This is always a problem with PPI, as they tend to cause rebound acid phenomenon,the moment you stop them.However you may try the following steps to over come this problem.
1....Reduce the dose of medicine gradually.
Start by cutting your normal dose in half; and two weeks later, half the dose again, and continue that way until you’re comfortable enough to do without the pills altogether. If you currently take the medication once daily, start your step down by taking the proton pump
inhibitor every other day. If the heartburn
flares between doses, take one of the over-the-counter H2 blockers as a stop gap arrangement to get you to your next dose. H2 blockers don’t seem to cause the same rebound effect.
2....take care of your diet.
Certain foods turn up the production of stomach acid like coffee, alcohol, tobacco, spicy foods, acidic juices like tomato and orange,and so should be stopped.
Stress increases the production of stomach acid by increasing levels of the hormone cortisol. Daily aerobic exercise
, adequate sleep and prayer or meditation
all help to lower cortisol levels.
Do it for 6 to 8 weeks.
If you don't get relief,consult a Gastroenterologist