The Cause Is Often Belching
My doc has been burping a week but it’s always stuck, why?
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Belching is a normal way for the body to expel gas in the stomach. The gas emitted consists of nitrogen and oxygen. The gas is expelled from the stomach through the esophageal sphincter, which is the lowest part of the esophagus (connecting the oral cavity with the stomach as a place for food to pass) that is directly related to the stomach. If there is a failure of the sphincter to open, it will make someone difficult to burp which results in discomfort, bloating or bloating in the stomach around the solar plexus.
Difficult symptoms of belching can be experienced by people with lactose intolerance, gastroesophageal reflux disease or acid reflux disease, sphincter disorders opening the esophagus and dyspepsia. Generally, symptoms of difficult belching will improve by itself so it does not require special treatment. You can make the following efforts to burp as usual, which are:
1. Eat quickly in large portions.
2. Drinking using a straw or drinking a lot while closing your nose.
3. Consumption of Bergas foods, such as cabbage, cabbage, apples, pears, carrots and others.
4. Consumption of carbonated drinks.
5. Perform standing and lying movements quickly.
6. Inhale through the mouth in an upright sitting position, then exhale through the nose while closing the front mouth cavity using the tongue.
Thus hopefully useful.