Why do you get stomach cramps if you exercise too quickly after eating?
Hi RealHousewife. I am guessing that stomach cramps that occur too quickly after eating are the result of the generation of flatulence in the body. Similar to violently shaking a carbonated beverage and not allowing it to escape its container, toxic gases created by the food we eat are put under extreme pressure when we jump up and down. As the gas bubble expands in the intestine it can cause cramping, pain, and accidental sepage. It is especially beneficial not to take a yoga class after eating large portions of brocolli. It is not only sensible for avoiding intestinal cramps, it is just a considerate thing to do.
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Hi, I don't think there is a definite answer to this question, only lots of theories. The most reasonable I've heard is that the gases produced from digestion get trapped causing pain. Another one is that, after eating, the blood flow to your digestive system increases to help process the food, but it you exercise too early the increased blood flow must be re-diverted back to your working muscles. This could interupt the digestive process causing the pain.
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