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What are different home remedies for Bloating? – Part 1

What is Bloating?
• Bloating is a general swelling in any part of the body; specifically it is experienced in the abdominal area.
• The diameter of the abdomen could increase either slightly or excessively.
• Swallowed air is the biggest cause of bloating as well as distention.
• Bloating and distention are different from each other.
• Excessive gas in the stomach could cause bloating.
• The gas in the stomach is passed from the body by belching, burping and flatulence.
• Bloating may be caused by swallowing a lot of air while eating.
• When a lot of gases are produced in the stomach due to gastric juices and stomach acids, can cause bloating.
• Stomach bloating is extremely uncomfortable and may even cause pain in abdominal cavity.

Symptoms of Bloating
The characteristic symptoms of bloating are:
• tightness in the chest
• abdominal pain
• diarrhea
• vomiting
• change in the bowel movement
• the stools become dark
• stools can even be bloody
• the consistency of stool may change
• increased burping and flatulence
• discomfort in the abdomen
• appetite could decrease
• incessant fatigue
• cramping in the stomach
• breathing problems
• pain in your heart
• hiccups

Causes for Bloating
• Eating at irregular times
• Eating too much fatty and greasy food
• Overeating
• Food allergies
• Aerophagia
• Lethargic lifestyle
• Stress and anxiety

– Diseases like
• Irritable bowel syndrome
• Celiac disease
• Visceral fat
• Dysmenorrheal
• Menstruation
• Polycystic ovary syndrome
• Alvarez syndrome
• Blockages or infection in the gastrointestinal tract
• Alcoholism
• Lactose intolerance

Home Remedies for Bloating

• The most effective home remedies for bloating are herbal teas.
• Brew chamomile, ginger, peppermint or basil tea.
• Add a few drops of clove oil to a glass of water and drink it every morning.
• This will help improve digestion and release excessive gases.
• Eucalyptus oil can also be used instead of clove oil.
• Boil one tea spoon of ground cinnamon with water and add some honey and drink it.
• Try chewing some fennel after you have finished your meals.
• Fennel seeds help the body release gas naturally.
• Eating and chewing your food slowly is a great way to avoid building up gas.
• Bloating and gas and IBS are also inter-related.
• Bloating and gas pains are caused when you overeat.
• Avoid foods that cause bloating and constipation.

1. Chamomile
• Drinking chamomile tea is very beneficial.
• Chamomile tea relieves nervous system and soothes gastrointestinal tract.
• This tea is best when consumed before bedtime.

2. Peppermint
• Peppermint tea is most effective.
• Drinking one or two cups of peppermint tea after meals is best.

3. Caraway Seeds
• Try adding caraway seed spice to more of your meals.
• Caraway seeds ease gas, indigestion and cramping.
• It also stimulates proper digestion.

4. Parsley
Adding more parsley to your diet is also a very good remedy.

5. Activated Charcoal
• Charcoal absorbs excess air in the digestive track.
• It also absorbs toxins which may be contributing to gas problems.
• Try taking a charcoal supplement before eating will help.

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