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Will gargling with salt water irritate acid reflux?
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Dr. Keegan Duchicela
Family Medicine
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In brief: No, it could help.
Gargling with salt water shouldn't aggravate acid reflux.
It could actually help by alleviating some of the inflammation in the the back of the throat and mouth that is brought on when acid travels up from the stomach. Happy gargling! cheers!

In brief: No, it could help.
Gargling with salt water shouldn't aggravate acid reflux.
It could actually help by alleviating some of the inflammation in the the back of the throat and mouth that is brought on when acid travels up from the stomach. Happy gargling! cheers!
Dr. Keegan Duchicela
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