Heartburn meds not working? You might be taking them wrong
If you take over-the-counter remedies to deal with your heartburn woes on a regular basis, and the medication doesn’t seem to be working, this might be why: You’re probably not taking them the way you’re supposed to, according to a study conducted by researchers at MetroHealth Medical Center.
The study, published Wednesday in the American Journal of Gastroenterology, found that 61 percent aren’t getting the full benefit of the drugs because they’re not taking them the right way – right before a meal, with that first meal being breakfast. Cleveland.com (6/6/14)