Yes. Tea is acidic (tannic acid) and can contribute to heartburn. The caffeine in tea can also aggravate heartburn.
Foods that are commonly associated with heartburn include fatty foods, spicy foods, citrus fruits, and some dairy products. Carbonated beverages and beverages containing caffeine can also cause heartburn. Though certain foods are commonly associated with heartburn, that does not mean that they will cause heartburn in everyone, or that they will cause heartburn every time you eat them. Individuals who frequently experience heartburn soon learn which foods they need to avoid.
Sodas are among the worst drinks to cause heartburn. Any carbonated drink has a lot of acid in it, and that makes your stomach acid churn up and create heartburn. A better choice of drink for a person who suffers from heartburn is plain water or unsweetened tea or coffee (although coffee can also cause heartburn because it has so much caffeine in it).
Foods that typically cause heartburn include spicy things or foods made with pepper, onions, or garlic. Also tomato products can make heartburn worse in some people. Eating late at night should be avoided. Caffeine and carbonated drinks can cause heartburn also.
For some people it will cause heartburn
Pasta sauces are good to avoid as tomatoes, garlic and onions can all cause heartburn and primarily make up most pasta sauces. Spicy dishes, alcohol and caffeine are also known heartburn triggers. Foods that are high in fat can also cause heartburn because of the way they are processed in the body.
The changes of your body may cause heartburn
The top 10 foods known to cause heartburn include; chocolate, carbonated beverages, peppermint, caffeine. cheese, nuts, avocadoes, tangy citrus fruits, tomatoes, garlic & onion and spicy foods. For more information you can refer to http://www.webmd.com/heartburn-gerd/features/top-10-heartburn-foods?page=3
There are no medical studies that show that hypertension can cause heartburn. However, many high blood pressure medications can cause heartburn.
Some food causes heartburn because they relax the lower esophageal sphincter which allows food as well as stomach acid to come back up into your esophagus. Food may also cause heartburn when the stomach produces to much acid upon ingesting certain things such as alcohol, caffeine, and spicy food.
Yes, smoking weed can cause heartburn, depending on your strain. Better strain=less chance of it causing heartburn.
It does in me.