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Achalasia cardia is the inability of esophageal sphincter to relax and allow the normal entry of food into the stomach.


Signs and symptoms

Patients experience discomfort or pain when swallowing. Discomfort worsens over time. Chest pain as burns may also appear.
During sleep, patients may experience coughing and return in the mouth of undigested food from the stomach
Patients with achalasia can experience weight loss.

Hygienic-dietary rules

Do not lie in bed earlier than 2 hours after a meal

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