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  1. Tough Mudder 2015 - The Hop, Skip and Jump Foundation

    This year I will be running Tough Mudder on the 3rd May, in order to raise money for The Hop, Skip and Jump Foundation.
    This is a small charity, with not a lot of awareness about it, and it is dedicated to providing facilities for disabled children and adults for them to have fun and boost their self-esteem and confidence. It's a really great cause, and something I am looking forward to fundraising for.
    Tough Mudder is a 12-mile assault course, involving electrocution, copious amounts ...
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  3. What Is Acid Reflux?

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    Acid Reflux - Foods to Avoid

    What acid reflux food should I avoid? This is a question most gastroesophageal reflux disease sufferers struggle upon. Promoting healthy nutrition that is based on avoiding certain foods while increasing the intake of others has the potential to confer significant long-term health benefits among acid reflux sufferers. Lifestyle and dietary alterations are considered to be an integral and inseparable part of any long-term holistic GERD treatment.
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  4. What Is Acid Reflux?

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    Causes of Acid Reflux

    Acid reflux disease, also known as gastro-esophageal reflux disease (GERD), occurs due to the coexistence of several medical and lifestyle conditions. Physiological factors that trigger GERD include lower esophageal sphincter (LES) hypotonia (the gradual weakening of the LES), along with retrograde flow of stomach contents into the esophagus, and the level of sensitivity of the esophageal mucus to the reflux content.

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  5. What Are The Symptoms of Acid Reflux?

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    It is widely agreed among physicians and medical paraprofessionals, that initial diagnosis, mostly by using a typical acid reflux symptoms questionnaire, is necessary to ensure the most effective and quick treatment for this condition. Approx 70% of the acid reflux diagnostics that are based on the presence of typical symptoms are accurate. Since acid reflux, also called GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease), can cause patients a great deal of discomfort and result in severe complications, it is
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