1. Don't eat 2-3 hours before you go to sleep
2. Put your bed at an incline (or just use pillows but make sure you whole upper torso is evelated
3. Don't take antacids that have Calcium in them (they cause acid secretion)
4. Avoid spicy foods.
5. Take nexium and expect relief in 2-3 days if severe.
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