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Frequent heartburn ruins my days and nights!

After we went out for dinner last night, I got a burning sensation right in the middle of my chest. There was also this bitter taste in my mouth that just wouldn’t go away. Both my symptoms continued through the night. I barely slept!

Feeling sick
Timing of heartburn

My experience with treatments for occasional heartburn.

I woke up this morning and took antacids, which I usually take when I get occasional heartburn. For about 2 hours I felt better, but after breakfast my heartburn come back.

Timing of heartburn

Later in the day, I tried acid suppressors, also a treatment for occational heartburn. They worked for a while, but my heartburn still came back. Now I see that maybe what I needed to try was a treatment for frequent heartburn.*

*2 or more times per week

OLEX to the rescue!

I picked up OLEX at the pharmacy. I couldn’t believe it, not only is it non-prescription but, in just a few short hours OLEX started to relieve my heartburn.*

I realized that there was nothing preventing me from taking antacids until OLEX kicked in. I just have to take OLEX once a day for 14 days. With OLEX, I’ve had effective relief from my frequent heartburn.**

*OLEX is not intended to give instant relief. You might have to wait 3-5 days to feel the full effect of OLEX on your heartburn, though some people get complete relief of symptoms within 24 hours.
**A 14-day course of therapy may be repeated every 4 months.
Olex for relief

I feel the difference.

I took OLEX once daily for 14 days and feel like a new person. Heartburn had been disrupting my days and nights. Now thanks to OLEX, I can have effective relief while taking it!

*Indicated for the treatment of frequent heartburn (i.e., heartburn 2 or more days a week).
Feel better

Take control.

Did you know a few simple lifestyle changes can reduce your risk of heartburn?

  • Elevating the head of your bed 4 - 6 inches. This prevents acid from rising into your esophagus while you sleep.
  • Avoid lying down for 3 hours after eating a meal.
  • Stop smoking.
  • Lose excess weight.
  • Sleep on your left side.
  • Wait a while after eating before exercising.
  • Avoid tight-fitting clothing.
  • Elevating the head of your bed 4 - 6 inches. This prevents acid from rising into your esophagus while you sleep.
  • Avoid lying down for 3 hours after eating a meal.
  • Stop smoking.
  • Lose excess weight.
  • Sleep on your left side.
  • Wait a while after eating before exercising.
  • Avoid tight-fitting clothing.
Eating tips

Eating Tips.

Some foods and beverages can also trigger heartburn.

  • Alcohol
  • Coffee and other drinks that contain caffeine
  • Fried or fatty foods
  • Spicy or acidic foods
  • Carbonated drinks
  • Citrus fruits
  • Tomato products
  • Chocolate, mints or peppermints
  • Onions

Beat heartburn.

Now that my frequent heartburn is under control, planning activities is so much easier! And if my heartburn tries to come back, I’ll know exactly what to do.

Do not repeat a 14-day course of treatment within a period of 4 months unless directed by your doctor.
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