A podiatrist -- officially known as a doctor of podiatric medicine (DPM) — is trained to treat issues in the foot, ankle, and lower leg. They can help your limb work the way it should, reduce pain, and speed healing after an injury or surgery.
Fashion fix. Retire your skinny jeans and tight belt. You’ll be less likely to get heartburn if you wear comfier clothes. So unless your wardrobe has some serious stretch in the fabrics, give yourself plenty of digestion room.
Give your bed a lift. Raise the head of your bed so that your head and chest are higher than your feet. You can do this by placing 6-inch blocks under the bedposts at the head of the bed. Don't use piles of pillows to achieve the same goal. You will put your body at an angle that can add pressure on your stomach and make your heartburn worse.
Unwind before bed. Do something that relaxes you, whether it’s gentle stretching, meditation, prayer, or just taking a few deep breaths. Don’t have a drink. Alcohol can cause nighttime heartburn.
Don't go to bed with a full stomach. Eat meals at least 2 hours to 3 hours before lying down. This will give food time to digest and acid levels a chance to drop.
Stop the starters. Stay away from foods and beverages that trigger your heartburn symptoms. For example, onions, peppermint, chocolate, caffeinated drinks such as coffee, citrus fruits or juices, tomatoes, or high-fat foods bother some people.