Somewhere in the dictionary, after flattery and before flaunt lies that stinker of a word – flatulence. Somehow the mere sound of the word exudes as much discomfort as its meaning. Having gas trapped in one’s stomach and bowels causes a complete rethinking on just how good an idea it was to have takeout for lunch.
The flatulence definition matters not. What’s important is figuring out what the root causes are and how to quickly put an end to gas and bloating problems.
Be a sleuth. Like finding an allergy, finding what causes gas requires a little bit of detective work. Start a food journal to keep track of what you eat and drink. There are plenty of apps out there to help you, so no excuses. Keeping track of these things along with how often you pass gas, suffer from bloating, or have other signs that seem out of the ordinary can help your physician determine a diagnosis.
If your flatulence is painful and these suggestions don’t work, you may need to see a doctor. If so, take your journal with you. It will help him or her make a proper diagnosis. In the meantime, try to figure out which foods are causing your discomfort.
Changing what you eat and drink are an important start, but not very quick. On way to deal with flatulence and bloating is to take a widely available product or supplement, like CharcoCaps. Its anti-gas detoxifying formula uses activated charcoal, a safe, gentle and drug-free alternative that adsorbs intestinal gas and helps mitigate bloating. In addition to taking regular doses of activated charcoal, some lifestyle changes may be in order.
It’s important to note that before making any changes, you should first visit a physician for a complete physical exam. This will rule out any conditions, which could be more serious. Remember to take your journal! If you don’t have one, download ours.
– LiveStrong.com, What Are the Health Benefits of Activated Charcoal in Humans, https://www.livestrong.com/article/491915-what-are-the-health-benefits-of-activated-charcoal-for-humans/
– Cambridge University Press, Dictionary.Cambridge.org, “flatulence,” https://dictionary.cambridge.org/us/dictionary/english/flatulence
– National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases Health Information Center, niddk.nih.gov, Symptoms & Causes of Gas in the Digestive Tract, https://www.niddk.nih.gov/health-information/digestive-diseases/gas-digestive-tract/symptoms-causes#whatfoods