What To Do If You're Living
With Excessive Intestinal Gas

Are you living with excessive intestinal gas?  If you answered yes, you are not alone.  The process of eliminating intestinal gas from your digestive system is very common.  Experts estimate that the average adult passes gas about 10 times per day.  

However, problems arise for those of us with excessive intestinal gas -- defined as occurring more than twice what the average adult would experience in a 24 hour period, approximately 20 times per day.

For most people, the flatulence that is produced is mostly odorless.  

But for others the results of passing gas can be unpleasant to the senses because of the extremely strong order.  

Furthermore, the effects of farting or passing gas can be extremely embarrassing and very discomforting.

How many times have you been the object of someone else’s fart joke because of your unpleasant order?  

Or how many times have you avoided social functions due to a fear of passing gas or belching in the presence of others?

For someone living with excessive gas, the obvious question is what causes this extreme condition?  It could be a caused by a combination of several factors including:

What Causes Excessive GAS?

  • Use of antibiotics
  • Lactose intolerance
  • Too much bacteria in the colon
  • Eating foods that are difficult to digest
  • Swallowing too much air when you eat or drink

Excessive Intestinal Gas Related Reading

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Home Remedy for Gas
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Living with Excessive Intestinal Gas
You have excessive gas. Now What? Here are some action steps you can take to relieve your flatulence.

Remember, although flatulence is unavoidable, it can be contained.

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