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How to reduce experiencing bloating

How to reduce experiencing bloating

For many of us experiencing bloating can be an uncomfortable thing that most of us wish to reduce.

Here at Western Women’s and Men’s Health located in Hoppers Crossing, we’ve come up with a list of things to keep in mind to reduce experiencing bloating.

Firstly let’s start off by talking about food.

When it comes to eating you may experience feeling bloated if you’re eating too much and can often feel uncomfortable afterwards. To avoid this try reduce your portion sizes slightly and chew your food a bit more to reduce the amount of air you swallow as well, since swallowing air is another key contributor to bloating.

Additionally, bloating can often be linked to allergies and intolerances of food.

It’s important to monitor what you’re eating if you experience bloating rather often, as this could potentially be due to an allergy or intolerance.

Where common foods such as fructose, eggs, lactose, wheat and gluten are common foods and ingredients which commonly cause bloating due to allergies and intolerances.

If you’re someone who fancies a drink on the occasion, be mindful to avoid having alcohol which contains increased amounts of sugar that lead to feeling bloated and uncomfortable.

Moreover, to aid in reducing bloating you can take probiotics to help reduce gas that is formed by bacteria in the intestines which act as a key contributor to bloating.

At Western Women’s and Men’s Health in Melbourne’s west, we’re passionate about improving the quality of life for each and every client, even if this may be education or providing quality advice.

To find out more or to book an appointment, call our friendly team today on (03) 8001 2044.

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