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Can excessive heat be a reason of bloated stomach ?

i am regularly doing heavy exercise. i do exercise during evening. every next day from morning to evening i am having stomach bloating . i donot know the reason. what may be the causes? some people are telling this is due to excessive heat generated in body due to overstraining. if yes means how to cool the body?
Asked On : Fri, 29 Apr 2011
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Hello ram;
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The bloated feeling can be mainly due to 2 reasons either you have dinner and go to sleep with in half to one hour of eating ;second can be due to hyperacidity if you are doing overstraining while doing exercise.The care to be taken is to keep exercise smooth and don't strain too much and after eating dinner take a slow walk or stroll for atleast 20 minutes and never sleep before one and half hour after having food at night and have light food at night.I guess things should improve or else consult a doctor for examination and medicines for hyperacidity and bloating .
Answered: Fri, 29 Apr 2011
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