing today to relieve the stress in your life.

Rennie takes a look at some of the best things you can do to ease the tension…

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Heartburn triggers

Heartburn is an extremely uncomfortable experience that affects thousands of people across Ireland on a daily basis.

Also known as acid reflux, heartburn is a burning sensation in the chest that occurs as a result of stomach acid rising up into the oesophagus.

Heartburn symptoms can also range from burning in the chest to a sour acidic taste in the back of throat and is often triggered by foods many of us eat on a daily basis.

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