Tag Archives: Acid Reflux and Exercise



If bending down to do a push-up causes more of a burn in your chest than it does in your arms, you may be dealing with exercise-induced heartburn. This type of heartburn and acid reflux feels the same as other flare-ups of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), but what triggers the onset of symptoms is much different. [Read more]

Because of this, it may become tempting to stick with one conservative workout that you know will not be problematic, but doing so can quickly grow boring. If you become disinterested in and unmotivated by your fitness program, you won’t continue to get the same stress-busting, weight-controlling, digestion-boosting benefits. [Read more]

Gastroesophageal reflux disease or GERD can cause a lot of problems, like difficulty swallowing, consistent chest pain, heartburn and acid reflux. In Macon and Albany nearly 30 percent of the adult populations are suffering from obesity. Living with obesity is difficult enough, but being severely overweight or obese brings about other problems. [Read more]

As long as humans have gained weight, we’ve been thinking up new, unusual and often absurd ways to lose it. Because losing weight with diet and exercise can be very difficult, many of us are on the constant lookout for the next miracle weight loss cure that will provide us the most advanced technological solution for the problem of an expanding waistline. [Read more]