Sleep Beter Finally with Protonix
It is a familiar sight in many offices: a bottle of antacid next to the coffee pot. While it is seemingly illogical, many workers and bosses (the higher up, the worse it is) grab yet another cup of coffee and another fistful of antacids to get them through an overtime shift or a deadline. While the fact that this is unhealthy is obvious, unfortunately, it is considered at least a bit normal to have some heartburn, particularly stress-related heartburn, sometimes. Heartburn is considered to be almost mandatory among people of a certain age, and it is the main complaint of women in early pregnancy.
However, if your heartburn is so severe that it wakes you up and keeps you up at night, you might have more than simple heartburn; You may have GERD, which is a disease that is also known as erosive esophagus. The treatment for GERD is Protonix, which has been shown to work in over 95% of all cases. The disease itself can be quite severe if left untreated, and can lead to lesions forming on the inside of the esophagus. You will want to go to a doctor to see whether you have simple heartburn or full blown GERD for which the best medicine is Protonix, which stops the burning at the source and will allow you to rest at night.
Protonix has been shown to be quite safe and effective in treating GERD and acid reflux disease. It is taken as a slow-release medication, which means you may feel nothing immediately, but it will gradually ease your symptoms. You will be able to eat, work, sleep and function normally once again with the help of Protonix. There are a few side effects, such as headaches, diarrhea and indigestion, but they are relatively infrequent. Usually people do not take Protonix for more than a year, when the condition is usually healed.
Disclaimer: Cliff Schaffer does not personally endorse or support any of the comments made within the writings of this article.