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Saturday, August 11, 2012

Human gases - the guard's health

As a rule, easier for us to talk about sex and rotten teeth, than the human gases. Even nature itself admits gases. But tell your doctor about your gas it is difficult. We try not to think about. And when the gases from the intestines come out against our will, we want to sink into the ground. How often produced gases and what they smell, decides to our diet. Sometimes, excessive "wind" - a symptom of the disease.The human body produces in a day - 180 to 720 g of gas. Physiology has its own laws. These figures clearly show that the amount of gas varies greatly, but the standards are broad. Gases accumulated in the intestine, odorless, and change as a result of fermentation. Each of us has a number of cultures of bacteria responsible for the digestion of food residue. The more problems with digestion and metabolism is slower, the more "spoiled" remains. Then produces more gases, including methane, as well as acids, gases that make extremely unpleasant. It is easy to see and feel that some foods in our diet have a major impact on increasing the production of gas in the intestines. Of course, depending on the individual, we have a large and small, the consequences of our diet. However, if an excess of gas is your problem, it is necessary to limit the consumption of cabbage and vegetables, beans, onions, beets, cauliflower and cabbage. Also note that the raw fruit, nuts, cereals, bread, hot spices, and even alcohol and sweets.
Of course, keep moderation. Among them, in fact, there are useful products, without which it will be a poorer diet and even harmful. You can not just delete all of the diet, but rather to patiently look for the culprit. Check what you have cause adverse reactions, and limit the pest, finding him a safe substitute. It would seem that a neutral food, if there is fat and harmful additives, may lead to a revolution in the stomach. Of course, such a menu for many of us is unacceptable, especially during the holidays or birthdays. Sometimes one has to "let the wind." This is understandable, but you have to reckon with the consequences. Fortunately, there are ways that reduce the effects of overeating. First of all, it is difficult to digest delicacies. Also ginger, marjoram, thyme, mint or fruit of juniper make digestion easier, and production of gas may be less. These herbs also act as a laxative, so that the mint or ginger tea during the feast would limit the production of gas, and then facilitate the safe removal. This will solve the problem of bloating, gas, and shorten the duration. Forget the lemonade. All carbonated drinks increase the likelihood that the intestines will not control the gases.Do you smoke? Often eat chewing gum? Maybe that's why you'll often struggle with abdominal distention, and then gases. During smoking, chewing or eating, you swallow a lot of air, and it completely disappears. When will you feel that the gases are literally explode from the inside, in a secluded spot, do exercises, relaxing the abdominal muscles. Gases leaving the colon more quickly. And this is a good time to get rid of them without witnesses. If your problem is not the fact and the amount of exhaust gases, but rather the fact that you have no control over them, make sure when it happens. For some people, regular coffee greatly relaxes the sphincter muscle, which contributes to the spontaneous release of gases from the intestines. If the exhaust gases up to 15 times a day is probably okay, although you may not like it. Slightly higher results also does not mean health problems, but did not stop checked by a doctor. Feel free to talk about it: he also admits "the wind". Consultation is recommended even when gas is too much, for no good reason. Bloating is particularly serious problem, and the same "winds" seem more malodorous. The excess gas and painful bloating can occur in people infected with parasites (especially giardia), patients with pancreatic, gall bladder, or suffering from irritable bowel syndrome. Sometimes it is even in people with kidney problems, cardiovascular system, or neurosis. In the case of the alleged cause of the gastrointestinal tract, the therapist will refer you to a gastroenterologist. On the choice of another specialist often decide additional tests (blood, urine, x-rays).

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