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Bloating in the abdomen may be quite painful and unpleasant. Not only does your stomach seem larger and your clothing doesn't fit properly, but you may also feel full while consuming only a small amount of food.
When it comes to health problems, your bad eating habits might sometimes be attributed to them. Bloating can be caused by not digesting your meal well, eating particular foods that are difficult for you to digest, eating when you are stressed, or consuming more calories than you need to maintain a healthy weight.
In order to combat this issue, Ayurveda suggests consuming light, warm, and freshly prepared foods... When you are anxious, it is also recommended that you avoid eating, according to ancient medicine. Mindful eating, in which you concentrate on each and every meal, is the most effective way to prevent bloating.
Dr. Dixa Bhavsar, an Ayurvedic physician, adds that eating quickly, eating even when you aren't hungry, and eating after 9 p.m. in the evening can all lead to bloating. Additionally, eating stressed out may have terrible consequences for your digestive system, and eating leftovers or stale food on a frequent basis can also cause digestive system problems.
Therefore, Dr. Bhavsar suggests that you consume warm, freshly prepared (if feasible), light, and easy-to-digest meals mindfully (not in a hurry, not while you're upset, and not too quickly).
She says that one should take out a set time to eat and involve all the senses in the eating and not just the tongue.
The expert also recommends the following remedies to prevent or treat bloating:
* Chew roasted fennel seeds post meals
* Drink mint water throughout the day
* Have cardamom water one-hour post meals
* Enjoy CCF (cumin, coriander, fennel) tea thrice a day before or after meals
* Swallow half a tsp of ajwain (carom seeds), rock salt, and a pinch of hing with warm water 45 minutes post meals
* Avoid drinking excessive water during or post meals
* Avoid late-night dinner and heavy meals
Those who suffer from chronic bloating due to poor gut health issues such as IBS, indigestion, constipation, gastric trouble, hormonal imbalance, obesity, insulin resistance, diabetes, and so on, are advised to consult with a medical professional and make necessary lifestyle modifications in terms of food intake, sleeping habits, physical activity, and stress management.
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