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Why do I have more gas in my digestive tract?
You may have more gas in your digestive tract if you swallow more air or eat certain foods. Everyone swallows a small amount of air when eating and drinking. You swallow more air when you
Why do carbohydrates cause gas in the stomach?
Your stomach and small intestine don鈥檛 fully digest some of the carbohydrates鈥攕ugars, starches, and fiber鈥攊n the food you eat. Undigested carbohydrates will pass to your large intestine, which contains bacteria. These bacteria break down undigested carbohydrates and create gas in the process. What foods, drinks, or products cause gas?
Why do I have bloating and gas all the time?
Many people, particularly those with irritable bowel syndrome or anxiety, may have a greater sensitivity to abdominal symptoms and intestinal gas, rather than an excess amount. Nonetheless, bloating may be relieved by the behavioral changes that reduce belching, or the dietary changes that reduce flatus.
Where does gas come from in the stomach?
Gas that is found in the stomach can come from swallowing air (called aerophagia). Some air is naturally swallowed during talking and eating, but gulping drinks, chewing gum, or smoking can cause even more air to enter into the esophagus and potentially go down into the stomach.