For someone who has never been on a diet, I drink an enormous amount of Diet Coke. It is usually the first thing to pass my lips in the morning and, often, the last thing I taste at night. There’s no sound more satisfying than the hiss and pop of a can being opened and, a few minutes after my first sip, I feel my heart flutter. I blame late nights spent studying for university exams when I needed regular swigs from a two-litre bottle to prevent me slumping over my desk. That was a decade ago and I still guzzle four or more cans of the stuff every day. I only buy cans. Plastic bottles don’t keep it cold. Glass bottles can be difficult to find.
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On the other hand I have a hiatal hernia along with the acid reflux. My stress levels are through the ceiling, and won’t be improving anytime soon. My appetite is getting worse. To the point that I can go sometimes all day without eating. So what if anything can I do to improve my stomach, acid reflux, and hiatal hernia? In general sodas are considered to be very irritating to the stomach. They often do feel better going down but can cause more problems in the long run. I have found that coffee soothes my frequently sore throat but then I realized that all of my reflux symptoms are worse when I drink the coffee. At first I was surprised as I was thinking the irritant was caffeine and I drink decaf but it’s not the caffeine it’s the acidity. It is very concerning though that your appetite is so poor.