Anxiety cause acid reflux ?

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I had bad pressure in my chest that caused me to gag And to burp and I ate two tums which helped I was stressing earlier about throwing up I hate doing that ugh since I got sick a few nights ago I ate cereal a while ago and got bad heart burn JUST CEREAL REALLY ???

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    Yeah i get like that to gotta watch what you eat i used to eat everything now i can't because it might trigger this dumb anxiety im going to the behavioral mental health clinic to talk to someone because i can't take this no more
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    I get the heart burn too. I just have to watch what i eat. I can't eat bananas because it raises my heart rate, I can not eat chocolate it goes right through me i can eat anything that has dairy in it because it causes hemmrrhoids in me, i can not eat tomatoes or anything with that is acid like oragenges because my heart burn will act up and so will my stomach i can not eat fried foods because of stomah issues 

    I just have to eat bland foods like chicken, fish, crackers, bread, carrots, greanbeans, celery but it has to be cooked potatos i can eat and rice too. 

    Then there are times i can't even look at food because of stomach issues 


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    i got this too...the doctor gave me meds to slow down the production of acid in my stomach...coz it hurts so much especially when i'm laying down...
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    Funnily enough if cereal is the first thing I eat in the morning I often get reflux. Think it's something to do with the milk, if you have excess stomach acid milk can actually aggravate it, and not neutralise it like some people seem to think.
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