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9 ways to relieve acid reflux without medication

Acid reflux can often be controlled by eating slowly, avoiding “trigger” foods and carbonated beverages, staying upright and avoiding vigorous exercise after meals, losing weight, sleeping on an incline, stopping smoking, and changing medications.
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