Stomach Feels Full After Sitting?
Want to ask the doctor, lately my stomach feels full after sitting on the TDK thing, even though it feels a little but feels full, but isn’t it really bloating or not? What is it because of what because my weight factor is increasing ???
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Stomach feels full generally caused by swallowed air or gas that is formed during the process of digesting food, especially foods with high fat and less food with fiber.
The following are common causes of abdominal pain and what can be done
Constipation is a problem, so try to:
Consume lots of fluids and fiber-rich foods.
More active moves, such as walking 20-30 minutes each day, can facilitate the work of the intestine
Intolerance or difficulty digesting certain foods can cause a full stomach when there is gas from food that is trapped in the stomach, the intestine is not completely empty. Some things done
Certain vegetables and fruits that contain sugar can cause stomach upset, such as beans, broccoli, onions, cabbage, and bean sprouts. But do not reduce the daily portion of fiber.
Artificial sweeteners, such as sorbitol, and fructose, as well as natural sweeteners, are difficult or cannot be digested by the body. Limit consumption of foods containing these sweeteners.
Milk and dairy products can cause a full stomach if lactose intolerance.
Whole grain foods that are recommended for health can sometimes cause a full stomach.
Inflammatory bowel syndrome or IBS is a common intestinal disorder, but difficult to detect. Stomach upset, constipation, and pain in the upper abdomen are symptoms that are commonly felt in people with irritable bowel syndrome. According to research, this condition can be caused by hormonal changes, stress, and nerve signal disorders. To relieve symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome. The step is to stop smoking, reduce stress, avoid consumption of caffeine and vegetables such as cabbage and nuts, and exercise routine.
that need to watch out for is when the stomach is becoming a persistent symptom and does not heal. Beware also if the stomach is accompanied by other symptoms, such as fever, diarrhea, weight loss, abdominal pain, and bloody bowel movements. If you feel these symptoms, consult your doctor for further examination and get treatment.
That's the thing we can say. Thanks.