Excessive Gas and Stomach Bloat Defined

Filed Under: Digestive Health, Gas and Bloating
Last Reviewed 09/23/2015

Excessive Gas and Stomach Bloat Defined

Learn about the problems caused by excessive gas in the digestive system

There are several ways that gases enter our digestive system. For instance, air, which is a gas, can be swallowed while eating. Other gases are naturally produced in the gastrointestinal tract. But when such gases become excessive, you are likely to feel uncomfortably full or bloated and experience episodes of extreme belching and flatulence in an effort to get rid of the gas.

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