Omeprazole magnesium vs omeprazole

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Hi, For the past couple of years I have had Acid Reflux and have been on 40mg of Omeprazole ever since. The last year or so breakthrough symptoms have taken place. I rarely if ever get conventional heartburn, but I have a constant burn in the back of my throat. Best guess where the throat waterfalls down in terms of location.
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Conversely depletion of alkaline reserves (calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, potassium, sodium, zinc) causes digestive acids not to be neutralized properly thus hurting the intestinal lining and increased/prolonged acid buildup decreases the PH causing delayed emptying of stomach. Once delayed emptying has started it goes in loop and thus makes it difficult to recover unless you have understood the mechanism to deal with it as mentioned in this blog.
Conversely depletion of alkaline reserves (calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, potassium, sodium, zinc) causes digestive acids not to be neutralized properly thus hurting the intestinal lining and increased/prolonged acid buildup decreases the PH causing delayed emptying of stomach. Once delayed emptying has started it goes in loop and thus makes it difficult to recover unless you have understood the mechanism to deal with it as mentioned in this blog.
Keep an eye on what upsets you or look up on line about food combining and check PH foods vs acidic foods. Do some walking or light excercising and do not eat atleast 4-5 hours before bed. If your hungry have only a light protein snack. This even now is still a work in progress for me but I feel a lot better. I am trying to figure out whether getting this has caused what I suspect to be a succeptible area or pocket somewhere that may or may not heal with time?
This gate blocking by magnesium helps keep the nerve relaxed. If our diet provides us with too little magnesium, this gate blocking can fail and the nerve cell can become overactivated. When some nerve cells are overactivated, they can send too many messages to the muscles and cause the muscles to overcontract.
Please verify your dosage, then it might be better to post your actual test results in a thread of your own vs latching onto an old one, like this. You can post your thread, by clicking on the orange "post a question" button at the top of the thyroid home page.
Theres no particular order however I think its important to keep all the medications ie., aspirin/magnesium etc. seperated by atleast an hour. Another thing I should mention is that everyone is different and may experience or have this for different reasons. I like many of you have been check by doctors and they really don't know why I (or in a lot of case) people get this. Rule out any illness first.
It has also been said that you can't absorb zinc without magnesium. About the H2S...Here's the post that I've been spreading around. It does seem to be the same symptoms we are experiencing. H2s is oxidized in the liver, maybe we are not oxidizing it due to a faulty liver enzyme (similar to TMAU, the FMO3 enzymes specifically - I am currently getting tested) About Hydrogen Sulfide, I found the ultimate information page on it: http://www.atsdr.cdc.gov/toxprofiles/tp114.
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