Stomach Issues: No More Pain, Bloating Or Gas

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You are in a meeting, it is pin-drop silence and suddenly, your stomach starts making noises and you have no way out to save yourself from that situation. What to do now?. All that has been flashing through your mind at that time is why did I not think of taking a round to the bathroom before coming here?. What did I exactly eat? What to do now?. These situations can be quite embarrassing but, that’s a natural phenomenon and no one can escape that but at least we can learn better ways to stay out of those embarrassing situations. Whatever the symptoms you experience that are related to burping, passing gas, belly pain, or bloating while unpleasant or even embarrassing, know that these are all normal bodily functions.

In cases like these, we need to focus more on the underlying “why” factor behind stomach gas and other issues. Moreover, you need to understand what foods and activities will help you stay out of it. To know more, keep scrolling!

What Can Be The Reasons Of These Stomach Issues?

Stomach gas and bloating are issues that we all, sometimes in life, go through. Gas develops in your stomach mostly or in your intestinal tract. Gas in the stomach develops mostly when we inhale too much air while eating or drinking.

Other reasons you might suffer from extreme stomach issues can be:

  • Drinking too many sodas or carbonated drinks
  • Eating hard candy
  • Chewing gum all the time
  • Smoking

Moreover, many people might also experience gas symptoms after eating certain foods. The foods that can trigger bloating, flatulence, and other symptoms include in our stomach can be:

  • Broccoli
  • Beans
  • Cabbage
  • Cheese and other dairy products
  • Bread
  • Ice cream
  • Milk
  • Potatoes
  • Noodles
  • Apples
  • Soft drinks
  • Wheat
  • Coffee
  • Tea

To Get Rid Of Stomach Gas, Bloating And Pain You Need To..

Stomach issues specifically bloating and gas can be very disturbing. But, according to some health professionals, there are a few ways you can deal with bloating and stomach gas. Here are a few:

1. Stop Suppressing The Urge To Pass Gas

If you are sure that the symptoms you are experiencing are definitely related to trapped gas, do not wait or let it get worse. Go to a private place, let out a big burp, or find a bathroom and relieve yourself. The less gas there is in your system, the less likely it will be that you will be in pain

2. Visit Bathroom Frequently

If you feel you need to pass stool and you have a normal bowel movement please do not delay it. Waiting to go to the bathroom when you are in the comfort of your own home will be a bad choice as it will put you in a very difficult position. It might also lead you towards constipation and major upsets in large intestines.

3. Try Having Tea

Green tea or other herbal teas such as spearmint, ginger, and anise teas all have gas-reducing reputations which can help you with this condition.
If you suffer from conditions like chronic diarrhoea it is recommended to avoid anise tea as it has a mild laxative effect.

4. Have You Tried The Fennel Seed Remedy?

Fennel seeds reduce intestinal gas. Take approximately one teaspoon and chew them and observe if they are helpful for you.

5. Avoid All Those Factors That Leads To Stomach Issues

Once you have gas relief, it is very important to avoid eating and consuming those things that might cause you future episodes. The most common culprit of gas buildup is swallowing too much air.

Moreover, you can consume foods such as:

  • Lentils
  • Kidneys beans
  • Peas
  • Certain fruits (for example, apples, peaches, pears, bananas, raspberries, and strawberries)
  • Whole grains

Book An Appointment With A Specialist Gastroenterologist

Stomach issues can be quite upsetting and embarrassing. To avoid getting into situations like these, you need to consult a doctor as soon as you can because there is no going back once if it gets worse.

To talk to a gastroenterologist, you need to install Marham’s mobile app or call us at 03111222398 to book an in-clinic or an online consultation.

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Javeria Adil Chughtai

Javeria Adil Chughtai

A journalist and a medical researcher by profession, badminton player and photographer by passion. You can call me an artist but No, I can't draw you! 😀

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