Gastric troubles have become very common today. Some changes in your lifestyle can prevent and overcome gastric trouble.
What are the symptoms of gas?
The most common gas symptoms are: Burning, gas elimination, flatulence and abdominal pain or discomfort. Gas symptoms vary from person to person.
It is normal to turn or burp, especially during and after meals. If you burp a lot, you may be swallowing too much air and releasing it before the air enters your stomach.
It is normal for gas to circulate between 13 and 21 times a day.
The swelling is a feeling of fullness or swelling in the abdomen. Swelling often occurs during or after a meal.
Pain or discomfort in the stomach
You may feel pain or discomfort in your stomach if the gases in your bowel are not circulating normally.
What causes gas?
The gases normally enter your digestive tract when you swallow air and when bacteria in your colon disintegrate undigested food. Your digestive tract may contain more gas if you swallow more air or eat certain foods.
- Swallowed air
- Everyone swallows a little air while they eat and drink. You swallow more air when
- Drink lemonade or tingling.
- Eat or drink too fast
- Suck hard candies
- Use soft dentures
The swallowed air, which does not escape from your stomach when you turn it, moves in your intestine and traverses your anus.
Eat easily digestible food by chewing each mouthful properly. Leafy vegetables like palak, Bathua and Methi be made in to paste and added to the dough for chapati and kept for 8-10 hours before cooking. Eat dry chapatis without consuming any water with it. Take warm water after about half an hour. At night take only milk and fruits.
Yoga asanas for gastric troubles
, Ardhamatsyendrasana, Vajrasana, Suptavajrasana, Makarasana, Pawanamukatasana, Halasana and uddiyanabandha are the best yoga asanas for gastric trouble.
Doing the above yoga asanas are useful to overcome gastric troubles. It is better you take the help of an expert yoga instructor while doing yoga. Please consult your doctor before starting yogic practices.