Laryngopharyngeal Reflux

Laryngopharyngeal Reflux (LPR) is the flow of stomach contents into the area around your voice box.

LPR causes respiratory issues including coughing, wheezing, post nasal drip, mucus production and is often coupled with symptoms including a hoarse voice, feeling of something lodged in the throat, and difficulty swallowing.

LPR can contribute to other ailments such as inflammation of the mucus membranes, middle ear inflammation, post nasal drip, and asthma.

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Don was an acid reflux sufferer for more than 15 years. With a father and grandfather with the disease, and a medically diagnosed Hiatal Hernia he resigned to the fact that he would take acid blockers for the rest of his life. Dissatisfied with medical advice, he researched the root causes of acid reflux and by solving them was able to eliminate his acid reflux for good!

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