Photo by amazingmikael from Envato Elements

Abdominal bloating is a problem that can occur in people of all ages. It is characterized by abdominal discomfort and feeling too full. Bloating occurs when the gastrointestinal (GI) tract is filled with air or gas, making your abdomen swollen. Unfortunately, it is also associated with pain, flatulence, and abdominal rumbling, which can affect your quality of life.

According to medical experts, the most common cause of abdominal bloating is gas and air that occur especially after eating certain foods or when you eat too fast. Gas is ‘deposited’ in the digestive tract when you swallow too much air, but there are other external factors that can lead to bloating as well, such as medical problems and certain foods.

For example, people who suffer from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) inflammatory bowel disease, heartburn, food intolerance, weight gain, premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and so on are more likely to experience abdominal bloating, as well as individuals who consume certain foods, such as fatty foods, high fiber foods and onions and so on. There are also some eating habits that can lead to bloating, such as swallowing too much air when eating or eating too fast, consuming more food than it is normal, smoking right after eating and opting for fruits after a large meal.

That being said, here are some easy ways that can help you reduce or eliminate abdominal bloating and discomfort. Read on to find out more info!

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

More from


More from


More from


More from


More from


Do Not Sell My Personal Information

Notwithstanding any other provision, we partner with third parties that collect information across various channels, including offline and online, for purposes of delivering more relevant advertising to you or your business.  Our partners may place or recognize a cookie on your computer, device, or directly in our emails/communications, and we may share personal information with them if you have submitted such information to us, such as your name, postal address, email address, or device ID.

Our partners may link the hashed or obfuscated personal information we share with them to the cookie stored on your browser or device, and they may collect information such as your IP address, browser or operating system type and version, and demographic or inferred-interest information.  Our partners use this information to recognize you across different channels and platforms, including but not limited to, computers, mobile devices, over time for advertising (including addressable TV), analytics, attribution, and reporting purposes.

For example, our partners may deliver an ad to you in your web browser based on a purchase you made in a physical retail store, or they may send a personalized marketing email to you based on the fact that you visited a particular website. Your data may be transferred outside of the country from which it was originally collected.

To learn more about interest-based advertising in general and to opt out, please visit To opt-out of the use of your mobile device ID for targeted advertising, please see