Gastritis and Reflux

Gastritis and Reflux

Gastroesophageal reflux disease is caused by the re-entering of content in the stomach back to the esophagus. Reflux’ cause is the coming of stomach content that includes acid, gall, and pancreas to the esophagus and disappearance of the stomach’s qualification of protecting itself from the stomach’s content by being in contact with it for a long time. At the lower side of the esophagus, there is a cover mechanism that prevents the stomach’s contents entering into esophagus. The most widespread feature seen in patients with reflux is the limpness of this mechanism. Stomach discharge malfunction or destroyed esophagus movement are other reasons that trigger this disease.


Burning at the back of chest bone at the chest
Bitter and sour taste in the mouth
Belching, inflation
Food wastes’ coming into mouth
Hardship at swallowing, sensation of getting stuck in pharynx
Tickling and coughing in the throat
Foul breath
Palpitation, sensation of pressure on heart
Breath shortness, sensation of breath insufficiency


Treatment is applied almost every day or every other day for 10-12 sessions. Session duration is for 30 minutes. After the first cure finishes, treatment can be continued for twice in a week for a period of 5 weeks. Depending on the improvement situation, treatment can be continued for once week or once in every two weeks. Treatment can continue for 6 months.