Feeling Bloated? 5 Simple Tips to Reduce Bloating Quickly And Naturally

Bloating can be very frustrating, especially when your clothes don’t match the way they are intended! The last thing you want to have in your mind is your digestive symptoms. But in those moments, your mind may feel the same thing. It is helpful to know why you are inflamed in the first place – this is the lack of movement inside and out of your body! The digestive tract is full of gases and is a completely natural process. When the stomach is filled with overeating, these gases get trapped and it causes air, cramps, bloating and bloating.Also Read – Melon Benefits: 7 Reasons to Include Tarbuzz in Your Summer Diet

But whatever you eat, your stomach is inflamed and it is unlikely to be a food problem! You need to get to the root cause of why you are always swollen. Focus on the root cause, not the symptom. Read also – Video of Weight Loss: Foods to Help You Lose Weight – From Sea to Dahi – Watch

Here are some tips and tips from nutritionist and chef Ishti Saluja to help combat bloating and find relief from your digestive symptoms: Also Read – Weight Loss Tips: Are Rice Calorie-Dense or Low-Calorie? 5 things you need to know

  1. Yoga sitting on a chair: (pawanmuktasana): When sitting on a chair, keep your back straight. Bring one knee to your chest and hold it for a few seconds. Repeat with the other knee. Do this about 5 times. It speeds up peristalsis and releases extra air into your digestive tract. You can do this by lying on the floor, but it can be more helpful for those who work all day.
  2. Go for a walk: At home or even better – outside! A short walk of about 30 minutes after a meal can help reduce bloating.
  3. Ginger: Chew a piece of ginger as you swell. It helps to release certain digestive enzymes, which helps break down food faster, ease bloating, cramps and heartburn.
  4. Abdominal Pressure Massage: When standing, place your hands flat against your stomach (fingers in front, thumb in back). Breathe in to dilate the abdomen, at the same time as trying to prevent the hands from pressing against it. Quickly move your hands up and down when you press. This is most effective when you apply pressure and release suddenly. Do this for about 3 minutes.
  5. Put a little souffl (fennel) on hand: In antibacterial, antifungal and anti-inflammatory nature, saffron helps in the proper fermentation of bacteria in the gut, thus relieving symptoms such as bloating. You can chew it, or serve it as tea, or toast some fennel seeds and sprinkle on your food.

To reduce bloating, pay attention to how you eat your meals. Slow down, chew well and make sure you don’t get distracted when you eat. Control your stress levels. Eating while you are under stress increases cortisol (stress hormone) levels. The body then redirects blood flow from the intestine to other parts of the body, reducing stress, slowing down the entire digestion process, and causing discomfort.

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