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Christmas season is a time for celebrations where people indulge in food and may experience Heartburn and Indigestion. Below are some fun tips to help you enjoy this season’s celebrations and avoid the unwanted symptoms of Heartburn and Indigestion.
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With these simple tips you can reduce some of the triggers which can cause Heartburn and Indigestion and avoid symptoms this festive season. You can share any of these helpful tips on Facebook with your friends/family and have a chance to win.
Turkeys may gobble, but we don’t have to! Slow down and savour every mouthful of your festive feast
Swap your spicy Boxing Day Turkey curry for a mild spice-free stew
Just finished a late night festive feast? Enjoy a Christmas TV special before you hit the sack
Head out for a stroll – it will help you digest your Xmas dinner AND avoid the washing up! #winning
Mulled wine, mince pies, chocolates and sweets? Christmas treats are best enjoyed spaced throughout the day
Get your stretchy pants ready to give you room to conquer your turkey feast!
Cheeky Christmas tipple? Try to avoid over indulging and have a ho-ho-ho happy Christmas
Rushing around ticking every item off your Christmas list? Remember to set aside enough time to relax and de-stress
Dashing to finish last minute Christmas shopping? Slow down when you grab something to eat
Time for Xmas pudding? Swap brandy butter with low fat yogurt for a healthy tasty alternative
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If you feel Heartburn or Indigestion after eating too much this festive season, you can try Gaviscon Double Action to relieve your symptoms. It is a fast, effective and long lasting treatment.
Gaviscon Double Action tablets/liquid/liquid sachets & Gaviscon Original/Liquid Sachets for heartburn and indigestion. Always read the label. If symptoms are severe or prolonged you should consult a doctor or pharmacist. Medicines can affect the unborn baby. Always talk to your doctor or pharmacist before taking any medicine during pregnancy.