Abdominal bloating (flatulence) is a phenomenon, a state, a possible sign of a disease, but in itself is not a disease. It is an unpleasant feeling of pressure in the stomach, causing stomach to be tough and swelled more than would be expected after food intake.
Causes may be in the way you eat (swallowing air when eating), problems with the stomach (gastritis, ulcers), problems with ulcers, problems with the pancreas and gallbladder (insufficient digestive juices), problems with small bowel (various inflammations which impede digestion), problems with large intestine (inflammation, excessive formation of gases). Essentially all of these causes can be: stress, allergies and intolerances to foods (eg, milk).
Bloating can be accompanied by pain, which is always in one place (eg, stomach, duodenum), or during the day moves, walks around the abdomen (gases in the colon that stretch the abdomen).
“Research has shown that vitamin D plays a role in the treatment of stomach problems. Especially important is demonstrated in patients who have problems with acid, irritation cancers and diabetes. The hormone D plays a major role in the gastroenterological tract. D hormone receptors are found in the teeth, esophagus and gastric cells that produce acid. Vitamin D is produced through the skin, the liver and bile and thus prevents the formation of gallstones.
D hormone receptors are located in pancreas,that acts produce insulin and a hormone insufficient D can lead to diabetes.
The first signs of a lack of vitamin D in the body are poor bowel movements, indigestion, bloating, constipation and irritable bowel. Insufficient vitamin D in the body can lead to problems of loss of “good bacteria” in the gut which implies a problem with digestion. In addition to vitamin D plays a role B vitamins as secondary essential vitamin for the proper functioning of the gastrointestinal tract, which is caused by resorption levels of vitamin D in the body. To the body to properly recover from the daily duties requires a dream in which the greatest role vitamin B5 and B12. ”
– If the stomach – it occurs to 1 hour after meals
– If the duodenum, gallbladder or pancreas – 1-3 hours after a meal
– After 3-24 hours – small and large intestine
The causes can be:
– The way you are eating (swallowing air when eating)
– Problems with the stomach (gastritis, ulcers)
– Problems with dvanaetopalačnim hose (ulcer)
– Problems with the pancreas and gallbladder (insufficient digestive juices)
– Problems with the small bowel (various inflammations which impede digestion)
– Problems with large intestine (inflammation, excessive formation of gases).
Essentially all of these causes can be: stress, allergies and intolerances to foods (eg, milk).
How to deal with the problem
It is necessary first to exclude from your diet foods that bothers most people: fried foods, snacks, food from the bakery, carbonated soft drinks. Do not combine simple carbohydrates with concentrated fat and concentrated protein – creates additional acid in the stomach. It is best to eat the food made in your kitchen. If bloating is repeated or when accompanied by severe pain, call your doctor. They can find a variety of allergy to casein protein from milk, eggs, peanuts, strawberries, etc., and can be found in intolerance with food: milk sugar – lactose, for example.
You can take tea carminative (mint, fennel, cumin). If the cause of increased stomach acid – wormwood reduces the formation of stomach acid. In order to protect the mucous membrane of the whole digestive tract, especially the small intestine, can be taken prebiotics (inulin) with probiotics (beneficial bacteria Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium).