Here’s what you should do.

While stomach bloating is an extremely common problem that happens to everyone in America, it can become rather frequent for some Americans and it can be very uncomfortable.

Here are some steps from Wikihow that you can take to reduce your stomach bloating or make the problem disappear for good!

Take Probiotics

Probiotics will balance out your gut bacteria. consume more foods like kimchi, pickles, and yogurt regularly to help reduce stomach bloated caused by bad bacteria. If you don’t want to eat probiotics, try taking a supplement instead.

Take Activated Charcoal

You will want to talk to your doctor before starting this, however consuming activated charcoal before or after meals will greatly help in reducing stomach bacteria. Make sure you follow the dosage recommendation given to you by your doctor or on the poll bottle.

Lower Your Meal Portion Size

Eating too many large meals in a day will put excess stress on your stomach and intestines. Also, when you eat too many large meals your stool spends too much time fermenting inside of you and produces excess gas. Try cutting back on large meals by eating small snacks in between breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Eat Less Fiber

Fiber naturally causes your body to produce more gas, this will lead to stomach bloating. Be sure to avoid foods such as pears, asparagus, brussels sprouts, and artichokes.

Limit Fizzy Drinks and Artificial Sweeteners

To begin with, avoid artificial sweeteners. Chemicals such as xylitol, sorbitol, mannitol, and maltitol Syrup all lead to bloating and gas. Also, beverages like soda and beer all contribute to excess gas production in the body and should be avoided of you want to prevent stomach bloating.

Exercise at least 20-30 Mins Daily

Something as simple as getting up and walking for 20-30 minutes at a faster than usual pace will help the body digest food faster and help you defeat stomach bloating.

Visit your doctor if symptoms persist

If these tips don’t help stop stomach bloating make sure to visit your doctor so he or she can get a better understanding of your medical needs and recommend a more specific treatment.

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