What is Chronic Flatulence

First of all, we have to define what flatulence is and to what it is related. This problem is usually related to a diet or pathology; it means discharging air that is in excess in your body. This gas that is in excess is the result of problems in the digestive system.

What are the causes of Flatulence?

Foods like kidney beans, artichokes and in general food that is rich in fibers lead to overrun of bacteria in the stomach, thus the flatulence.

What food in-tolerances lead to Flatulence?

These are fructose intolerance and fructose intolerance. So, for example, eating pears, apples and dairy products make you suffer from diarrhea, flatulence and other symptoms that are very uncomfortable.
However, the most severe reason that leads to chronic flatulence are the digestive diseases, like IBS (irritable bowel syndrome)

How can one detect Chronic Flatulence?

Flatulence, also known as 'passing wind' differs from individual to individual and is determined by several causes such as diet. The signs of flatulence are belching, passing wind, loud and smelly flatus, rumblings in the stomach, bloating. Other uncomfortable situations than can accompany flatulence are constipation, anemia, constipation, IBS (irritable bowel syndrome)

How can we prevent Chronic Flatulence?

As we have previously said, a very significant cause is reducing flatulence. That means that foods with a high level of fibers are difficult for the stomach to digest and thus, excess results from this. What you can do to prevent flatulence is to eat and to chew food in a much slower manner that you usually do. Also, you should not abruptly increase the quantity of fibers in your alimentation. In addition, try to not eat food that results in excess gas in your body, such as cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, peas, beans, Brussels sprouts. You should also consider consuming less dairy product if you have a serious problem with lactose intolerance.

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