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Everyone is talking about “mindfulness.” What are they all saying? Mindful of what? Eating? Sleeping? My surroundings? What’s it all mean? Well if you are a sufferer of acid reflux and you want to take control of your health issues, then mindfulness of life should be part of your repertoire. In a holistic world, being mindful of all different aspects of life should be considered. There are so many factors that can attribute to acid reflux. It’s not just about the slip of paper your doctor hands you with a list of foods to avoid. Many other aspects of your life can be contributing factors. In fact, it may not even involve food! I’m talking about lifestyle choices, exercise, stress and the list continues. So take a step back, and examine your life and how it can be better managed. Look at all the different obstacles and opportunities, and be cognizant of how you decide to handle them. By opening your mind and paying attention, you have entered the world of MINDFULNESS.

Author: Susan Berman

Susan Berman, M.Ed., CHHC, is a graduate of the Institute of Integrative Nutrition, a Certified Holistic Health Coach, and a member of the American Association of Drugless Practitioners. Susan works with acid reflux (AR) and silent acid reflux (SAR) sufferers, general practitioners, and GI-focused health professionals everywhere through her online programs. Susan is the creator of the Healing Acid Reflux online program, focused on natural healing through diet and lifestyle modifications, reducing or eliminating the need for medication. Take the Silent Acid Reflux Quiz, get program information, and contact Susan by visiting www.HealingAcidReflux.com.