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Acid Reflux Therapy and Migraine – What You Need to Know

Exploring the Link Between Acid-Suppression and Migraine Acid reflux and related gastrointestinal conditions are common disorders affecting millions of people worldwide. To manage these conditions, healthcare providers often prescribe proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) and other acid-suppression therapies. However, recent research has found a potential link between these medications and an increased risk of migraines and severe headaches. Here’s everything you need to know about how and why antacids may increase your risk of migraine attacks. What Are Proton Pump Inhibitors...
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Millions Potentially at Risk of B-12 Deficiency

Literally, millions of people taking acid blocking drugs on a regular basis for dealing with their symptoms of acid-reflux (GERD – gastroesophageal reflux disease) run the risk of becoming B-12 deficient, which can result in troublesome side-effects. (Nerve damage/dysfunction, weakness, fatigue, anemia, memory loss, depression and dementia, just to name a few). The 2 most popular kinds of these drugs as either PPI’s (proton pump inhibitors, i.e. Prilosec, Prevacid, Nexium) and H-2 receptor antagonists, (i.e. Tagamet, Pepcid, Xantac).  Though through...
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