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- n. The condition of containing more than the normal amount of acid.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Excessive acidity.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. excessive acidity
A state of 'hyperacidity' occurs in the stomach, which affects the inner lining of the stomach or duodenum.
NSAIDs are really hard on the stomach so can cause hyperacidity.
The result is that even though the initial symptoms are not due to hyperacidity, attempting to stop the drug can create hyperacidity.
OR Talela Bhat (Koli) has criminal properties of causing hyperacidity.
The main causes of indigestion or dyspepsia are hyperacidity, which results from improper chewing of food and overeating.
Edit when I was in medical school the big debate was whether stress or hyperacidity was the cause of peptic ulcers.
The second most common cause of peptic ulcers is non-steroidal anti inflammatory drugs so stress and hyperacidity are at best in a weak 3rd and 4th place if anywhere still on the map.
A pulse faster than 80 is a sign of hyper-metabolism indicating a tendency toward inflammatory conditions, fever, hyperacidity, anxiety, stress, and possible heart or lung problems.
CAUSES: The most common causes of hyperacidity are stress and errors in diet and life-style.
Needless to say, antacids are not the approved form of treatment for hyperacidity.
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