You Are Not Fat! Your Stomach Is Bloated And Here Is How To Get Rid Of It!






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Bloating is commonly associated with gas that accumulates in your digestive system, making your stomach bulge. This condition is normally accompanied with a feeling of fullness. Although it’s quite normal to feel full after a heavy meal, some people feel bloated all the time.

There are a number of factors that contribute to bloating. The most common include:


1# Not drinking enough water

Water is essential for proper body function, so it’s no wonder insufficient water intake triggers a number of health issues, including bloating. This normally happens when you drink coffee or alcohol and you water intake is very low. When drinking coffee or alcohol, you must also drink a minimum of 6-8 glasses of water a day too. So, if you drink coffee and alcohol, make sure you drink 6-8 glasses of water as well. If you don’t drink enough water, your organism starts using the liquids in your body. This means that fluid retention can also cause bloating. To prevent this, increase your daily water intake!


2# Constipation


Constipation is usually a sign that your diet lacks fiber. Constipation is closely linked to bloating as gasses remain locked in behind the feces and lead to bloating. Start by increasing your fiber intake a bit, but don’t go over the board with it as it can worsen the issue. Also, swap white bread with whole grain bread, drink a lot of smoothies and eat more berries.
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3# Too much stress

Even excessive stress can lead to bloating, according to a recent study. This happens as a result of the fact that stress also affects proper digestive function, and can trigger stomach ache and constipation as well. Try reducing your exposure to stress if you suffer from this condition.


4# Eating fast

Not chewing your food properly and long enough can lead to bloating too. Besides, taking small bites is also important.


5# Excessive carb intake


Too much sugar can also cause bloating. You can easily address this issue by cutting down carbs from your diet. You should also swap sugar and alcohol with vegetable and fruit.
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