Of the more than 50 million American adults suffering from
frequent heartburn,1 many have come to find out that there's a real-life bogeyman. It's called heartburn at night. While frequent heartburn can occur anytime, during the day or night, heartburn often occurs in the evening or at night because acid is more likely to rise up when you lie down, especially within 2 to 3 hours of eating a large meal. Whether it's the meal itself or lying down too soon, the other problem is that it may affect your sleep. And this can start a cycle of events you would want to prevent.
Discover the foods that trigger your heartburn. Avoid them when you can. And try to maintain a healthy weight through diet and exercise. These are the first steps towards more heartburn-free experiences. When you need treatment for your frequent heartburn, Prevacid®24HR works for 24 hours, with one pill a day. When used as directed.