Gaviscon

Gaviscon is a brand of GSK product that uses antacid for a fast relief of heartburns. Gaviscon acts in the stomach by balancing the level of hydrochloric acid that is naturally secreted. This product is also used to treat sour stomach and normalize health situations that result from acid indigestion. The main ingredients in the formulation of Gaviscon are aluminum and magnesium (alginic acid /aluminum /magnesium /sodium bicarbonate). Gaviscon is orally ingested.read moreSee less

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Frequently Asked Questions

Whilst heartburn and gas can happen at the same time, especially after a big meal, they’re usually separate problems that need to be treated separately.

 

Gaviscon works specifically to relieve the symptoms of heartburn and indigestion, so probably won’t help with excess gas.

 

If you’re feeling gassy, the best medicine to try is simeticone, which works by bringing together the small gas bubbles in your gut to form bigger bubbles that can pass through your body more easily.

Whilst heartburn and wind can happen at the same time, especially after a big meal, they’re usually separate problems that need to be treated separately.

 

Gaviscon works specifically to relieve the symptoms of heartburn and indigestion, so probably won’t help with excess gas.

 

If you’re feeling gassy, the best medicine to try is simeticone, which works by bringing together the small gas bubbles in your gut to form bigger bubbles that can pass through your body more easily.

Heartburn is that uncomfortable feeling in your chest, that feels a bit like there’s something burning in there.

 

So, it’s a burning feeling behind your heart… Whoever named this condition was really to the point, huh?

 

Heartburn isn’t usually serious and lots of people suffer with it at some point in their life, so don’t worry if you suddenly feel the burn, chances are it will pass pretty quickly and you can get on with your day.

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There are a few different causes of heartburn, which is one of the reasons why it’s such a common problem.

Sometimes, it’s hard to pinpoint a cause, heartburn just happens whether you like it or not, but some of the most common causes you can look out for include:

  • Certain foods – coffee, alcohol, greasy foods, fatty foods, and spicy foods are all common culprits
  • Stress or anxiety
  • Being overweight
  • Pregnancy
  • Smoking
  • Side effects from medication
  • A hiatus hernia

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There are various reasons why you might be suffering from indigestion and heartburn, such as certain foods, drinks and medication.

 

The most common reasons are the result of eating fatty, greasy or spicy foods, overeating or eating your food too fast, consuming too much caffeine or alcohol, smoking, anxiety and medications like certain antibiotics or painkillers.

 

If you keep getting indigestion, you might need to make some lifestyle alterations - try altering your diet to see if it improves and, if it doesn’t, speak to your GP for advice.