Gas and Bloating Directory
Though gas and bloating can be painful, they are normal conditions that often occur during digestion. Certain foods and beverages may cause you to experience these more than others. Medical conditions such as lactose intolerance and medications may also cause gas and bloating. Besides adjusting your diet, some medications may also help treat gas and bloating. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how gas and bloating is caused, how to treat it, and much more.
Clear the Air: The Lowdown on Gas
Burping and farting. They are caused by gas, and gas is caused by a number of things, some within our control. WebMD explains.
Treating Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) With Constipation
Learn about medications, therapy, and changes in your diet that can relieve constipation from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
Why Am I Burping?
Burping is normal most of the time. But when might it be a problem?
How to Treat Bloating and Gas Caused by Chronic Constipation
Has chronic constipation left you gassy and bloated? Try these tricks to soothe the gas and bring down the bloat.
8 Embarrassing Sleep Secrets
WebMD article on what happens while we sleep. Learn about sleep behaviors from drooling to orgasms to sleepwalking.
The Truth About Gas
Many people don’t know much about intestinal gas, even though we all have it. It’s time to take the air out of some of the myths behind flatulence and belching.
That’s Embarrassing: Gas, Bloating, Belching
Gas can be uncomfortable and embarrassing, but you can squelch it by changing your diet.
Sensitive Stomachs: Secrets to Gas Control
Gas can often accompany diarrhea, making an uncomfortable situation even worse. Here’s how to make your GI tract behave better.
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Super Steps to Boost Digestive Health
Treat your body right with these simple tips for the best digestive health. See how to deal with diarrhea, gas, reflux, and more.
A Visual Guide to Irritable Bowel Syndrome
WebMD's overview covers IBS symptoms, causes, medicines, and trigger foods, as well as lifestyle tips for managing this disruptive, but common, irritable bowel condition.
Avoiding Problem Foods as You Age
Aging doesn’t mean a boring menu. See vegetables, meats, fruit and other foods that might give you issues as you age and better healthy options.
The Intestines (Human Anatomy): Picture, Function, Location, Parts, Definition, and Conditions
WebMD's Intestines Anatomy Page provides a detailed image and definition of the intestines. Learn about its parts, location in the body, function, and conditions that affect the intestines.