For your health: Understanding heartburn signs, symptoms and treatments

From Thanksgiving feasts to holiday parties and events, it’s easy to overindulge during the busy holiday season. But if feeling bad after eating certain foods is becoming the norm for you – there is something you can do to find relief. First, you need to figure out what you’re dealing with – is heartburn, GERD or acid reflux. Dr. Tomas Davee, a gastroenterologist with UTHealth Houston and Memorial Hermann Greater Heights Hospital, explains the difference and how to prevent and treat common causes of heartburn on “Houston Life.” Visit Memorial Hermann’s website to learn more.

HOUSTON – From Thanksgiving feasts to holiday parties and events, it’s easy to overindulge during the busy holiday season.

But if feeling bad after eating certain foods is becoming the norm for you – there is something you can do to find relief.

First, you need to figure out what you’re dealing with – is it heartburn, GERD or acid reflux?

Dr. Tomas DaVee, a gastroenterologist with UTHealth Houston and Memorial Hermann Greater Heights Hospital, explains the difference and how to prevent and treat common causes of heartburn on “Houston Life.”

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