Complete this simple on-line test in just three minutes and find out whether your symptoms are caused by a Hiatal hernia. Get an immediate answer of how likely it is that this is the cause. The test cannot replace a medical examination by your physician, but it gives a very good indication whether you have […]Read more
There is so much confusion about GERD, Silent Reflux, Hiatal hernia, LPR and other related conditions. In fact, one of them isn’t a sickness in itself at all. Read here about their similarities and differences, and the common problem that underlies them all.Read more
I thought that rocket salad and Parma ham would be the death of me.
It made sense to me that if weakened muscles may be the problem, there must be a way of strengthening them. It made sense why it would work. I was already familiar with the concept of neuromuscular adaptions from my workouts.
14 days later I could swallow almost anything. It was a huge relief that spurred me on to continue the exercises.
15. Oral neuromuscular training relieves hernia-related dysphagia and GERD symptoms as effectively in obese as in non-obese patients.
IQoro training is equally successful in treating moderately- or severely obese patients as in treating sufferers of normal weight. Obesity in itself does not seem to be a handicap in treating esophageal dysphagia and other GERD symptoms by IQoro.Read more
9. Effect of IQoro training in hiatal hernia patients with misdirected swallowing and esophageal retention symptoms.
Misdirected swallowing can be triggered by esophageal retention and hiatal incompetence. The result show that IQoro training significantly improves all the symptoms of hiatus hernia.Read more
Oral IQS training can relieve/improve esophageal dysphagia and reflux symptoms in adults, likely due to improved hiatal competence.Read more
The doctor told me that I should understand that they couldn’t treat me for something they couldn’t see.
I didn’t dare tell anyone, it was all just so unlikely. But in the end, I couldn’t keep it to myself and I told my mother.
It helped a little to talk about the difficulties, at the same time that it felt muddled. For even if I doubted myself, it was still obvious that the problem was actually in my throat.