We usually let ourselves go at the time of Aftari after a long day of fasting and eat as much food as our stomachs can hold; however, too much food in your digestive system could cause acid reflux (tezabiat), heartburn, bloating, and gassiness. We discussed how to avoid and treat acid reflux (badhazmi) while fasting in Ramadan, as well as how to stay fit and maintain a stable weight.
Acid reflux (tezabiat) happens when some of the stomach’s acid content flows up into the esophagus, or gullet, and pushes food down from the mouth. Heartburn, despite its name, has nothing to do with the heart.
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