Caffeine—a major component of many varieties of both coffee and tea—has been identified as a common trigger for heartburn and increases reflux.
Like smoking, caffeine ups acid production in the stomach and opens the lower esophageal sphincter.
So to avoid this you had to avoid caffeine especially on empty stomach
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