> Not Burping means that you are expose to serious health problems

Not Burping means that you are expose to serious health problems

 

Not Burping means that you are  expose to

serious health problems

 Inability to burp can cause many problems, burping keeps digestion healthy and helps in reducing stomach ailments.

According to the report, while burping reduces stomach ailments, frequent belching can also be a sign of a health problem. When you swallow your food, it passes through the esophagus into your stomach. There, your body uses acids, bacteria, and chemicals called enzymes to break it down into nutrients that can be used for energy.

If you drink something that has bubbles in it, like soda or beer, or swallow air with your food, those gases can come back up through your esophagus. Most of the time, this gas does not reach your stomach. Instead, it gets stuck in your esophagus.

 If you chew gum, smoke, eat too quickly, suck on hard candy, or have dental disease, you are more likely to swallow air and belch.A team from the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, which studied 199 adults with chronic disease, reports the center in an article in the journal Neurogastroenterology and Motility and the patients' quality of life.Most participants complained of flatulence, social awkwardness, excessive flatulence, and difficulty vomiting. Only half discussed their symptoms with their primary care physician, and 90 percent felt they did not receive adequate help.Participants also reported embarrassment, anxiety, depression, negative effects on relationships, and work disruption due to not belching.The team distributed a questionnaire to "r/noburp," a community of 26,000 people sharing information about R-CPD (failure to burp). Adults aged 18 to 89 years experiencing symptoms were invited to participate.Participants reported their experiences with the disorder and its impact on social life on a 4-point Likert scale.Among the 199 respondents, the mean age was 30.9, and gender identity was 74 percent female and 25 percent male. Almost everyone (99 percent) reported flatulence and inability to defecate (98 percent), some 93 percent making socially awkward noises, 89 percent excessive flatulence, and 55 percent difficulty vomiting. As mentioned earlier, only half discussed their symptoms, and 90 percent said they received adequate help from their doctors.

 On a scale of five, the average score for embarrassment was 3.4, anxiety, depression 3.1, work disruption due to their condition was 2.7 percent, and negative impact on relationships was also found.

Not Burping means that you are  expose to  serious health problems


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