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How To Stop Gas and Bloating In Your Stomach Naturally

Updated on December 12, 2016

Home Remedies To Getting Rid Of Gas

  • Drink alkaline water.
  • Boost your fiber intake.
  • Balance the bacteria in your body by eating more fermented foods.
  • Drink lemon, chamomile or peppermint tea.
  • Exercise.
  • Stretch.
  • Take A Beano or any other medicine before eating or after eating.
  • Chew on ginger slices, soaked in lime juice.
  • Reduce stress. Stressing can cause the body to unnaturally produce gas or bloating from an imbalance.

Getting Rid Of Gas And Bloating

Do you feel bloated after eating? Do you get a tightening or gargling feeling in your stomach? What about excessive bloating? Here are some tips on how to get rid of gas and bloating fast.

There are times when you get this full feeling in your stomach and you try to find out what it is and minutes later you find out it is gas or bloating. It is because you have ate the wrong foods or you may have swallowed to much air. Whatever it is you can avoid it by using a few tips and staying away from having gas. Having gas is very painful and can sometimes flow throughout the body wrong which can hurt. If you are bloated, it will hurt even more but it is best to take some natural and healthy methods so this won't happen. Here are a few tips:

Stress and Anxiety- it can cause your body to not function properly and then you are stuck with stress and bloating. Try to avoid stress the best way you can by relaxing, taking deep breaths, or going to gym. This will relieve your stress so you will avoid being bloated.

  • Eating fatty foods- avoid foods that are high in grease because it will cause a buildup in your esophagus and cause your stomach to fill out. Avoid hamburgers, fries, potatoes, or any kind of starchy or greasy foods.
  • Make sure you chew your foods slowly instead of fast because you can cause excess air to fill in your stomach to cause the gas and bloating.
  • Avoid drinking sodas or liquor because this can also cause excess air or bloating because of the acid and carbonation in the drink, so drink plenty of water.
  • If you are a gum chewer, avoid it because this also cause for air to enter into your stomach to cause bloating and gas.
  • If you have irritable bowel syndrome or any stomach related issues, make sure you get it treated because most likely this is what is causing bloating and gas.
  • Also exercising every day can build your posture and muscle strength to increase better digestion, better blood flow, and better stomach muscles to naturally get rid of bloating.


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    • BlissfulWriter profile image


      6 years ago

      Excessive bloating can also be caused by a condition called SIBO (small intestinal bacterial overgrowth) which can be ameliorated by adding in good probiotics, avoiding sugar and refined carbohydrates.


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