Belching, Gas And Constipation - 3 Primary Symptoms Of Digestive Problems!
Author : Claude Antonio
Submitted : 2012-03-05 18:04:54 Word Count : 745 Popularity: 238
Tags: symptoms of digestive problems, gas, constipation, helicobacter, lactose intolerance, gluten intolerance, ulcers, irritable bowel
The three principal symptoms of digestive problems are gas, constipation, and belching. In this informative article I will explain these to you and reveal how to get rid of them.
**Stomach and Intestine Gas**
Gas is among the more painful (and every now and then embarrassing) symptoms of digestive problems. I have had gas trapped in my intestines to the point of unbearable pain. And if you've had gas pains, you know very well what I mean.
Gas is the result of the fermentation of undigested foodstuff. So the issue actually isn't the gas, it is actually that the food isn't digesting properly. The solution to gas problems is always to resolve the root causes, which means changing the way you eat:
- Cut down on sugary food and carbohydrates. The hostile bacteria that cause gas flourish on sugar. Also, eating sweet food together with food that is hard to digest, for example lots of fat, can amplify the problem. Neither of these are good for you anyway.
- Pass up milk products. Milk contains lactose, a milk sugar that many people can not tolerate.
- Pass up wheat products. It truly is more probable than not that your symptoms of digestive problems are because of gluten intolerance or allergy. Try avoiding wheat products for a few weeks and see if there's an improvement.
- Do not ingest excessive fiber at a time. If your digestive system is not accustomed to fiber, it can result in gas, and sometimes gas pain.
- Pass up musical fruit (beans).
Constipation is a big problem in the United States. This is basically because of our fast food and refined food diet.
Another reason for constipation is just not getting enough water.
Constipation is literally just firm stools that do not pass effortlessly through your bowels. So the answer is to keep them soft with fiber and lots of water. So escalate your water and fiber intake and things should get better.
Oh, just one more thing. You must get some exercise. This will not only help fix your constipation trouble, but will enhance your overall health.
Belching is one of those symptoms of digestive problems that is often tricky to figure out. This is basically due to the many causes. Listed below are a few:
- Swallowing air (gulping)
- Inhaling through your mouth rather than your nose
- Emotional stress
- Effervescent drinks
- Food intolerances
- Stomach acid deficiency
- Food allergy
- Milk intolerance
- Just flat eating a deprived diet
So what can you do to remove belching? My counsel is to consider a complete approach to resolving your digestive problems. This would include changing the way you eat and what you eat.
To start with, eat slowly, chew your food well, relax as you eat, and consume the proper foods in the proper combinations. Eating the correct way and the correct foods can fix your digestive problems. And when you, do your symptoms of digestive problems will disappear.
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