Overcoming Continuous Belching?
Want to ask .. I burp continually u0026amp; every time. Have taken inpepsa, lanzoprazole and promag but nothing has changed. Belching is not followed by other complaints, generally stomach pain. Thus, thank you for the answer
Thank you for the question.
Belching is one of the body's mechanisms to expel the remaining air in the upper digestive tract. Most belching is caused by frequent swallowing too much air, and this air generally does not enter the stomach but rather accumulates in the esophagus or upper gastrointestinal tract. Someone usually often burps when eating or drinking too fast, eating while talking, chewing gum, and smoking. In addition, this condition can also be caused by gastric acid disease, inflammation of the stomach, or bacterial infection of Helicobacter pylori.
Here's what you can do to reduce belching:
Eat and drink slowly and in a relaxed condition. Avoid soft drinks / Avoid chewing gum and other sweets. Avoid smoking. Small activities after eating, such as walking slowly. Treating diseases that accompany, such as continuing treatment that has been given. Hopefully this information can help and hopefully your condition will gradually improve.