So why do you always let GERB manage your life? You know, it’s a choice. You don’t have to live with that. After all, this is 2012 – we have come a long way baby!
Things are not what they used to be:
No more heartburn
No more sitting by the bed at 2 a.m., waiting for the acid to rise.
No more burning chest
No more bloating
More farmers and farmers
No more suffocation or dry cough
More gas (hmm)
No more sore throat and sensitive teeth (if you still have teeth)
No more bouts of anxiety or other sickening and unpleasant sensations.
Let’s start by focusing on getting our mind (and mouth) out of the toilet and putting it where it should be – in a good place. So where is this place for you? If you could wave a realistic wand and truly live without acid reflux and GERD, what would it be for you? How would you feel what that would mean to you?
You can do it. Anyone could be there. It’s all about choice. Choose control over your life, your health and your money. You can give your all and let others control it, or you can take it yourself – now – today!
Personally, I believe that only morons prefer to live with GERD. But at the same time know that getting rid of GERD is also not easy. By that I mean that if you want to get rid of GERD, you have to be responsible and take responsibility for your body – especially the part that’s called your mouth – side, mouth, mouth, mouth, pot – whatever you call – look what you’re wearing! No stories. Whether you choose to get rid of GERD or not is a good thing. Do we see him here face to face?
This is a step in the right direction. Do you know this chest pain – the feeling that your throat is about to explode? Here’s a way to get rid of it.
Mustard! …………… What!
So what did you expect? A magic potion?
No, just a teaspoon of mustard sweet – the kind you put on your hot dogs. Yes. That’s it! Just put it on a spoon and swallow quickly. If you really don’t like mustard, take your time and enjoy it. It’s very simple. There’s nothing wrong with that.