Learn How To Get Rid Of Bloating with Bloating Stomach Remedies for Bloated Stomach with Gas In Stomach!
00:00 How To Get Rid Of Bloating Stomach Remedies and Bloated Gas?
00:41 Signs And Symptoms Of Bloating?
01:28 What Causes Bloating In Stomach?
03:08 Bloating Stomach Remedies?
07:13 How To Get Rid Of Bloating?
09:29 How To Prevent Gas In Stomach?
12:16 Gut Biome And Bloating?
17:12 When To Seek Medical Attention?
19:18 Conclusion on Itchy Ears?
WHAT IS BLOATING OR BLOATED GAS:
Now, as embarrassing a topic it can be, we all can suffer from symptoms of trapped wind or bloating from time to time. But what exactly is it? Well, when we’re eating, drinking, or chewing we are occasionally swallowing small amounts of air. Some of this air is released by our body burping to get it out, but some of it can stay in our digestive tract. And it’s this build-up of gas that can lead to unpleasant symptoms.
With these unpleasant symptoms including a stretched, tight or puffy tummy, stomach ache, abdominal discomfort, feeling full, belching and flatulence, i.e gas.
It can often happen to us after we’ve eaten a large meal or have eaten too quickly. Common times to experience it can be after big holiday or wedding feasts or on celebratory weekends, but it can also happen to anyone after any regular meal.
Now, alongside these common causes, there are a few health conditions that can also contribute to experiencing trapped wind or bloating more often. This includes coeliac disease, irritable bowel syndrome, gastrointestinal reflux disease, having constipation, and having a lactose intolerance.
BLOATING QUICK RELIEF TIPS:
Here are some quick do's and don'ts that you can try for bloating relief, the video does contain lots more information on different things you can try in addition to these,
• Exercise regularly to improve your digestion and help prevent bloating – exercise can also help when you're feeling bloated
• Chew with your mouth closed to avoid swallowing air
• Drink plenty of water
• Eat foods high in fibre if constipated
• Eat smaller, more frequent meals instead of large meals
• Massage your stomach from right to left to release trapped wind
• Do not drink lots of fizzy drinks, alcohol or caffeine in coffee and tea
• Do not eat lots of foods that are known to cause gas, like cabbage, beans or lentils
• Do not eat large meals late at night before bed, or slouch when eating
• Do not eat lots of processed, sugary, spicy or fatty foods
• Do not eat food you are intolerant to, if you have a food intolerance
WHEN TO SEEK MEDICAL ATTENTION:
So, now you know all the best tips to relieve trapped wind and bloating. But what do you do if those tips haven’t helped you? Well, if you find that you experience trapped wind often, you get diarrhoea and/or constipation regularly, its accompanied by a stomach ache that doesn’t go away or comes back, or that the wind and bloating is starting to affect your daily life, speak to your healthcare professional.
Your doctor will be able to investigate any underlying causes such as irritable bowel disease, coeliac disease, chronic constipation, or lactose intolerance, as well as prescribe any additional medication if needed.
There are also some occasions that you should speak to your GP immediately, and these include if you have lost weight without trying to, have blood in your stools, constantly feel bloated or full, or have a swollen tummy. These can be signs of a more serious underlying condition that should be investigated straight away.
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