Stomach gass: Dr. Juan Arenas explains why they are produced and how to treat them

 

 

 


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Stomach gases - or meteorisms - affect almost 20% of the general population, and are often more frequent in women than in men. “When diet changes do not work, it is very important to investigate the causes, as there are treatments to solve the problem,” explains the specialist in Digestive Polyclinic Apparatus Gipuzkoa, Juan Arenas

The accumulation of air in the stomach is a disease that can make it difficult day by day. It is one of the most common digestive pathologies, affecting almost 20% of the general population, and which are often more frequent in women than in men.

 

In medical terms, this pathology is known as Weather. “Meteorism is the gas cluster at the intestinal level, which is usually something physiological. We can differentiate it in aerophagia, which is when we swallow air (with food, saliva or when we chew gum) or flatulences, which is when gas is eliminated by the anus”, explains Dr. Juan Ignacio Arenas, specialist of the Digestive Apparate Unit Gipuzkoa.

This is a problem that is very annoying, causing swelling or abdominal pain, but it doesn't have to be something serious. In Dr's words. Arenas, “The meteorism itself does not have to be painful. But it can give problems when the gas accumulation is excessive or when there is hypersensitivity in the intestinal mucosa.” It is therefore essential to know their origin and habits that should be improved to reduce their recurrence.

“It is very important to identify the cause of that gas cluster. If we consider it something physiological, with changes in eating habits is usually enough, since there are foods that produce more gases than others. We must also ensure that we do not have food intolerances,” explains the specialist. Trucos y guías de videojuegos

But there is another factor to take into account that it is the intestinal flora, since depending on its regulation we accumulate a greater or lesser amount of gases. “When diet changes do not work, it is very important to investigate the causes, as there are treatments to solve the problem,” concludes the specialist in Digestive Aparato, Juan Arenas.

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Stomach gass: Dr. Juan Arenas explains why they are produced and how to treat them

Stomach gass: Dr. Juan Arenas explains why they are produced and how to treat them

Stomach gases - or meteorisms - affect almost 20% of the general population, and are often more frequent in women than in men. “When diet changes do not work

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2023-04-11

 

Stomach gass: Dr. Juan Arenas explains why they are produced and how to treat them
Stomach gass: Dr. Juan Arenas explains why they are produced and how to treat them

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