Heartburn Treatment Directory
Heartburn can usually be controlled through a variety of treatments. To begin with, diet changes may be needed. Certain foods and drinks may need to be avoided. Lifestyle changes can also help with treatment. Medications can help with stomach acid. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how heartburn can be relieved and controlled.
Heartburn Surgery Options
Find out about your options for procedures that help with stubborn heartburn and what results you can expect from them.
What Are Acid Reducers, and How Do They Help Treat Heartburn?
Find out what “acid blocker” meds are and how they work to tame heartburn.
Which Drugs Treat Heartburn and GERD?
You have plenty of choices when it comes to treating your heartburn. Find out all your options for OTC and prescription acid reflux and GERD medications.
Beyond Food: Other Causes of Heartburn and GERD
WebMD explains triggers and causes of heartburn and gastroesophageal reflux, or GERD.
Heartburn Surgery Gives Relief, Not Cure
Symptoms, Sleep, Eating Improved, but Drugs Still Necessary
Managing GERD and Heartburn
If you’re managing your gastroesophageal reflux disease with antacids by the fistful, it may be time to get serious about your GERD treatment. To get a sense of the current state of GERD treatment, WebMD turned to experts and to people living with the condition.
Tips for Occasional Heartburn
If you generally have an iron stomach, here's how to deal with occasional heartburn symptoms.
Treatment Tips for Frequent Heartburn
For people with frequent heartburn or acid reflux, these tips from experts may help bring relief.
Slideshows & Images
Slideshow: Cooling Heartburn Year-Round
WebMD shows you how to avoid or minimize heartburn during the holidays.
Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Understanding Heartburn and GERD
Take a visual guide through the digestive system to see how heartburn starts, and how it can be stopped.
Slideshow: Will This Give Me Heartburn?
See which foods may help or worsen symptoms and how other habits may affect heartburn.