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While talking the throat burning
I have been suffering from a throat burning sensation while talking for a long time . Gastro problem also.
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Most commonly this is associated with the gastritis and acid reflux. Be assured that it is not a serious condition and do not stress about it.
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avoid spicy and oily food eat small quantities of food every 2/3 hours drink plenty of water reduced stress by yoga and healthy habits like eating 2 hours before going to bed
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start anti reflux treatment soon. take breaks while talking do not speak loudly ( use Mick instead ) drink sips of water after talking for more that 15 mins
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It's related to laryngopharyngeal reflux. life style modification will help. avoid spicy and oily food.
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Yes due to gastric issue u can have the same problem.. kindly take proper treatment regime for the same ... And do some lifestyle modification
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