As Andreev noted, milk will only help wash acid from the walls of the esophagus. But the effect will be short-lived, plus milk can cause a new heartburn attack. The fact is that milk stimulates the production of gastric juice, which leads to a new attack of heartburn.
An aqueous solution of soda will not help because carbon dioxide is produced when soda comes into contact with the stomach. The heartburn will return, and the stomach will also enlarge.
“When it comes into contact with soda, carbon dioxide is produced in the stomach. The organ increases in size and the heartburn returns. Frequent use of soda is also dangerous by disrupting the water-salt balance in the body,” said the doctor.
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