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Bloating may be related to:
Eating fatty foods. Fat delays stomach emptying and can increase the sensation of fullness
Stress or anxiety
A gastrointestinal infection
, blockage or disease
Irritable bowel syndrome
, a condition characterized by abdominal pain
or cramping and changes in bowel function
Conditions such as celiac disease
or lactose intolerance
in which the intestines aren't able to digest and absorb certain components of food
To reduce bloating, it may help to avoid or reduce the amount of gas-producing foods you eat. Many carbohydrates cause gas, and the following items are common culprits:
You can reduce belching
Eat and drink slowly. Taking your time can help you swallow less air. Also, avoid drinking through a straw.
Avoid carbonated drinks and beer. They release carbon dioxide gas.
Skip the gum and hard candy. When you chew gum or suck on hard candy, you swallow more often than normal. Part of what you're swallowing is air.
Don't smoke. When you inhale smoke, you also inhale and swallow air.
Check your dentures. Poorly fitting dentures can cause you to swallow excess air when you eat and drink.
. For occasional, mild heartburn, over-the-counter antacids or other remedies may be helpful. GERD may require prescription-strength medication or other treatments.
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