Is it possible for someone with a bad case of heartburn caused by relaxation of ls valve to have rapid bone loss due to the body needing calcium to alkafi/basify the peripheral where the acid is refluxing to?
I think a bad case of acid reflux the past 2 days caused my jaw to gain a groove on one side where the other side does not have a grove, and my wrists to are noticeably thinner. I am not sure if the jaw line was situated like that before but it seemed to fit the scenario. The reflux was rampant and was irritating my jawline and caused my whole body to feel like it was majorly over acidic. My bone structure is thin so even a small loss in bone material is noticeable in certain areas.
Also if a person dosnt intake any calcium with his/her diet then they wouldnt have any extra cellular reserves needed, to battle a case of acid reflux on this level except for grabbing materials from the bones? I was experiencing congested heart failure due to the lack of cardiac contraction which could be another indication of not enough calcium intake. I do not know the complexities surrounding calcium storage and ionization so this is why im asking what you think about this theory.