Home remedies that may help reduce and prevent acid reflux include avoiding trigger foods, eating smaller meals, maintaining a healthy weight, not smoking and wearing loose clothing, according to Mayo Clinic. Additional home remedies are to elevate the head of the bed and to not lie down after eating.Continue Reading
Foods that often trigger acid reflux include fried and fatty foods, mint, garlic, alcohol and tomato sauce, according to Mayo Clinic. Additional foods to avoid are onion, caffeine and chocolate.
Wait three hours or more after eating to lie down or go to bed, according to Mayo Clinic. If acid reflux is troublesome at night, it may help to elevate the head of the bed to help acids stay in the stomach.Learn more about Gastrointestinal Issues