Gas or flatulence problem are quite uncomfortable for many people because they tend to appear at the most inopportune time.
These uncomfortable companions occur when swallowing food, which is a natural process.
However, one thing feel a ‘gasesito’ occasionally, but having too much could be a sign of a disorder.
According to a research with the National Institutes of Health, the average person has 14 times a day intestinal gas.
Steven Edmundowicz, MD, chief of endoscopy at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, alerts people to the presence of excess gases.
So you do not flee…
Bacteria out of control
The bacteria ferment the food we have eaten. This is called small intestinal bacterial overgrowth. It is best that you realices a stool culture for analysis a gastroenterologist.
Irritable bowel syndrome
A main symptom is the gas and then constipation or diarrhea. Be careful if discomfort persists for more than 3 days and go to a doctor.
Ulcers and parasites
Gas and burps smell of sulfur can also indicate problems in the intestines, such as ulcers or parasites. Your doctor may order some tests to see if you have some of these diseases.
Allergies and infections
If you constantly have gases it may be because your body produces more saliva and it could be allergies and respiratory infections.
Your hormones are changing
Perhaps you’re beginning menopause or have a thyroid issue that may be causing gases.
Drink water and exercise can help you fight your discomfort, but it is worth it if your discomfort persist consult a gastroenterologist doctor to provide appropriate treatment.