See also: Hyperbole Hypertonic Hypertrophy Hypervigilant Hyperbolic Hyperborean Hyperventilation Hyperbola Hyperventilate Hyperbolize Hypergamy Hypertonicity Hyperopia Hypersonic Hypertension Hyperthermia Hyperglycemia Hypernatremia Hypersthenuria Hyperextension Hyperlipidemia Hypersensitivity Hyper Hype Hypervisor
1. Hyperacidityorigin [ˌhīpərəˈsidədē]
2. Hyperacidityorigin of acidityFrench acidité from Classical Latin aciditas from acidus: see acid
Definition of hyperacidity : the condition of containing more than the normal amount of acid : the condition of containing more than the normal amount of acid
High Stomach Acid Symptoms. It isn't just acid reflux that can be a sign of too much acid in the stomach. Heartburn, indigestion, stomach cramps and even an unpleasant sour taste in the mouth can all be signs of excessive acid.
Some of the most common causes for low stomach acid include: Age. Stress. Vitamin deficiency. Medications. H. Pylori. Surgery.