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Author: Wangeci Kinyanjui

It is high time that people especially young mothers learn about baby acid reflux. The disease is proving to be a threatening situation to many as it requires the parents or whoever is taking care of the baby to be very keen to note all possible symptoms and causes of this health condition. Without doing this, the baby will have a very difficult time trying to convey the message that acid is burning since he has no words to output.

There are numerous symptoms of baby acid reflux that can be referenced to detect whether your child has the disease or not. Among these signs is frequent spitting. When acid moves from the stomach towards the throat, it tends to give the baby a burning sensation which irritates.The baby in turn tries to relieve itself from the feeling and naturally, spitting comes to mind at once and that is why you will find it being a common sign in babies experiencing acid reflux.

Continuous unexplained crying is another signal that acid may be back flowing from the baby’s stomach to its upper body part mainly the throat. As the acid is refluxing, more harm than good is being done to the baby’s tender tissues due to the corrosive nature of it. This brings about suffering and consequently the baby turns into whining and crying.Don’t always be quick to ignore the baby whenever it is crying because you might come to regret your actions later on when enough damage has already been done.

Other possible symptoms may include burping and vomiting, difficulty in swallowing, difficulty in breathing, loss of weight among others.Baby acid reflux is mainly caused by digestive problems. As the baby passes the bolus down the esophagus to the stomach, it is met by a digestive system that is not yet fully developed. As a result of this condition,ingested food is not adequately digested in turn, stomach pressure pushes it up through the esophagus and along with it, acid is carried too.

Another main cause of the disease is the malfunctioning valve that covers the top of the esophagus. Due to stomach pressure, food content is sometimes allowed to flow from the stomach and back into the throat via the valve. Body acid usually takes this opportunity to also move with the stomach content and thus finding its way back into the throat where it may cause harm.Research has it that baby acid reflux reduces and eventually gets to disappear completely on its own by the time the baby reaches the age of about one year. If the condition seems to progress then proper consulting is advised from your doctor.

Just to be used as preventive measures to avoid the baby suffer from the harm brought about by acid reflux are remedies such as elevation of the upper body part of the baby when sleeping in order to make it difficult for the acid to climb up to the throat area. Ensuring that the baby takes a lot of Luke warm water so as to flash away any acid content found in the esophagus is another prevention methods among many others.Let us help our babies lead a stress free life as they grow.

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About the Author

Wangeci Kinyanjui has been researching and reporting on Health Matters for years.For more information on baby acid reflux visit her site at BABY ACID REFLUX


Comments on: "Mothers,keep Baby Acid Reflux at Bay and Watch Your Baby Grow" (2)

  1. Hi, this is a well written post. I just bookmarked your content. To be truthful, even though I read a lot in this area. I still learned quite a fair bit in this post. Kindly keep up the good write up and I will tell my friends about it.

  2. Alexia Meacham said:

    When food is taken in as part of the digestive process, it will normally pass from the mouth to the throat, and then into the esophagus in order to pass to the stomach before it moves on to the intestines. At the opening that lies between the stomach and the esophagus is a small ring known as the lower esophageal sphincter, or LES. The LES functions to close off to prevent stomach acid from rising up. When it fails to operate properly, acid reflux is the result.There can be many causes for this to happen to someone. :

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