HEARTBURN

Heartburn Medication Available in Sydney and Throughout NSW

Heartburn is an uncomfortable sensation in the chest that is commonly caused by acid reflux, a term used to describe when stomach acids regurgitate into the oesophagus. This can occur when you eat large meals or consume an unhealthy diet, but it can also manifest itself in healthy individuals.

How digestive enzyme supplements can work as a heartburn remedy

 Digestive enzyme supplements such as Clinicals Health’s N-zyme complex are taken to support the digestive system. Digestive enzymes are responsible for breaking down foods in the stomach, which in turn helps reduce the risk of acid reflux.

Our body gets enzymes both through natural production and in the foods that we eat: those with unhealthy eating habits often experience heartburn due to the lack of nutrients they are getting through their diet, along with the difficulty the body has digesting heavily processed foods.

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However, as said above, even healthy individuals can suffer from heartburn if their body does not produce enough digestive enzymes, which can occur as a result of a natural predisposition. This makes it harder for the body to digest food which can in turn lead to acid reflux and heartburn. This difficulty in breaking down foods is often the reason that certain individuals are deficient in vitamins or minerals despite consuming healthy foods as part of a balanced diet.

Reduce the discomfort of heartburn and improve your quality of life

N-zyme complex is rich in the enzymes required for digestion of fat, protein, carbohydrates and dairy. As a result, it can be taken as heartburn medication or to relieve conditions such as lactose intolerance, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), bloating and more.

If you suffer from persistent or severe heartburn, please book an appointment with your GP.

N-zyme heartburn medication is available in Sydney and all over Australia. If you would like to find out more about the supplement or make an enquiry of any kind, please don’t hesitate to contact Clinicals Health. You can also have a read of our blog for relevant news and articles.