Diddy, are you ok?!?
The entrepreneur visited his doctor in Beverly Hills on Wednesday, and as soon as he was seen leaving, we couldn't help but notice the forms on heartburn and acid reflux that he was carrying.
We know that running the city can be hard, but c'mon Diddy, you need to watch what you eat 'cuz indigestion problems ain't no joke!!
And while you're at it, lay off of the Ciroc because alcohol is known to increase the production of stomach acid, which in your case, is not good right now!
Let's hope Puffy got him some Prilosec because he needs to get well soon!!
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Tags: acid reflux, beverly hills, diddy, doctor, health, heartburn
Do you wear skinny jeans? If you said yes, you may want to reconsider.
The Wall Street Journal published an article on Tuesday describing the health problems that can come from squeezing your "cheese stick legs into matchstick jeans".
For men skinny jeans can cause: nerve compression, interfere with digestion, abdominal discomfort, distention, heartburn, belching a few hours after eating, lower back pain and lipoatrophia semicircularis or horizontal lesions around the thighs.
And women, don't think for one second these problems can't happen to you too! Not only can you suffer from all of the above, but skinny jeans have also been known to cause yeast infections.
No that you know the facts will U stop wearing skinny jeans???
[Image via AP Images.]
Tags: health problems, heartburn, lipoatrophia semicircularis, skinny jeans
Suffering from mild acid flux?
Breathing exercise can help ease that annoying pain.
A study of 19 adults with mild acid flux found that "belly breathing" exercises helped control acid reflux.
Medically named gastroesophogeal reflux disease, acid reflux when the stomach acid is backed up to the throat.
While the study proved that belly breathing could help, scientists are skeptical of the results due to the small size of the study.
Another detraction of the study was that only 11 of the 19 participants completed the study.
Some preferred meds, others were too busy and a few participants even admitted of being too lazy.
Too lazy to breathe?!
Scientists hope the study and exercises can be proven to help acid reflux-stricken people.
With that, breathing exercises have no side effect like medications.
Tags: breathing, food, heartburn, lungs, stomach